New Autobiography THE LIFE OF A MODERN DAY MISSIONARY is Released
Following his 30-year span of service to God, Richard Sugden, Sr.'s new autobiography, "The Life of a Modern Day Missionary" (published by WestBow Press), chronicles his journeys to faraway places, founding churches as the biblical apostle Paul did.
Sugden's book took shape after he was diagnosed with a debilitating muscle disorder and a colleague challenged him to write about his former life as a traveling minister.
The book tells of Sugden's church-planting travels, in which he and his fellow ministers sometimes founded up to 12 churches in one month.
While his book depicts the international missions upon which he embarked, Sugden hopes it also poses a challenge to readers: to respond to the urgency of their service to God by founding their own churches around the world.
"Whatever we decide to do for Christ better get done now," Sugden says.
"The Life of a Modern Day Missionary"
By Richard Sugden, Sr.
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 230 pages | ISBN 9781490820842
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 230 pages | ISBN 9781490820835
E-Book | 230 pages | ISBN 9781490820828
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author:
Richard Sugden, Sr. was a missionary evangelist following the example of the biblical apostle, Paul, for more than 30 years. His ministry service took him around the world, to places like Haiti, Ghana, Uganda and many more. He was recognized in many Who's Who lists, including Who's Who in the Midwest, Who's Who Among Emerging Leaders in America, and Who's Who in Religion.
WestBow Press is a strategic supported self-publishing alliance between HarperCollins Christian Publishing and Author Solutions, LLC - the world leader in supported self-publishing. Titles published through WestBow Press are evaluated for sales potential and considered for publication through Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. For more information, visit westbowpress.com or call (866)-928-1240. For WestBow Press news, click "Like" at facebook.com/WestBowPress and follow @westbowpress on Twitter.