The Call of Jesus: finding the person of peace

Torben Søndergaard (Author) Jason Donelle (Cover Design by)
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Price
$21.98  $20.22
Publisher
Laurus Books
Publish Date
March 17, 2020
Pages
316
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.66 inches | 0.93 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781952484001

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About the Author

Torben Søndergaard lives in Denmark with his wife, Lene, and their three children. Torben grew up in a non-Christian family. On April 5, 1995, after attending a church service with a friend, he turned to God and had a strong, personal encounter with Jesus that totally changed his life. Five years later, from a Scripture in the Bible and in a sort of desperation after more of God, Torben started on a 40-day fast that transformed many things in his life. His eyes were more open to God's Word and what the gospel is about. He began to understand how lukewarm and far away from the truth Christians had become. He saw that God had called him to speak His Word without compromise. Torben has seen many people saved, healed, and set free from demons. He has written seven books and is the founder of the mission organization, The Last Reformation. He is known for having a direct approach to the Bible and for his personal life with God. Many know him from national Danish TV, where he has appeared many times, or they know him from his videos on YouTube.com. You can read more on his website: www.TheLastReformation.com
Nancy E. Williams began her professional career in 1980 when she opened a commercial graphics and design studio in Atlanta, Georgia. During that time, Nancy landed a contract to edit and produce Christian books. She knew she had found her niche. After closing the graphics company over a decade later, Nancy continued to work as a freelance book -editor and web developer. With a heart for helping people, she saw authors struggling to find the right resources for publishing their books. Some of them made unwise decisions, and others fell prey to unscrupulous vendors. She knew she had knowledge and -experience that could help guide them. In 2009, she opened The Laurus Company, Inc., a full-service publishing corporation. The company has grown and expanded to an international market. Nancy has also served in city government, having been elected to two terms on the board of aldermen in her small Texas town before filling the offices of mayor and municipal judge. She has been very active in church, serving as Secretary/Treasurer in one church and office manager in another. Nancy is now an ordained minister. She raised four successful children and now takes delight in watching her grandchildren grow into responsible adults.