Tell the World About Jesus

Tell the World About Jesus

PPPA is partnering with ASI to help churches place a copy of The Desire of Ages in every home.

BY PACIFIC PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION staff

Pacific Press Publishing Association and Adventist SI are partnering to help churches to place a copy of The Desire of Ages in “every home,” just as Ellen White envisioned.

“Tell the World About Jesus” is a campaign focused on sharing the book that General Conference President Ted Wilson calls, “the finest biography on the life of Christ outside of the Bible. The Desire of Ages has strongly influenced my life,” Wilson says, “and is one of the easiest books to give to someone as we Tell the World about Jesus!”

Mark Finley, a retired General Conference vice president, says, “For years, my wife, Teenie, and I have chosen a devotional book to read through aloud together. Currently, we are reading The Desire of Ages. It has made a remarkable difference in our lives. As we read, Jesus becomes more real to us. We are charmed by His love and amazed at His power. The Holy Spirit has impressed us anew that Jesus is truly our loving Savior and life-changing Lord.”
 


Let’s Tell the World About Jesus!
 
“It is my fervent hope,” Wilson says, “that you will participate in distributing The Desire of Ages, which points people to the Bible and to the One who will soon return to take us home to heaven.”
 
The full-text sharing version of Desire of Ages is available by the case for less than $2 a book.


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