Sixty Years of Global Ministry Presented in New Book

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Author and missionary evangelist John Abraham shares world travel experiences

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This book was written to commit to paper the spectacular and inspiring events I have witnessed for the past 25 years.

From Russia and Africa to Eastern Europe and Asia, John Abraham has seen the world, including some of its most desolate and desperate places.

A minister of 60 years, he has also witnessed what he considers a gradual change within the Pentecostal circle in the Western culture by contrast with many other countries. His book “Living in the Supernatural Dimension” (published by WestBow Press) expands on this idea and documents his experiences working through God with people all over the world.

Generated from real-life stories and his own religious encounters, “Living in the Supernatural Dimension” provides insight into ministry and encourages readers to seek a pure and meaningful purpose in their lives. Abraham details the effects and responses from his mission trips around the world with each chapter in his book.

“This book was written to commit to paper the spectacular and inspiring events I have witnessed for the past 25 years,” says Abraham.

Parallel to his goals as a global minister, Abraham hopes his book will help others to seek an enriched and motivated life.

“Living in the Supernatural Dimension”
By John Abraham
ISBN: 978-1-4497-3968-3
Paperback: $22.95
eBook: $3.99
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com

About the author:
John Abraham is a global minister and missionary evangelist of 60 years. He was ordained at age 21, upon his graduation from Eston College. At age 48, he moved from Western ministry into third world mission, living in a number of countries. He and his wife Shirley are an active part of the Pentecostal church.

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