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Cities of Refuge by John M. McVey

Cities of Refuge

by John M. McVey

Pages: 292

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • RELIGION - Christian Ministry - General
  • HISTORY - Jewish

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498408639

Price : $16.99

This book is about the six ancient Israeli cities of refuge and how Christian Heritage Church of Amarillo, Texas has incorporated and implemented their message of a place of refuge for the fugitive manslayer from the avenger of blood into it’s ministry to “the least of these”, the overlooked, the forgotten, the neglected, the homeless, children, veterans, bikers, addicts, the incarcerated, the sick, and the hurting and helped them to find deliverance.
Golan – deliverance from unforgiveness
Kedesh – deliverance from family life patterns
Hebron – deliverance from defeatism
Shechem – deliverance from shame
Bezer – deliverance from insecurity
Ramoth – deliverance from addictions
It is the story of how God has used the obedience and persistence of this one small church to develop not only a local, but also a national and an international impact.

The author, John McVey, is a retired US Army veteran, graduate of New Mexico Military Institute and Liberty University, founder and former CEO of Cornplanter Communications.  Born and raised in Pennsylvania, he currently resides in Texas.  He is the father of four grown children and also a proud grandfather.  His goal is, “that I may know Him, and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being made conformable unto His death (Philippians 3:10).”

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