This is the captivating narrative of a young couple's ministerial journey of proclaiming the Gospel and pioneering underground churches despite hostile circumstances prevailed in the Middle-East. The story begins with their wedding in India and then shifts to the heart of the Middle East where their lives are at stake as they minister clandestinely to potential and new converts and Christians thirsting for the Word of God thus ushering in a stealth revival. This story offers an encouraging glance at the work Christ is accomplishing throughout the Middle-East, thus calling for a reformation of modern American evangelism and missional methods.
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Ajai Prakash is a third generation Christian who was born in Delhi and raised in North India where Hinduism is predominant and persecution of Christians is inevitable. He was known as the "Masihi mullah" (Christian priest) amongst Muslim colleagues and nicknamed as "road king" and "little pastor" by the underground church in the Middle East. Both he and his wife Maureena put their lives on the line by serving as tentmakers for 14 years pioneering and planting underground churches, proselyting and ministering clandestinely to thirsting souls in the Middle East. Simultaneously, he served the Middle East government by teaching English as a second language to Arabs. He is articulate in six languages and also has a special affinity for biblical Hebrew. Currently, he is the Senior Pastor of The Well [earlier known as Valley Church] in the corridor region of Iowa. He earned a Masters in Divinity from Gordon-Conwell, MA, and a Masters in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Punjabi University, Punjab, India. He moves in a strong worshipful anointing, preaching interactively, and ministering to souls with the profound gifts of the Holy Spirit. With more than two decades of ministry behind them, Ajai and Maureena have a passion for spiritual awakening, renewal, revival, missions and outreach, soul winning, church planting, and re-evangelizing the American church. Every Sunday his sermons are aired by KSKB 99.1 FM and the worship service is telecast on the local cable network of NLTV in Iowa. The Solon Economist and North Liberty Leader did a full-page article on him on September 30, 2009.
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Book Description Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111627469982