Loving on the Edge has had rave reviews from christians and churches around the world as well as from people who simply love a good story. The book explores what happens when the pastor's daughter of a large, predominantly black church in Manchester, England, falls in love with a non-christian. What happens when the person that she falls for is white? How will the church react? What are the rules for this situation and how should it be handled? How is racial prejudice dealt with on both sides? What will the Pastor do? This intriguing story of "Loving on the edge" takes place in a 5000 strong Pentecostal church in the UK and causes a storm that blows through the entire congregation and brings it to the brink of disaster. Set in 2007, this love story, filled with romance and controversy, is based on real life issues that face many churches today. Written by Ewan Denny, the author of the highly acclaimed The Marketing of Jesus Christ, Loving on the Edge shows how single christians can be caught up in unfortunate situations and how the lack of counselling for singles can lead to major problems for the individuals concerned, and for churches.