5.25 x 8 - 352 Pages
Subtitle: A Statesman of Prayer for Canada
The young Robert Birch wrote in a missionary book:
I will not follow the beaten path;
I will go where there is no path
Read about the trail he left, this quiet pastor who took on a struggling Vancouver church...
thousands of changed lives,
scores of Spirit-led labourers sown into the world,
a revitalized paradigm of Church life,
a swell of widening prayer that will enable this
nation of Canada to fulfill her divine calling.
“Do you long to be a giant in prayer? To influence Christians of all denominations while remaining utterly humble? To live in the power and the gifts of the Holy Spirit? Then read this book…”
Michael Green, Oxford University.
“Bob Birch’s life has made a difference in thousands of people throughout Canada and around the world…”
Barney Coombs, Salt and Light Ministries.
“Who would have expected that a man who received the Baptism in the Holy Spirit in a quaint Episcopal Church in Seattle would later touch nations! The story warrants a wide readership!”
The Rev’d. Dr. John Roddam, Rector: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA.
“All who have known Bob Birch--and many who will wish they had known him--will be eager to read this biography of this unique Canadian Christian leader.”
Dr. Donald M. Lewis, Professor, Church History, Regent College, Vancouver.
“The life of Pastor Bob is a testimony of obedience and faithfulness that I believe the Lord will use to inspire many generations to come.”
David Demian, Watchmen for the Nations.
Beth Carson lives in Burnaby, B.C. with her husband, Dave. From 1989, while pastoring at West Coast Christian Fellowship (formerly St. Margaret’s). They fellowshipped with Pastor Bob and with many whom his life had touched. Beth is also the author of Arne Bryan: Pioneer of Prayer Canada.
This title is also available as an e-book from the following retailers: Apple’s iBooks Store (available only on the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch), The Kindle Store and the KOBO Bookstore.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 17 February, 2015.