Meet Eric Wright
Eric is a retired missionary, pastor, author and seminary professor. He and his wife Mary Helen served in Pakistan for 18 years, at Long Branch Baptist Church in Toronto for 9 years followed by various part-time interim pastorates combined with part-time writing. He served as professor of missions at Toronto Baptist Seminary for some time. Nine of his books have been published.
He is available to speak to churches on a variety of topics, especially those related to his books: missions, forgiveness, and spiritual gifts. He is also available to give readings on his suspense novels, or lead workshops on writing.
· Strange Fire? (EP)
Analyzing the Toronto Blessing and the Vineyard movement. Available from author only
· Church--No Spectator Sport (EP)
How to discover and develop your spiritual gifts $10
· Revolutionary Forgiveness (EP)
Study guide on sorting through the multitude of questions about forgiveness. $8
· Through A Country Window (Essence)
How a farm girl from SC and a city boy from Toronto discovered a country idyll; a celebration of country life. $18
· Down A Country Road (Day One)
52 inspirational readings from out where the sky springs free. $13
· A Practical Theology of Missions (Day One)
A comprehensive analysis of the theology and practice of missions today with many examples. $20
· Josh Radley Suspense Novels (Winner of Word Guild Awards)
#1 The Lightning File (Hidden Brook Press)
Terrorists target America from Canadian soil while journalist struggles with his faith and marriage. $18
#2 Captives of Minara (Word Alive)
A modern slave trader and a lost city in Pakistan. Much info on Pakistan today. $18
· Riptide: Purchase price $18
-Barnes and Noble
-The author's website
-Books may be purchased through the Fellowship via email or phoning: 519-821-4830 Ext. 227.
-Through a Country Window,
-Church--No Spectator Sport,
-The Lightning File & Captives of Minara
-Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Apple, Kobo and Smashwords.com
Prices if purchased from Fellowship:
As noted above, plus shipping.