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Book launch at conference

Torika Tokalau
Thursday, May 01, 2014

CHRISTIAN Mission Fellowship International founder and president Reverend Suliasi Kurulo has promised to direct 100 per cent of the sale of his autobiography to the mission.

Mr Kurulo officially launched his new book From the ends of the Earth last Sunday in the opening of the 24th CMF International conference in Kinoya.

The book, a recollection of his journey as a visionary leader, also details the establishment of the church 30 years ago after he heard the call of God.

Endorsing the book, world-renowned evangelist Reinhard Bonnke wrote in the foreword of his admiration of Mr Kurulo and his mission to train converts to proclaim the Gospel to the ends of the Earth.

"Pastor Suli trains his converts to become proclaimers of the Gospel, not those who deliver sermons, but who deliver people!" Mr Bonnke wrote.

"They preach with reckless abandon in the darkest parts of this globe."

Co-founder of the Billion Souls Network Dr James O Davis also endorsed the book, saying he did not know of another pastor on the planet who has strategically developed a multiplying plan more successfully than him, and has taken this plan to apply it primarily toward the unreached people worldwide.

"Reverend Kurulo will move your heart, mind and spirit to believe our Lord for supernatural outcomes in our personal lives."

Meanwhile, in the opening of the conference, Mr Kurulo challenged members and visitors of the church to enlarge their vision.

"It is time for us to come out of our comfort zones and walk into the Kingdom of God, for the glory of God," he said.

"God wants us to enlarge our vision and go into the mission field.

"Don't stay where you are. You have been counting the coconut trees too long, go into the ends of the world and preach His word."

The conference, which carries the theme 'It's harvest time' brings together missionaries of the church from the world over, including the different centres of CMF located across Fiji.


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