"Preach to the people on this bus. But Lord, I can't! Lutheran ministers don't preach on buses in the middle of Manhattan! They'll think I'm--Do it. Now." From that life-changing day on the bus to today, stories of Harald Bredesen's adventures in the Lord have traveled far and wide. Who was this unassuming, faithful follower of Christ who fought against following in his preacher father's footsteps? Come hear from the man himself--Harald Bredesen--who learned the ups and the downs of learning to say "yes, Lord" no matter what. This story of a young man's growing pains in Christ becomes the story of a man who would one day find himself in the company of world leaders and being an important influence in the lives of many prominent people won to Christ--Pat Robertson, Gordon Robertson, Pat Boone, Wendy Griffith, Scott Ross, and others. Sit back and let Harald tell his almost unbelievable stories of not knowing or asking why, but being willing to be led to the right place at the right time, where he was often given just the right words. And it all started with saying, "Yes, Lord."
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About the Author
HARALD BREDESEN was a Lutheran minister who became one of the most influential ministers in the early days of the charismatic movement. Known by many as "Mr. Charisma," Bredesen was involved in the founding of major Christian media ministries, including the Christian Broadcasting Network, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and 100 Huntley Street in Canada. Over the years, Bredesen's ministry was featured on ABC, the BBC, Radio Moscow, CBS's The World Tonight, Walter Cronkite's News and World Report, as well as other major international news programs. Articles chronicling his ministry and influence were featured in Time, The Saturday Evening Post, Encyclopedia Britannica, Charisma, and Christianity Today. Bredesen was the author of the bestselling books Yes Lord! and Need a Miracle?