Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Meet SE GREGG on the John 316 Marketing Network summer tour

Book: The Christian Olympics: Going for the Gold Crowns, the unveiling of the Bible's comparison of the Christian race to the Olympic Games, is the spin-off from the newspaper article titled "The Christian Olympics are still going on!" written by the author. Today more than ever Christians are discouraged in their walk with God because of the multitudes of personal problems, suffering, and worldly events that have occurred. Some have given up, lost hope in their faith, and/or don't feel that living holy lives matters anymore. The Christian Olympics will stir up Christians, igniting their spiritual fires to look forward to what is ahead. When Christians see themselves as players in an Olympic game, it gives them a new understanding and exhilaration for the Christian life, as spiritual athletes. Readers will actually visualize themselves in a spiritual athletic competition which has never been done before in a Christian book.

Bio: A marathon runner in the Christian Olympics for several decades, S. E. Gregg is a Bible school graduate and the founder of Sound Doctrine Christian Ministries. An award winning author, gifted Bible teacher and Bible curriculum writer, Gregg has authored the best-selling books,"Evangelism Counseling- How to Counsel People About Salvation," "The Christian Olympics-Going for the Gold Crowns," and the salvation tract,"God Became A Man." The salvation tract has been translated into the Burmese language and over 100,000 have been printed.

Gregg lives in the Philadelphia, PA area.

Blog: The Christian Olympic blog is a list of articles about worldly events that are happening along with sports and how they relate to the Christian marathon.


  1. Good morning everyone.
    I am so glad to be here.
    Have you ever imagined yourself in a marathon,jumping over hurdles,boxing?
    You may not realize this but you do this everyday.How you may say? You are doing it spiritually.As Christians we are in a spiritual marathon.What was the hardest thing that you had to go through as a Christian?

  2. Hi S.E. ~ you're exactly right about that's what we do everyday ~ just somedays I feel it more than others! ;) Oftentimes discouragement runs high in the marathon ~ thank you for sharing your thoughts and encouragements!

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  4. God bless you Amanda for your comments.
    Yes, discouragement does run high in the marathon.But we have to be like the Olympians, keep running until we reach the Finish Line.Imagine how discouraged the last runners feel in a marathon knowing that they did not win any medals,but yet they keep running until they reach the finish line.But in the Christian Olympics all finishers will receive crowns of gold