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Donald Cline

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Donald Cline, USCG, “is the pastor of the Olde Tyme Baptist Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in which he and his wife are very involved. Cline spent forty years serving in lay positions in Baptist Churches as janitor, Sunday school teacher, Sunday school superintendent, song leader, choir director, elder, deacon, associate pastor and co-pastor. Ordained in 2009, Cline was called to be the senior pastor at the Olde Tyme Baptist Church in September 2011. In his lifetime, Cline also served for ten years in the U.S. Coast Guard in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War and has traveled to many places around the world for his various business positions. He has two children and three grandchildren.”  Donald Cline is the author of Faithwalkers: A Step-By-Step Guide to Pleasing God through Faith.

According to the book description of Faithwalkers: A Step-By-Step Guide to Pleasing God through Faith, “Put faith into action and you will experience positive change in your life. This is the notion made by born-again Christian Donald Cline in his new book, Faithwalkers: A Step-By-Step Guide to Pleasing God through Faith. “God placed great men and women in my life who taught me what the Bible says about faith and believing that through Christ we truly can do all things,” says Cline, currently a pastor of a Baptist church in Calgary. “I became confident in who I was and what I could accomplish.” Cline was overweight as a child and stuttered with a lisp, which caused him to be very shy and insecure growing up. Through his involvement in the Church and the Christian faith, Cline was given leadership opportunities and gained the confidence he needed to be successful both in the business world and in life.

Cline’s book, Faithwalkers, encourages readers to step out of their comfort zone and put faith in God, because that is when they grow the most in faith and in life. Written in plain, simple language, the messages in Cline’s book appeal to both Christians and non-Christians: faith is an action rather than a belief, and genuine faith allows you to accomplish anything you put your mind to. “Without my great faith in God, I would still be in a very dark place,” Cline says. “But through the power of God in my life, and having faith in His ability to bring me through, I am achieving things I could never consider.”

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