Become Reacquainted with Methodism's Founder in Xulon Title

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Author details John Wesley's sermons on angels--both good and evil

Years ago, Xulon Press author Don R. Harper had a very unusual experience at a Methodist revival when his feet automatically tried to carry him down to the altar to call for an all-night prayer vigil at the pastor's request. He refused to go and ran from this experience for many years until being born again at another Methodist lay renewal meeting years later. Now, in Methodism's Founder John Wesley Believed in Angels (Both Good & Evil) and so Do I! ($15.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-301-9) the author attempts to reacquaint Methodists with their founder and some of his teachings.

"He had many sermons on angels--both good and evil--and the roles they play in our lives from the cradle to the grave," Harper says. " They are as current as today's TV shows and even more exciting."

A former lay speaker for the Methodist church, Harper has written this book as a call for prayer warriors to begin praying for an Ark-La-Tex spiritual awakening titled "The Jesus-X-Plosion," set for July 4, 2011. Additionally, he hopes this book--and its spiritual awakening--will help readers to stop practicing occultic activities for fear of losing heaven as their eternal resting place.

Don R. Harper has been married to his wife, Dorothy, for more than 60 years. He has had many careers, including a newspaper advertiser, bank marketing vice-president, racquet club owner/operator, and public relations director of the development office for East Texas Baptist University--where he retired in 1996.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 7,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Methodism's Founder John Wesley Believed in Angels through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Methodism's Founder John Wesley Believed in Angels is available online through,, and

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