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Synopsis: D.L Moody, an untrained, unordained layman has been called the most famous clergyman of the nineteenth century. Credited with establishing three schools, including the Moody Bible Institute, a church, and a publishing house, his impact reaches into the twenty-first century. George and Donald Sweeting have taken sections from Moody's life and shown what we can learn from this great man of God.
About the Author:
DONALD SWEETING is currently the president of Reformed Theological Seminary-Orlando and James Woodrow Hassell professor of church history. He earned a Ph.D. degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and has 22 years of experience pastoring two churches. He has authored Acts of God and Lessons from the Life of Moody. He and his wife, Christina, have four children. Don blogs regularly donsweeting.wordpress.com.
DR. GEORGE SWEETING is a former president and chancellor of the Moody Bible Institute He received a diploma from Moody Bible Institute, his B.A. from Gordon College, and his Doctor of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Sweeting has served as a pastor in several churches, including Grace Church, Madison Avenue Baptist Church, and The Moody Church and also spent nine years traveling the world as an evangelist.Dr. Sweeting has written numerous books, including The Joys of Successful Aging, Too Soon to Quit, Lessons from the Life of Moody, and Don't Doubt in the Dark. He is the host of the radio program Climbing Higher and a former columnist for Moody Magazine.
Title: Lessons From the Life of Moody
Publisher: Moody Publishers
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