Kent, WA, May 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Pastor Solomon Nganga, a Kenyan pastor is launching his new book, Chaos To Glory; The Truth shall set you free. This book talks about his sufferings as a victim of sexual abuse and how he overcame his adversities. The event will be held on Saturday May 22 2010 at Jubilee Covenant Center 835 N Central avenue suite D113, Kent, WA, 98032 from 5 pm to 8 pm. To get more information contact Pastor Solomon at this number (206) 694-9772.
Chaos to Glory is a life-challenging book written with simplicity. Pastor Solomon’s enthusiasm, courage and compassion in the face of horrifying events in his life vibrate and flow smoothly in every page while seasoned with the Word of God. It is a powerful tool to equip and inspire the Body of Christ. With great determination, he displays four objectives that he emphasizes with passion and zeal.
- The need to know The Truth in every situation because the Truth you know shall set you free. Jesus is the Truth!
- The need to declare that past pains and experiences should never determine one’s future and well-being. His past pains never deterred him to live a life of fulfillment and joy!
- The realization of the fact that “multitudes and multitudes are in the valley of the decision” suffering in pain and in silence.
- The need for restoration of men, women and children that suffer abuse in the past including sexually, physically, and/or psychologically.
Pastor Solomon Mungai is the Founder of Hope Christ Ministries (HCM) in USA. He is happily married to his beautiful and beloved wife Susan Mungai living in Kent, WA, USA. He is currently an Assistant Pastor with Jubilee Covenant Ministries, Tacoma, WA, USA. Born and raised in Nakuru, Kenya, Pastor Solomon has traveled extensively and preached the gospel of Jesus Christ in Kenya and USA with great manifestation of God’s power and glory since 1991. Between 1994 and 1997, he served as an Evangelist with Full Gospel Churches of Kenya where God used him tremendously to be part of several Church pioneering. He also had a successful outreach of schools and universities. In 1997, he resigned his Accounting job and became a Full time Pastor with Solid Rock Fellowship Church in Nakuru, Kenya from 1997 to 2001.