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Vendor: New Leaf Publishing
Publication Date: 2003
For sheer entertainment, he was hard to beat. The Man of a Thousand Stories and the quick smile also stored up spiritual power form the Lord, and the result of all these characteristics was that Lester Sumrall worked to advance the gospel for a staggering 65 years. A leader.
This giant of Pentecostal circles never saw himself that way, preferring to steamroll through projects God had for him. From his hilarious beginnings as a teenage preacher staring at a roomful of bemused farmers, to his final work as director of global food outreach, Sumrall lived with no regrets.
This look back at his life is by turns funny, poignant, and inspiring. In this day of denominational partnership, which Sumrall would no doubt have loved, Christians of all backgrounds will enjoy the passion and power of a most remarkable life.
Sumrall passed away in 1996, but not before preparing the ministry for that event. He worked to the last to feed the souls and bodies, the passions of his extraordinary life.
I daily realize that I cannot fill my father's shoes, bit I find myself walking in his footsteps - sharing his love for the lost, pasturing the church he founded, leading the areas of ministry that God first entrusted him, and believing and trusting God to direct us and give us strength to complete all that He has called us to do. Let me encourage you to "arise" and continue to trust Him.
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Lester Sumrall was an ordained minister and established the Lester Sumrall Evangelistic Association (LeSEA). In 1968 he founded LeSEA Broadcasting's flagship station, WHME-TV Harvest 103.1 FM. Sumrall has been called the "father of Christian television". He secured the first license for 24-hour Christian television from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and launched WHMB Christian Television in Noblesville, Indiana in 1973.
billy5 Stars Out Of 5February 12, 2009billythis is a great book about a truly great servant of God.its 5 plus stars.