The Apostle's Heart is an in- depth look at the Book of Romans which is considered by many Bible scholars to be the "Magna Carta" of our faith. If there is one book that should be part of our survival gear for the coming times, Romans is it. In the day of the "prosperity and life enhancement gospel" the Church needs to return to it's roots of the doctrines of the apostles. If the Church is to survive and be a strong influence in our world we must absorb the foundational teachings of our spiritual forefathers: Repentance, Justification, and Liberation from sin. Words that are, unfortunately foreign to much of the Church today. This humble treatise on Romans attempts to capture the innermost feelings of the writer, the Apostle Paul, toward his beloved church. Although Romans was written about 56 AD I believe it reflects the yearning heart of our Heavenly Father today. The heart that pleads: " Return to My Word." Over the past 30 years Dr. Huba has been a pastor, the president of a Bible School, and a marriage and family counselor. He is currently Director of Counseling at Crossroads Counseling Center in Clermont, Florida. Dr. Huba and his wife Brenda have 7 children,3 of which reside with them in Mineola, Florida.His passion is to bring health to the Body of Christ through sound Biblical teaching.