(Pastor Prince intro at the 8:00 mark)
Pastor Joseph Prince (Singapore)
*TOURING the UNITED STATES in Nov 2013
Senior Pastor, New Creation Church (one of Asia’s largest churches), bestselling author
WHY YOU ARE BOOKING HIM
- Pastors one of the largest churches in all of Asia (New Creation Church in Singapore, congregation of over 30,000)
- Huge following via social media, including over 1.2 million likes on Facebook and 200,000 followers on Twitter
- One of the world’s most visible and influential Christian voices, seen 365x a week in the U.S. and on over 60 TV networks in 200 countries around the globe
- Rare visit to U.S. scheduled for November
- Bestselling author, new book, The Power of Right Believing set for release on Oct. 22
- Highly-relevant book dealing with issues affecting tens of millions of Americans, including fear, guilt, depression, anxiety, addictions and how to find FREEDOM
- Christian faith, scripture
- Church leadership
- Healing, counseling
- Freedom from fear, guilt, depression, addiction and other forms of bondage
- Anxiety, depression, fear, guilt, addiction (alcohol, drugs, nicotine, pornography and others): Seven steps to FREEDOM
- ‘My neighbor doesn’t believe in God and he’s doing just fine …’: Does what you believe and how you think, REALLY change anything?
- Winning the battle for your mind in a world that is fighting fiercely for control of it / The power and overwhelming influence of media
- Suffering: How do I believe in the midst of my personal struggles or what’s happening to believers around the world (in places like Syria, Egypt and North Korea, for instance), that God is really FOR me/us? Or that He exists at all?
- What does God REALLY believe about me? How could a holy God love someone who does what I do?
- What is ‘right believing’? And ‘right living’? And how do I know if I’m right?
- 21st century tolerance and/or the theory of relativity: How do I know what ‘right’ living and believing really is, when the world tells me that ‘right’ is different for everyone?
- Panic attacks, eating disorders, addictions: The result of wrong believing about God?