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Flynn, Leslie Bruce

FLYNN, Leslie Bruce

FLYNN, Leslie Bruce. American (born Canada), b. 1918. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Grace Baptist Church, Nanuet, New York, pastor, 1949-89, pastor emeritus, 1989-. Regional Ed., Christian Life Magazine, 1944-89. Publications: Did I Say That?, 1959, 1986; Serve Him with Mirth, 1960; Your God and Your Gold, 1961; The Power of Christ-like Living, 1962; Did I Say Thanks?, 1963; Christmas Messages, 1964; Day of Resurrection, 1965; How to Save Time in the Ministry, 1966; Your Influence is Showing, 1967; You Can Live Above Envy, 1970; A Source Book of Humorous Stories, 1973; 19 Gifts of the Spirit, 1974; It's about Time, 1974, rev. ed., 1999; Now a Word from Our Creator, 1976; Great Church Fights, 1976; Man: Ruined and Restored, 1978; God's Will: You Can Know It, 1979; Joseph: God's Man in Egypt, 1979; The Gift of Joy, 1980; From Clay to Rock, 1981; You Don't Have to Go It Alone, 1981; Dare to Care Like Jesus, 1982; The Twelve, 1982; Worship, Together We Celebrate, 1983; Your Inner You, 1984; The Sustaining Power of Hope, 1985; Holy Contradictions, 1987; Come Alive with Illustrations, 1987; Jesus in the Image of God, 1987, rev. ed., 1997; What the Church Owes the Jew, 1988, rev. ed., 1998; When the Saints Come Storming In, 1988; The Other Twelve, 1988; The Miracles of Jesus, 1990; Humorous Incidents and Quips, 1990; How to Survive in the Ministry, 1992; The Four Faces of Jesus, 1993; The Master Plan of Prayer, 1995; My Daughter a Preacher, 1996. Address: 32 Highview Ave, Nanuet, NY 10954, U.S.A.

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