Where Is the Store House?

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"Where is the Storehouse?" addresses the current social needs in our communities across the nation. People are looking for a change. We are facing accelerating gas prices, food shortages, and even the excruciating mortgage crisis is making more Americans lose what little we have. "Where is the storehouse" clearly explains that God knew that this day was coming and he provided a way of escape for the less fortunate as well as his faithful children. Author Sheldon Stovall states, the money has already been deposited into the Storehouse. You have to ...
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Overview

"Where is the Storehouse?" addresses the current social needs in our communities across the nation. People are looking for a change. We are facing accelerating gas prices, food shortages, and even the excruciating mortgage crisis is making more Americans lose what little we have. "Where is the storehouse" clearly explains that God knew that this day was coming and he provided a way of escape for the less fortunate as well as his faithful children. Author Sheldon Stovall states, the money has already been deposited into the Storehouse. You have to go and get it. As a former administrator of one of the largest church organizations in the world, he explains that there is a specific amount of money that not only goes to the pastors, prophets, apostles, bishops and elders but God also includes the fatherless, widows, aliens to receive their fair share. "Where is the Storehouse?" explains how to get the uncollected money that owed to you and where to find the much needed resources.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419676024
  • Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/17/2008
  • Pages: 350
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Sheldon Stovall is an acknowledged expert on the Institution of Poverty in the 20th and 21st centuries. Originally from Holyoke, MA Sheldon has served as editor of Atlanta's Reach One Magazine, and has been the editor of "A Storehouse" Newsletter for more than five years. In addition to his literary work, Sheldon served as host of Another Perspective, an eye-opening live show based in Hartford, CT Sheldon has gained momentum for his books and his cause by speaking nationwide at events opening minds with his message of bringing healing to today's needy, middle-class to poor. In his speeches he brings to light the need for countrywide healthcare, financial assistance for the poor, and the need for higher quality education in public schools. Sheldon has spoken at events in Anaheim, Detroit, Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, Miami, Milwaukee, New York, Los Angles, San Diego, Oakland, Washington DC and other cities around the country. Sheldon currently sits on the Board of Directors of The NOF
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