Charles Simpson was raised in Tennessee and has spent most of his adult life in New York City, pastoring, planting churches, and working in Bible schools. He has been privileged to work alongside some great leaders such as David Wilkerson, Michael Brown, Brian Simmons, and now Don Wilkerson. He currently serves as the Campus Pastor at Brooklyn Teen Challenge and lives in Queens with his wife, Lynn.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy is when someone shares with me that they were blessed by my writings. For instance, when I worked on staff at Billy Graham's last major crusade (in Queens in 2005), I had my name badge on as I worked the information booth. A young man came up to me and asked, "Are you the Charles Simpson who wrote Angel Lucifer, Evil's Origin?" When I replied that, yes, I am the author, he vigorously shook my hand in heartfelt thanks, and told me that book help him to overcome some hurdles which had been preventing him from giving his life to the Lord
What are you working on next?
I am working on three books at once: 1. David Wilkerson's Footsteps, A Spiritual Son's Reflections, 2. Hebrews: Overcoming Overwhelming Obstacles, and 3. Apostolic Humility
Don Wilkerson, Co-Founder of Teen Challenge, the largest and most successful faith-based substance abuse program in the world offers valuable advise to addicts, pre-addicts, family members, and those ministering to addicts.
Since He is all-powerful, then why does God allow so much suffering and heartache to take place in this world in which we live? If God is the Creator of all, does this mean He is the Author of evil? The puzzle of evil is vastly incomplete without considering the legacy of Lucifer in this fast-paced theological novel.
Since He is all-powerful, then why does God allow so much suffering and heartache to take place in this world in which we live? If God is the Creator of all, does this mean He is the Author of evil? The puzzle of evil is vastly incomplete without considering the legacy of Lucifer.
Beloved, we’re now in the bosom of our heavenly Father! The dawning of this reality helps us to experience the immeasurable love of God. John’s Gospel was written so we would believe in who Jesus Christ is and who we now are in Him: deeply cherished children of God who are invited to share in His sonship glory, revealed to us through seven miraculous signs elaborated in this devotional commentary.