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Travis W. Tate, Author

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Travis W. Tate, Author

Travis W. Tate was born in a Christian home in Dallas Texas in 1966. He began his ministry at age 15: singing, songwriting and preaching all over the United States. Travis was ordained through Family Cathedral of Praise Church in Mesquite, Texas. In addition, he has served in a number of churches and ministries: Broadway Assembly of God, Grace Assembly of God, New Covenant, Shiloh Road Church of God, United Body of Christ Church and Word of Life Church.

 

Currently, Travis pastors Shepherd House Family Church (an outreach ministry of The Harbor Church in Rockwall). In keeping with his love for singing and songwriting, he is the lead vocalist for Wings of Worship Ministries. In all, Travis brings over 30 years of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the world around him.

Travis’ first book Caverns of the Seven Keys is available at all major ebook retailers. Paperbacks can be ordered on Facebook at the Logan Christian Publishing Company e-store.

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April 29, 2014 at 10:00 pm

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Henry C. Austin, Author

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Henry C. Austin, Author

Please login to facebook and “LIKE” this talented storyteller’s author page. You’ll want to know more about his book Code Blue Seconds from Death.

Henry (Hank) Austin grew up in eastern Kentucky with no idea his brain was bleeding. At age 6, his first seizure was undiagnosed. Later, the leaking blood vessels burst, sending the young father into several code blues.

During a painful surgery, Henry was pain-free. Jesus took his place in the operation. Despite all, Hillbilly Hank recounts his trials with anecdotes that will warm your heart.

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April 29, 2014 at 9:57 pm

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Just before his seventh birthday, young Henry (Hank) Austin’s brain began to bleed and, while alone, had his first seizure. No one knew what was happening to him, not even Hank, despite seizures that temporarily incapacitated him and caused an ever encroaching blindness. Wrapped in the silence of a young boy growing up in the hills of eastern Kentucky, Hank thought his relentless headaches, blind spells, and migraines were common occurrences and just something he needed to endure, which he did through his close contact with God.

As Hank grew into adulthood, so did the bleeding in his brain until one day the leaking blood vessels in the vision center of his brain burst, sending the young father into numerous code blues. He underwent an extremely painful surgery but felt no pain because Jesus took his place on the operating table. Hank counted his trials and tragedies as blessings, and miracles began happening in his life. Through it all, he maintained his sense of humor and recorded funny episodes in his chapters regarding Hillbilly Hank.

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April 29, 2014 at 9:45 pm

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Caverns of the Seven Keys

Whether you realize it or not, you live in a parallel world of darkness, where imps and demons battle against you. Satan’s weapons of destruction are hurled at you and battles rage on every hand. The cries of a child; the lure of an attractive person, are just a few of the cruel ploys to destroy your mortal soul. Light comes as wisdom presents herself to you enabling you to assemble your armor and win these battles and obtain the keys of your freedom. As you awaken you understand: this was not a dream, but reality.

This book takes a look inside a world that very few people acknowledge; a world that exists parallel to our own physical world. It was written to allow others to see into the spiritual realm to understand the attack of the enemy and to learn how to defeat him with prayer, fasting, and the Word of God. To know the enemy’s plan is to win the war before it begins.

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April 29, 2014 at 9:38 pm