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International Revivalist Dr. Jaerock Lee's 16-Language-Published Books at RNA Convention

Contact: Joseph Park, Urim Books, 82-2-818-7346, urimbook@hotmail.com


SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 1 /Christian Newswire/ -- Religion Newswriters Association (RNA) convention attendees gathered in Urim Books' booth from 27th to 29th, September.


International revivalist Dr. Jaerock Lee's 16-language-published books were exhibited at RNA annual convention in San Antonio, Texas and attracted the interest of the attendees.


RNA is the world's only association for journalists who write about religion in the non-religious news media. RNA members' news reports reach more than 30 million people a day in the U.S. alone, including reports from The Associated Press, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, TIME Magazine, USA TODAY, Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, NPR and hundreds of other outlets.


Dr. Jaerock Lee's 13-language-published sermon book The Message of the Cross (paperback, 978-1-60266-496-8), shows readers God's secret providence that has been hidden in the cross and helps them lay a firm foundation for a true Christian life. The Message of the Cross, has been published into English, French, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Tamil, Urdu, Indonesian and Korean.


"Anyone who reads this book will be able to understand God's deep providence and love, have true faith, and establish and lead a Christian life that is pleasing to His eyes." says Lee.


The message influenced many people overseas as well as in his native Seoul, South Korea. 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.


"Wherever The Message of the Cross was preached, the Holy Spirit worked like a blazing fire," says Lee. "Many people began to understand God's plan and have hope for an eternal life through this message."


Dr. Jaerock Lee reveals the mysteries of heaven for the first time in published form in his new book, Heaven I: As Clear and Beautiful as Crystal (paperback, 978-1-59979-018-3).


Heaven(1) has been published into 9 languages including English, French, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Indonesian and Korean.


Referencing both Scripture and the secrets of heaven taught to him by God, Lee reveals that Christians can look forward to a clear sky, a new earth composed of pure gold and jewels, and the omission of diseases and concerns.


"This book lets you know clearly about the life, beauty, different places of heaven, and rewards given according to the measure of faith," notes Geumsun Bin, director of editorial at Urim Books in the book's foreword.


His testimonial memoirs "Tasting Eternal Life Before Death" has been published even in Arabic, Tagalog, Italian and Mongolian.


Rev. Dr. Jaerock Lee is senior pastor of Manmin Joong-ang Church in Seoul, South Korea which is a 100,000 member international church.


As of September 2007, Manmin Joong-ang Church is a congregation of more than 100,000 members and 6,300 domestic and overseas branch churches throughout the globe, and has so far commissioned more than 121 missionaries to 25 countries, including the United States, Russia ,Germany, Canada, Japan, China, France, India, Kenya, and many more.


Dr. Lee is currently founder and president of a number of missionary organizations and associations, including Chairman, The United Holiness Church of Korea; President, The Nation Evangelization Paper; President, Manmin World Mission; Founder, Manmin TV; Founder & Board Chairman, Global Christian Network (GCN); Founder & Board Chairman, The World Christian Doctors Network (WCDN); and Founder & Board Chairman, Manmin International Seminary (MIS).