George Beverly Shea - Tell Me the Story
A young Canadian working in a New York insurance office auditions to become a regular singer on a popular nationwide radio show_ an opportunity for both fame and money. He landed that job, but turned it down because he wanted...
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A young Canadian working in a New York insurance office auditions to become a regular singer on a popular nationwide radio show_ an opportunity for both fame and money. He landed that job, but turned it down because he wanted to sing gospel music. Little did George Beverly Shea know that his prayerful decision would eventually lead him to sing God's word in front of more people than anyone in history.In George Beverly Shea: Tell Me the Story, you'll enjoy personal accounts from his worldwide travels as a member of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Team. Follow him onto crusade stages in all corners of the world including New York, London and Australia. Find out what happened when he forgot lyrics in front of a packed stadium in California. Discover personal stories about his friendship with celebrities like Johnny Cash, the Gaithers and Pat Boone.This is the amazing account of how God used an insurance worker to spread the Gospel to every continent of the world.
Reverend Doctor Paul Davis is a pastor, lecturer, author, journalist, broadcaster, record producer, tour organiser, music publisher and local government manager of considerable experience. He was the first European Director of the USA's Gospel Music Association and the founder of the UK's Christian Music Association and the British Gospel Music Association. A Fellow of the European Theological Seminary, his books include the official biographies or autobiographies of George Hamilton IV, Pat Boone, Ron Jones and the Blackwood Brothers plus book projects for Readers Digest on several country music and gospel music themes including 'Peace In The Valley', Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell, Tammy Wynette, the Blackwood Brothers and Kenny Rogers.