Reuben A. Torrey

Biography

Reuben Archer Torrey traveled all over the world leading evangelistic tours, preaching to the unsaved. It is believed that more than one hundred thousand were saved under his preaching. Torrey married Clara Smith in 1879, with whom he had five children. In 1908, he helped start the Montrose Bible Conference in Pennsylvania, which continues today. He became dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles (now Biola University) in 1912, and was the pastor of the Church of the Open Door in Los Angeles from 1915 to 1924. Torrey continued speaking all over the world and holding Bible conferences. He died in Asheville, North Carolina, on October 26, 1928.

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Books

Baptism of the Holy Spirit: How to Receive This Promised Gift
Pre-release—available March 1, 2019. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,840. Language: English. Published by Aneko Press. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Theology / Pneumatology, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
This book takes a close look at Scripture to see what the Lord Himself tells us regarding His Holy Spirit and how it relates to us today.
How to Bring Men to Christ: What the Bible Tells Us About Fruitful Evangelism to Unique Individuals
Price: Free! Words: 42,860. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2019 by Aneko Press. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Ministry / Evangelism
Regardless of the angle the lost may use to try to justify why they remain in their sad condition, Torrey offers Scripture passages and biblical principles that have proven to reach even the most stubborn of the unsaved.
How to Pray:What the Bible Tells Us About Genuine, Effective Prayer
Price: Free! Words: 26,880. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2018 by Aneko Press. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Prayer, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Prayer
May God use this book to inspire many who are currently prayerless, or nearly so, to pray earnestly.

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