Glory in the Mountains: The Sound of Many Waters (Second Edition)

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WestBow Press, Nov 17, 2010 - Religion - 136 pages
Glory in the Mountains is not about me or any other earthly person or persons. Many people are mentioned in this book, but the book is about God and what He has done in and through my life and in the life of others.

I could write volumes about the times I have failed, gone the wrong direction and made bad decisions. God always does the right thing in the right way at the right time. He never fails.

In my journey, His voice has been like the sounds of many waters. At times, it's peaceful and serene, then furious and demanding. That voice has been a source of strength for me through the years. I hope this little book will help someone stop and listen to His voice.
 

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Contents

The Beginnings of my Journey
3
My Childhood and School Days
7
Dreaming Learning and the Big Challenge
9
A Devoted Companion
11
The Era of the Rolling Store
13
The Glory of the Mountaintop
15
School Days
20
Drinking From the Rock
23
Friendship
65
Little Brasstown
68
Grouse Hunting
74
Blessed Years of Association Missions
75
Scriptural Expressions of Worship
80
The Utah Experience
88
Youth on Mission for Christ
93
Retired Recycled
96

Holidays at our House
24
The Darkness of the Darkest Hours
26
World War II Days
31
A Life Changing EventArmy Beginnings
33
Basic Training at Fort Knox
36
To Europe
39
25
42
The Battle of the Bulge
45
Southern France and Germany
48
The War is Over
50
22
52
My Ministry Of Sixty Years
57
The Call to the Ministry
59
Pastoral Ministry and Gods Training Ground
64
Robbinsville Experience
100
Ministry at Vengeance Creek Baptist Church
103
World Missions Conferences and Revivals
106
Some Memorable Experiences
111
Thank God for Memories
113
An Experience of Glory in the Mountains
115
Celebrating Gods Wonderful Blessings with Friends
118
Celebrating Sixty Years
119
Finishing My Course
120
The Sound of Many Waters
121
God is Still Moving in a Mighty Way
123
Alphabetical Listing of Names Used in Book
125
About the Author
127
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Rev. Fred B. Lunsford was born and raised in the Appalachain Mountains. More precisely, he was born and raised in the little community of Marble, NC.

His education was obtained at Andrews High School, Mercer University Extension Classes, Seminary Extension Classes, The University of West Virginia Church Leaders School, Southern Seminary Conferences and Seminars and he is an Alumni of Southeastern Seminary.

Fred was called to preach in 1949. He was licensed and ordained to the Gospel Ministry in 1950. Therefore, he is completing sixty years of Ministry this year of 2010. He has pastored several churches and served as Director of Missions for Truett Baptist Association for almost twenty-seven years. He was awarded the Seminary Extension Award of the Year in 1980, the Director of Missions Award for the Eastern United States in 1987. In 1991, Fred was named Director Emeritus of Truett Baptist Association. He served as a Church Growth Multiplier for the NC Baptist State Convention for several years.

More recently, Fred has authored, "Golden Nuggets From the Mountains," "God's Messenger from the Mountains," and this book Glory in the Mountains: The Sound of Many Waters."

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