That None Should Perish

How to Reach Entire Cities for Christ Through Prayer Evangelism

by Ed Silvoso (Author)C. Wagner (Foreword by)
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Ed Silvoso weaves together the solid biblical basis and practical outworking of how to reach entire cities for Christ. He presents a working model for reaching each city through his own personal battle scars and triumphant victories. Every believer will be challenged and equipped for leading seekers into the kingdom of God.

Contributors

Ed Silvoso, Author

Dr. Ed Silvoso (www.edsilvoso.com) is the founder and president of Harvest Evangelism Inc., and also of the Transform Our World Network (www.transformourworld.org), which is composed of thousands of pulpit and marketplace influencers across the globe. He is widely recognized as a visionary strategist and solid Bible teacher who specializes in nation and marketplace transformation.

Dr. Silvoso has been trained both in theology and business, and his work experience includes banking, hospital administration, financial services and church ministry. As a strategic thinker with a passion to equip ordinary people to do extraordinary things, he has spent his lifetime mining life-giving biblical principles for transformation and linking them to practical application for Christians so that they will see transformation impact their lives, families, spheres of influence and, ultimately, their cities and nations.

Dr. Silvoso's bestselling books on the topic of transformation have become groundbreaking classics. His DVD series Transformation in the Marketplace with Ed Silvoso provides tangible validation of the transformation principles at work by documenting prototypes now being developed on every continent.

Dr. Silvoso and his wife, Ruth, have four married daughters and twelve grandchildren. For more details on his life and ministry, see the Wikipedia article "Ed Silvoso" at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Silvoso. You can contact him at edsilvoso@transformourworld.org.

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