My name is Kevin Sullivan. I am the author of a NEW book series entitled: “Heaven’s Ambassador.” It is the most influential, thought-provoking, Christian book series of the 21st Century. I wrote this book for anyone who is interested in learning what it takes to become an Ambassador of Heaven. In case you didn’t know, an Ambassador of Heaven is someone who: dominates the Father of Lies, discerns the deceitfulness of worldly wisdom, and actualizes the power of heavenly wisdom. In order to adequately address this topic, I wrote this book in 4 volumes. Volumes 1 and 2 admonishes the recklessness and foolishness of worldly wisdom. Volume 3 is a compilation of the main points of Volumes 1 and 2, which exposes the worthlessness of worldly wisdom. And Volume 4 reveals secrets to maintaining relationships with your spouse and children that are pleasing to God. My books are simple enough for a 5th grader to understand and deep enough for a Ph.D. student to embrace. Show your family some love and buy a few copies. They are the perfect empowerment tools for middle school, high school, and college bound family members; and make excellent birthday, graduation, and Christmas gifts.
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About the Author
Kevin Sullivan is a native of Beaufort, South Carolina, a coastal town that is roughly minutes north of Savannah, Georgia, and hours south of Charleston, South Carolina. His father, a soldier in the United States Marine Corps, his mother, an entrepreneur, and his family, believers in God. God, music, writing, and hip-hop were passions of his since he could remember–from joining the children’s choir; to writing poetry to his girlfriend as a teen; to free styling with his friends in college. But it all started at Church. As a child, he was reared in a Holiness Church, as a teenager, he was baptized at a Non- Denominational Church, and as adult he performed his first sermon at an Apostolic Faith Church. Currently, he attends a Baptist Church. Accordingly, his manuscripts and musical compositions, as his church affiliations, can be described with one word – well-rounded.