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Hinn was born in Jaffa, in 1952, in the then newly established state of Israel[1] to parents born in Palestine with Greek, Palestinian and Armenian heritage.[4] He was raised within the Eastern Orthodox tradition.[5] Soon after the 1967 Arab–Israeli War (”The Six-Day War”), Hinn’s family emigrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he attended the Georges Vanier Secondary School. He did not graduate. In his books, Hinn states that his father was the mayor of Jaffa at the time of his birth and that he was socially isolated as a child and was handicapped by a severe stutter, but that he was nonetheless a first-class student.[6] These claims, however, have been disputed by critics of Hinn.[7] As a teenager in Toronto, Hinn converted from Greek Orthodoxy to Pentecostalism, eventually joining a singing troupe made up of young evangelicals. According to a 2004 CBC report on Hinn, his newfound religious devotion during this period became so intense that his family became concerned that he was turning into a religious fanatic. Hinn was taught the Bible and mentored by Dr. Winston I. Nunes of Broadview Faith Temple in Toronto.[8] He has written that on 21 December 1973, he traveled by charter bus from Toronto to Pittsburgh to attend a ”miracle service” conducted by evangelist Kathryn Kuhlman. Although he never met her personally, he often attended her ”healing services” and has often cited her as an influence in his life.[6] On moving to the United States, Hinn traveled to Orlando, Florida, where he founded the Orlando Christian Center in 1983. Eventually, Hinn began claiming that God was using him as a conduit for healings, and began holding healing services in his church. These new ”Miracle Crusades” were soon held at large stadiums and auditoriums across the United States and the world, the first nationally televised service being held in Flint, Michigan, in 1989. During the early 1990s, Hinn launched a new daily talk show called This Is Your Day, which to this day airs clips of supposed miracles from Hinn’s Miracle Crusades. The program premiered on the Trinity Broadcasting Network of Paul Crouch, who would become one of Hinn’s most outspoken defenders and allies. Hinn’s ministry began to rapidly grow from there, winning praise as well as criticism from fellow Christian leaders. In 1999, he stepped down as pastor of the Orlando Christian Center, moving his ministry’s administrative headquarters to Grapevine, Texas, a suburb of Fort Worth, while hosting This Is Your Day from a television studio in Orange County, California, where he now lives with his family. His former church was renamed Faith World Church under the leadership of Clint Brown, who merged his Orlando church with Hinn’s. Hinn was born in Jaffa, in 1952, in the then newly established state of Israel[1] to parents born in...
Bob Jones University (BJU) is a private non-denominational Protestant university in Greenville, South Carolina, known for its conservative cultural and religious positions.

It has approximately 2,800 students, and is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools. In 2008, the university estimated the number of its graduates at 35,000. The university's athletic teams compete in Division I of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) and are collectively known as the Bruins.Bob Jones University (BJU) is a private non-denominational Protestant university in Greenvil...
Bruce Wilkinson is a Christian teacher and author. He was born (circa 1940) in New Jersey and graduated from Northeastern Bible College (B.A. and Th. B.), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th. M.) and Western Conservative Baptist Seminary (D.D.).

He served as a college professor at Multnomah School of the Bible in Portland, Oregon, until resigning to launch Walk Thru the Bible in June 1976. He is best known for his best-selling (and, in some circles, highly controversial) book The Prayer of Jabez in 2000.Bruce Wilkinson is a Christian teacher and author. He was born (circa 1940) in New Jersey an...
Charles Caldwell Ryrie (March 2, 1925 – February 16, 2016) was an American writer and Christian theologian who served as professor of systematic theology and dean of doctoral studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and as president and professor at what is now Cairn University.

He was the editor of The Ryrie Study Bible by Moody Publishers, containing more than 10,000 of Ryrie's explanatory notes. First published in 1978, it has sold more than 2 million copies.[1] He was a notable advocate of classic premillennial dispensationalism.Charles Caldwell Ryrie (March 2, 1925 – February 16, 2016) was an American writer and Christ...
Charles Dickens is much loved for his great contribution to classic English literature. He was the quintessential Victorian author. His epic stories, vivid characters and exhaustive depiction of contemporary life are unforgettable. His own story is one of rags to riches. He was born in Portsmouth on 7 February 1812, to John and Elizabeth Dickens. The good fortune of being sent to school at the age of nine was short-lived because his father, inspiration for the character of Mr Micawber in ’David Copperfield’, was imprisoned for bad debt. The entire family, apart from Charles, were sent to Marshalsea along with their patriarch. Charles was sent to work in Warren’s blacking factory and endured appalling conditions as well as loneliness and despair. After three years he was returned to school, but the experience was never forgotten and became fictionalised in two of his better-known novels ’David Copperfield’ and ’Great Expectations’. Like many others, he began his literary career as a journalist. His own father became a reporter and Charles began with the journals ’The Mirror of Parliament’ and ’The True Sun’. Then in 1833 he became parliamentary journalist for The Morning Chronicle. With new contacts in the press he was able to publish a series of sketches under the pseudonym ’Boz’. In April 1836, he married Catherine Hogarth, daughter of George Hogarth who edited ’Sketches by Boz’. Within the same month came the publication of the highly successful ’Pickwick Papers’, and from that point on there was no looking back for Dickens. As well as a huge list of novels he published autobiography, edited weekly periodicals including ’Household Words’ and ’All Year Round’, wrote travel books and administered charitable organisations. He was also a theatre enthusiast, wrote plays and performed before Queen Victoria in 1851. His energy was inexhaustible and he spent much time abroad - for example lecturing against slavery in the United States and touring Italy with companions Augustus Egg and Wilkie Collins, a contemporary writer who inspired Dickens’ final unfinished novel ’The Mystery of Edwin Drood’. He was estranged from his wife in 1858 after the birth of their ten children, but maintained relations with his mistress, the actress Ellen Ternan. He died of a stroke in 1870. He is buried at Westminster Abbey.Charles Dickens is much loved for his great contribution to classic English literature. He was the q...
Charles Monroe Sheldon was born February 26, 1857, in Wellsville, New York, to Stewart and Sarah (Ward) Sheldon. His father was a Congregational minister and reassigned to churches five times before the family finally settled in South Dakota. Sheldon's family supported the temperance movement and at the age of seven he signed a total abstinence pledge, promising not to use alcohol and tobacco.

Sheldon studied at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, and graduated from Brown University in 1883 and Andover Theological Seminary in 1886. He was hired by the Congregational Church in Waterbury, Vermont, in 1886. Sheldon was inspired by the social gospel movement, which encouraged churchgoers to help solve social problems of the day. His Waterbury congregation was not receptive to the message.

A visitor from Kansas introduced Sheldon to his granddaughter, Mary Abby Merriam, and encouraged Sheldon to bring his ideas to Topeka. Central Congregational was impressed with Sheldon’s passion and hired him as pastor of the Topeka church. Sheldon and Merriam were married on May 20, 1891. They had one child. To attract young followers, Sheldon developed a Sunday evening sermon series with a dramatic ending to be concluded the following week. Response was enthusiastic. One story in particular resonated with the congregation as Sheldon asked “What would Jesus do?” A religious magazine from Chicago published the stories in weekly installments and then in book form as In His Steps.

Tennessee Town Black KindergartenIn 1893 he and Central Congregational sponsored the first African American kindergarten west of the Mississippi River. Sheldon labored a week at a time for numerous Topeka businesses, railroads, and merchants to understand their concerns. He also traveled throughout the world to support the temperance movement. In 1900 the Topeka Daily Capital offered Sheldon the chance to publish for a week “as Jesus would do.” Circulation rose from 15,000 daily copies to more than 350,000 delivered internationally.

Sheldon retired from Central Congregational in 1920 and edited the Christian Herald. He was an active peace advocate and wrote a prohibition plank for Alfred Landon's Kansas gubernatorial campaign. Sheldon died February 24, 1946, in Topeka. Sales for In His Steps have been estimated from $10 to $30 million dollars and "What Would Jesus Do?" (WWJD) has been translated to bracelets, t-shirts, necklaces, and other visible expressions as a Christian motto.Charles Monroe Sheldon was born February 26, 1857, in Wellsville, New York, to Stewart and Sarah ...
David Yonggi Cho (formerly known as Paul Yungi Cho) is a South Korean Christian minister. He is founder of the Yoido Full Gospel Church (Assemblies of God), the world's largest congregation, with a claimed membership of 830,000 (as of 2007).[1] He was senior pastor from 1968 to 2008. In February 2014, he was convicted for tax evasion, given a 3-year suspended prison sentence, and fined the equivalent of almost US$5 million.?In June 2016, this incident became a non-prosecution because of "no suspicion".David Yonggi Cho (formerly known as Paul Yungi Cho) is a South Korean Christian minister. He...
Titus Flavius Josephus  was a first-century Romano-Jewish scholar, historian and hagiographer, who was born in Jerusalem—then part of Roman Judea—to a father of priestly descent and a mother who claimed royal ancestry.

He initially fought against the Romans during the First Jewish–Roman War as head of Jewish forces in Galilee, until surrendering in 67 CE to Roman forces led by Vespasian after the six-week siege of Jotapata. Josephus claimed the Jewish Messianic prophecies that initiated the First Roman-Jewish War made reference to Vespasian becoming Emperor of Rome. In response Vespasian decided to keep Josephus as a slave and interpreter. After Vespasian became Emperor in 69 CE, he granted Josephus his freedom, at which time Josephus assumed the emperor's family name of Flavius.

Flavius Josephus fully defected to the Roman side and was granted Roman citizenship. He became an advisor and friend of Vespasian's son Titus, serving as his translator when Titus led the Siege of Jerusalem. Since the siege proved ineffective at stopping the Jewish revolt, the city's destruction and the looting and destruction of Herod's Temple (Second Temple) soon followed.

Josephus recorded Jewish history, with special emphasis on the first century CE and the First Jewish–Roman War, including the Siege of Masada. His most important works were The Jewish War (c. 75) and Antiquities of the Jews (c. 94). The Jewish War recounts the Jewish revolt against Roman occupation (66–70). Antiquities of the Jews recounts the history of the world from a Jewish perspective for an ostensibly Roman audience. These works provide valuable insight into first century Judaism and the background of Early Christianity. (See main article Josephus on Jesus).Titus Flavius Josephus  was a first-century Romano-Jewish scholar, historian and hagiograp...
Francine Sandra Rivers (born 1947) is an American author of fiction with Christian themes, including inspirational romance novels. Prior to becoming a born-again Christian in 1986, Rivers wrote historical romance novels.
She is best known for her inspirational novel Redeeming Love, while another novel, The Last Sin Eater has become a feature film.Francine Sandra Rivers (born 1947) is an American author of fiction with Christian themes, i...
Gloria Copeland is a noted author and minister of the gospel whose teaching ministry is known throughout the world. Believers worldwide know her through Believers’ Conventions, Victory Campaigns, magazine articles, teaching audios and videos, and the daily and Sunday Believer’s Voice of Victory television broadcast, which she hosts with her husband, Kenneth Copeland. She is known for “Healing School,” which she began teaching and hosting in 1979 at KCM meetings. Gloria delivers the Word of God and the keys to victorious Christian living to millions of people every year.

Gloria is author of the New York Times best-seller, God’s Master Plan for Your Life, as well as numerous favorites, including God’s Will for You, Walk With God, God’s Will Is Prosperity, Hidden Treasures and To Know Him. She has also co-authored several books with her husband, including Family Promises, Healing Promises and the best-selling daily devotionals, From Faith to Faith and Pursuit of His Presence.

She holds an honorary doctorate from Oral Roberts University. In 1994, Gloria was voted Christian Woman of the Year, an honor conferred on women whose example demonstrates outstanding Christian leadership. Gloria is also the co-founder and vice president of Kenneth Copeland Ministries in Fort Worth, Texas.Gloria Copeland is a noted author and minister of the gospel whose teaching ministry is known throug...
Mike Bickle is the director of the International House of Prayer Missions Base of Kansas City (IHOP–KC), an evangelical missions organization based on 24/7 prayer with worship that is engaged in many evangelistic and inner city outreaches along with multiple justice initiatives, planting houses of prayer, and training missionaries.

IHOP–KC has continued in non-stop prayer led by worship teams since September 19,1999, and is committed to combining 24/7 prayers for justice with 24/7 works of justice. Around 1,500 people (staff members, students, interns) serve full-time on the missions base, investing fifty hours per week in the prayer room, classroom, and ministry outreaches. Mike is also the founder of the International House of Prayer University which includes a full-time Bible school, music school, and media school.

Mike is the author of several books including Passion for Jesus, Growing in the Prophetic, The Pleasures of Loving God, After God’s Own Heart, and Prayers to Strengthen Your Inner Man. Mike’s teaching emphasizes growing in passion for Jesus through intimacy with God, doing evangelism and missions work from the place of night and day prayer, and the end times.Mike Bickle is the director of the International House of Prayer Missions Base of Kansas City (I...
Neil T. Anderson is founder and president of Freedom in Christ Ministries. He was formerly the chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology. He holds five degrees from Talbot, Pepperdine University and Arizona State University and Arizona State University and has authored several bestselling books on spiritual freedom, including Victory Over the Darkness and The Bondage Breaker.Neil T. Anderson is founder and president of Freedom in Christ Ministries. He was formerly the chair...
Stephen S. Nelson has been happily married to his sweetheart, Danelle, for 34 years. They have seven children and two grandchildren.

Steve's passion for young people has motivated him to work with college students and as a community pastor for 30 years. This has brought him face to face with people hurting from broken relationships.

In this book Steve offers a fresh perspective on dating and marriage, emphasizing the life-transforming power of God's love. Steve and Danelle live in Kiev, Ukraine where they serve as missionaries. Steve loves to fish, hunt, run and spend time with his family.Stephen S. Nelson has been happily married to his sweetheart, Danelle, for 34 years. They have seven...
Тамара Резникова (в девичестве Меркулова) родилась в солнечной Грузии. В двухмесячном возрасте мама привезла ее в Россию в южный курортный город Анапа, который становится для Тамары родным на всю жизнь: здесь она выросла, окончила школу и техникум, а в 1985 году вышла замуж за Виктора Резникова — человека, с которым были прожиты самые трудные годы «прошлой» жизни. В 1997 году семья Резниковых переехала на постоянное жительство в США. В 1999 году супруги уверовали в Бога и посвятили свою жизнь служению благовестия в Америке, Украине, России, Беларуси, Германии, Канаде, Молдове. Во время этих поездок, втречаясь с разными людьми и узнавая их жизненные истории, Тамара откликнулась на Божий призыв писать стихи, повести и рассказы, в которых читателю, через свидетельства христиан, открывались бы пути человека к Спасителю. В 2005 году увидела свет первая повесть-свидетельство «Помилованные», в которой Тамара и Виктор рассказали свою удивительную и драматическую историю жизни. В последующие годы вышли сборники повестей и рассказов «Освобождение», «Очередь в Небо», «Предназначена жить», «Сочинение», «Майя», «Абрикосовое дерево». Тамара и Виктор воспитали пятерых детей, которым передали свою искреннюю веру.Тамара Резникова (в девичестве Меркулова) родилась в солнечной Грузии. В двухмесячном возрас...
Being a mathematician and a programmer analyst, Valentina Sergeychuk practised a profession of the leading specialist at computational centers of scientific-research institutes in Kiev. By the nature of her activity, she was involved in the strategic planning, modeling, projection and creation of information database.
Since 1992 she has been successful in doing insurance business.

Since 2002 she has been a founder and a head of the Center of Business and Management "Transformations" in Kiev, Ukraine. She teaches at the Academy of Business and Management "Transformations", which had been established within the framework of the educational activity of the Business-Center.

Stalling from June 2000she holds conferences and seminars for entrepreneurs of CIS and European Union countries and consults businessmen on different business issues. She successfully conducts a few directions in business. Since 2007 Valentina Sergeychuk has been a Stockholder of a .large-scale company, which deals with promotion of innovation technologies into the world market.

The Business Channels of Ukrainian television invite the President of the Business-Center "Transformations" Valentina Sergeychuk as an expert on business.
The books "A New Vision of Business", "The Way Out of Debts. 7 practical steps", "Mastering over the time", which were written by Valentina Sergeychuk are translated in European languages.
Being a mathematician and a programmer analyst, Valentina Sergeychuk practised a profession of the l...
А. Декоппет французкий пастор периода реформации.Его проповеди для детей (1880 г.) были переведены на все европейские языки.А. Декоппет французкий пастор периода реформации.Его проповеди для детей (1880 г.) были пере...
Аад ван де Санде родился в 1938 году в христианской семье. В юности мечтал стать профессиональным спортсменом, но после службы в армии услышал призыв следовать за Христом и посвятил жизнь служению Господу.

В 1964 году женился, детей у них с женой не было, но Бог употребил их дарования в духовной работе для сотен детей в Голландии.
Он разработал курс по душепопечительству, основанный на Библии. В течении двенадцати лет работал пастором - советником в Евангельской Радиовещательной Компании.Аад ван де Санде родился в 1938 году в христианской семье. В юности мечтал стать профессиональным сп...
Аарон Аппельфельд родился 16 февраля 1932 года в деревне Жадова около Черновцов, Королевство Румыния, сейчас Украина — известный израильский прозаик и поэт.

Аппельфельд вырос в состоятельной семье и был единственным ребёнком. С началом Великой Отечественной войны, когда Аппельфельду было восемь лет, город был оккупирован румынскими войсками и его мать погибла. Аппельфельд был депортирован вместе со своим отцом в один из концентрационных лагерей Транснистрии. Он бежал и скрывался в течение трёх лет до прихода советской армии, в которую он вступил поваром. После Второй мировой войны, Аппельфельд провел несколько месяцев в лагере для перемещенных лиц в Италии. В 1946 году он эмигрировал в Палестину за два года до объявления независимости Израиля. Он воссоединился со своим отцом, после того как нашёл его имя в списках Еврейского агентства.

В Израиле Аппельфельд завершил формальное школьное образование и выучил иврит, язык, на котором он начал писать. Его первыми литературными произведениями были рассказы, но постепенно он перешёл к романам. Он закончил Еврейский университет в Иерусалиме[2]. Сейчас Аппельфельд живёт в поселении Мевасерет-Цион и преподаёт литературу в Университете имени Бен-Гуриона в Негеве.Аарон Аппельфельд родился 16 февраля 1932 года в деревне Жадова около Черновцов, Королевство Румыния...
Каиржанов Абай Каиржанович - доктор философских наук,  профессор, академик Международной академии информатизации. Его перу принадлежат более двухсот научных и научно-популярных работ. В том числе пять монографий, посвященных разным проблемам языкознания и культуры народов Евразии.Каиржанов Абай Каиржанович - доктор философских наук,  профессор, академик Международной а...
Айдын Ариф оглы Али-заде (Алиев), родился 21 октября 1963, в Баку, АзССР, СССР) — азербайджанский религиовед, историк философии, культуролог, полемист, автор литературно-философских эссе.Айдын Ариф оглы Али-заде (Алиев), родился 21 октября 1963, в Баку, АзССР, СССР) — азерба...