Author Daniel Rodriguez served as a second-generation pastor with the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel in San Diego, California and in Portland, Oregon. Daniel has a unique background and heritage by not only growing up in the Foursquare denomination, but by being personally influenced by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. Five generations of his own family have been active Jehovah’s Witnesses since the 1920’s.
His theological training was at LIFE Bible College, Los Angeles (now LIFE Pacific College). Years later, he earned a degree in the field of psychology. His emphasis in psychology is in Cult Thought Reform. Since 1985, Daniel has worked as a Cult Exit Counselor by helping Jehovah’s Witnesses exit the Watchtower organization and finding a meaningful relationship with Christ outside of the Watchtower Society’s influence.
Daniel is the author of two books on the subject of Jehovah’s Witnesses: Winning The Witnesses, and The Watchtower’s Coming Crisis (both available at www.chick.com). More books on the subject of Jehovah’s Witnesses are soon to be published as e-book.
Aside from his work with Cult members, Daniel is also an orchestral arranger/composer and concert pianist. Daniel played professionally as a concert musician for six years. Daniel’s interests also include linguistics: Aside from being fluent in English, Daniel enjoys learning other languages. He speaks, reads, and writes in German and Japanese.
He presently resides in El Paso, Texas.
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The Power of the Lord's Prayer
by Daniel Rodriguez
Our Father will show you how He lives so you can follow His footsteps. He wants to prepare you for your tomorrows so you can confidently speak His Word with authority and confront the issues of life with His power and might; and that is the hope and prayer of the author - that the reader will have a fresh revelation and understanding of the heart and message behind The Power of the Lord's Prayer.
Living The Impossible
by Daniel Rodriguez
We have all been faced with some of life's impossibilities at one time or another; but there is always an answer to confront those seeming impossibilities: the surrender of our hearts to believe and speak God's Word regardless what we face. "For as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he." (Proverbs 23:7)
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