God Of Our Fathers by Kesean Joseph
God of Our Fathers: Skinner, Washington and Mosley: A Legacy of Signs, Miracles and Wonders
Contributor(s): Joseph, Kesean (Author) , Walker, Hezekiah (Foreword by)Did you know...
Arturo Skinner hosted a mass Deliverance Crusade at Madison Square Garden for four days where thousands attended.
Johnnie Washington got his 3,500 seater church for $1.
Brian Mosley anointed and prophesied to the current King of Swaziland when he was only a teenager.
God of our Fathers is a book that chronicles the history of three men of God who most heavily influenced the Black church's approach to spiritual gifts, specifically in the urban context.
Apostle Arturo Skinner was called the "black Oral Roberts" for introducing gifts of healing and deliverance to the Black community consistently.
Johnnie Washington merged his impactful ministry of evangelism with his Pastoral ability to create one of the first "megachurches" of its time. Where he continued to preach an unflinching word and flow in healing and miracles.
Brian J. Mosley is considered the forerunner of prophetic ministry innovating a genre that influenced the prophetic for generations to come. Hosting powerful services from tents in Newark to Cathedrals in New England. He continues to minister to the Body of Christ to this day.
This book includes:
Apostle Skinner's Last "Deliverance Voice" Magazine (1975)
Apostle Washington's First "Cry Aloud" Magazine (1979)
Rare photos of Prophet Mosley's early revival meetings
0.29" H x 9.0" L x 8.5" W (0.59 lbs) 134 pages