Too few Christians are aware that they are in a fight to the death! Mack explores the seriousness of sin and where it will lead us. He also shows the necessity of fighting against it and presents a biblical method of killing the sin within us.
Wayne Mack lives in Pretoria, South Africa, where he serves as a pastor-elder with his son-in-law and teaches biblical counseling at Strengthening Ministries Training Institute to pastors and aspiring pastors in the region. He also spends about six weeks in the USA teaching at various churches. He and his wife, Carol, have four adult children and numerous grandchildren.
Joshua Mack (MA in biblical counseling, The Master's College; MDiv, The Master's Seminary; DMin, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is pastor-teacher of Living Hope Church in Pretoria, South Africa, and executive director of 1Hope Ministries International. He and his wife Marda have five daughters as well as two boys and one girl in permanent foster care. He is the co-author of Courageand God's Solution to Life's Problems.
“With the exegetical precision of John Owen and the practical animation of John Bunyan, Wayne Mack and Joshua Mack make one of the most neglected and misunderstood doctrines today— the mortification of sin—accessible and livable. No pastor, church leader, or member can afford to ignore this title!” — Jerry Marcellino, Pastor and moderator of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals (FIRE)
“Sin is not a popular subject, but just as a cancer patient needs to learn about his disease, every sinner needs to understand the seriousness of his condition and its cure. The Macks’ treatment of sin is thorough, biblical, and practical.” — James Newheiser, Pastor, Grace Bible Church, Escondido, CA
“A Fight to the Death is well written, practical, and above all, biblical. The Macks do not want you to become spiritual road kill. Buy it, use it, and you will, by God’s grace, defeat the unholy trinity of the world, the flesh, and the devil. The right read about an eternally important choice.” — George C. Scipione, Director of the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship