Lee Button


Lee Button was born in Phoenixville, Pa. His dad was a Pastor there. Most of his schooling was in Berwick, PA, the home of Wise Potato Chips and location of one of the oldest running races in America, the Berwick Marathon.
He played basketball for and graduated from Washington Bible College and later, Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, MD. A faculty position at Washington Bible was his first full-time job where he remained for 4 years, teaching adult education classes and serving as the Athletic Director. In that capacity he also coached men's soccer and basketball.
While at the college he met and eventually married Connie Hughes. They have been married for 38 years and have 6 children, three boys and three girls. Four are married and have provided 10 grandchildren.
Next stop was Wolfeboro, New Hampshire as Pastor of Wolfeboro Bible Fellowship. There began a more intense study of the Bible and 16 years of service. Coaching soccer and basketball continued as the children grew. During his years here he earned his Doctorate of Ministry degree from Dallas Theological Seminary.
Lee enjoys reading, answering theological and biblical questions, basketball, carpentry. He has had discussions in public High School on church and cultural issues and testified in the General Court of NH. He writes curricula and teaches classes on the US Constitution as the Vice-Chairman of the National Center for Constitutional Studies (www.nhccs.org)
His next book discusses evangelicals and political activity.

Where to find Lee Button online


God Doesn't Want Your Religion
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 43,330. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Biblical Studies / Jesus, the Gospels & Acts, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Biblical Commentary / New Testament
What does God think about religion? Jesus consistently preached against religious practices and challenged religious teachers. He taught that doing good deeds to gain God’s approval was wrong and may actually hinder us in the pursuit of God. If God doesn't want religion how can you please Him? This book shows how the Beatitudes help make one sure he/she is pleasing God and prepared for heaven.

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