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Rev. Dr. Lee's 15-Language-Published Books Draws Interest at NRB Convention

Contact: Joseph Park, Overseas Marketing Manager, Urim Books, 82-2-818-7307, 82-19-9027-7307 mobile

 

ORLANDO, Feb. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- Christian readers and National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) convention attendees gathered in Urim Books' booth this week.

 

Revivalist Rev. Dr. Jaerock Lee's 15-language-published books were exhibited at NRB annual convention in Orlando, Florida and attracted the interest of the attendees.

 

Photo: NRB attendee browsing display of Dr. Lee's books at Urim Books' booth

 

Demand for Dr. Lee's books of all titles and subjects has increased from the Christians and non Christians around the world. His books are being translated and published into 15 languages.  His testimonial memoirs, "Tasting Eternal Life Before Death", was published in 1987 for the first time and has been published into English, French, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Tamil, Tagalog, and Indonesian.

 

Dr. Lee's representative sermon book "The Message of the Cross", has been published into English, French, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Tamil, Urdu, and Nepali. His other books including Heaven (1, 2), Hell, and The Measure of the Faith are being translated and published into many languages.

 

During the conference many publishers offered to publish Dr. Lee's books in the USA.

 

Dr. Lee is senior pastor of Manmin Joong-ang Church, in Seoul, Korea which is a 100,000 member international church. He has led many conferences for church leaders and great crusades around the world in the American cities of New York, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Los Angeles, as well as in Hawaii. He also preached in Japan, Argentina, Tanzania, Uganda, Pakistan, Kenya, the Philippines, Honduras, India, Russia, Germany, Peru, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.