The Last Church---A Handbook for the Remnant

All about the Christian remnant and the building of the last days church. Why it is needed----and why it is hidden. Helps the Christian family get ready for the end times both physically and spiritually. Answers all the questions for the disenfranchised Christian who has had to walk away from the organized churches. Provides hope for the future. More

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About John Fitzpatrick

About the author

Retired as a senior officer, after 20 years of service, with Navy Intelligence, John (really known as Jack---actually Montana Jack), after several years of self-destruction, managed to turn around and find the Lord in, of all places, the Catholic Church Charismatic Renewal. After reading, just a part of the Bible, he fled for higher ground in the local Assembly of God church. He found a wonderful and patient wife and friend in Eileen, another refugee from the Catholic Church. Together, they share 15 children, 39 grandchildren and 12 (+/-) great grandkids.

A year later, they began a journey of discovery and learning that started with preaching the Gospel in the streets of Missoula, Montana.
Traveling across the country to Florida, they found a small little group in St. Petersburg that taught all the deep treasures of the Bible and insisted that everyone try to live up to them. After spending six years learning and teaching at the Christian Service Center, they left for places unknown. The journey of exploration and discovery continued as they traveled from place to place all over the country---visiting over 100 (mostly full Gospel/Pentecostal) churches.

They met truly “sold out for Jesus” Christians everywhere----except in the churches. Slowly the realization came that Jesus had left the churches. But the churches, and those in them, never noticed. The quest for the answers was eventually successful but is not yet completed.

This sharing book is the product of over 30 years of searching, thousands upon thousands of hours of studying and reading. Add to that, untold hours understanding the importance of the Holy Spirit and then being schooled in all the things about God and His glorious kingdom.

Oh yes, “Montana Jack” was a name years in the making accorded to me by my wonderful brothers in song as we shared 50 years of ringing chords in the barbershop harmony style and as they followed me in my travels.

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