Living a Life of Fire by Reinhard Bonnke
An Autobiography

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644 pages telling the amazing life of Reinhard Bonnke, one of the most fascinating Christian leaders of our times. Full color, fold-out, photos spanning the life and ministry of Reinhard Bonnke. A captivating read filled with powerfully moving stories about men and woman saved, delivered, and literally rescued from certain death. Documents the astounding number of salvations, over 52 million in the last decade alone, through the ministry of Reinhard Bonnke An intriguing examination on the doctrine of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and Bonnke s practical application - his life of fire.

About Reinhard Bonnke

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The son of a pastor, Reinhard pastored a church for two years and then started missionary work in Africa in the early 1980s. He began holding meetings in a tent that accommodated just 800 people, but as attendance steadily increased, larger and larger tents had to be purchased, until finally, in 1984, he commissioned the construction of the world's largest mobile structure a tent capable of seating 34,000 people! Soon, attendance at his meetings exceeded 150,000 people per service! Since then he has conducted city-wide meetings across the continent with as many as 1,600,000 people attending a single meeting using towering sound systems that can be heard for miles. Bonnke founded the international ministry of Christ for All Nations (CfAN), which currently has offices in the United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Nigeria, South Africa, Singapore, Australia, and Hong Kong. Since the start of the new millennium, the ministry has recorded 55 million documented decisions for Jesus.
Published October 1, 2009 by E-R Productions, LLC. 660 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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