Born to Give
How does God get the Word out to a lost and dying world?
Be inspired to see yourself as a tool for God’s kingdom. God has a ministry for everyone, and He will use what you make available to Him.
Missionary-preacher David Grant’s name has become synonymous in the Assemblies of God with riveting storytelling that makes listeners laugh one minute and cry the next. Very human stories of a kid growing up in Southern parsonages mix with deeply moving stories that expose great human need around the world and the great heart of our compassionate God who cares for the neediest and exploited.
In Born to Give, Grant tells his own riveting story, of a young boy who gave God his life in an offering pan at the invitation of a legendary missionary and became a missionary to the nations, ministering throughout Southern Asia, Europe, and Asia Pacific, and to victims of sexual slavery. Inspiring both laughter and tears, Born to Give is a refreshing and real story that will lead readers to place their own lives and resources in God’s miracle-working hands and engage with Him to bring hope in a broken, unjust world.
About the Author
David L. Grant is an Assemblies of God (AG) minister who began preaching as an evangelist at the age of seventeen. Since then he has ministered in over forty nations, serving with missionaries, Mark and Huldah Buntain, in India and spending almost two decades as an area director for AG World Missions in Southern Asia. After being exposed to the dark injustice of sexual slavery in the red-light districts of Southern Asia, Grant and his wife, Beth, launched Project Rescue with their colleague K. K. Devaraj. Since it launched in 1997, Project Rescue has grown to reach almost thirty cities in ten nations in Southern Asia and Europe, and will soon minister in Africa. David has been married for forty-four years to Beth, an ordained minister with the AG who serves as an executive presbyter representing the more than nine thousand credentialed women ministers in the movement. The couple has two daughters and sons-in-law, and four grandchildren.
Paperback: 192 pages
Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.44 x 8.25 inches