A MODERN-DAY PAUL
Miracles and Salvation in the Islands
What would it be like if the Book of Acts wasn't finished?
It would be something like the dynamic life and ministry of Peter Hakim Hosein, who touched the Caribbean and elsewhere in the Western World with the power of the Holy Spirit.
During his time of grief over the loss of a three year old son, Hosein's father promised the God he himself had never met personally, that he would dedicate his next born son to His full time service.
Undeterred by death threats, he traveled from village to village to heal the sick, cast out demons, and share the good news with power. Like a modern-day apostle Peter or Paul, he established churches in Trinidad and Tobago, and throughout the surrounding islands.
Acts 29: The Ministry of Peter Hakim Hosein, Apostle to the Caribbean records the largely unknown ministry of a remarkable but humble man with simple faith in a powerful God.
Drawn together from interviews with Hosein himself, and conversations with the family and fellow workers, this account will inspire you to believe God for the miraculous today--and in your own world.
Doug Cowie, a successful executive with a major international design-construct firm took an early retirement to devote himself to full time gospel ministry. Holding an undergraduate degree in engineering and an M.A. in Christian Ministry, the author has conducted seminars on marriage, personal evangelism, and church revitalization. An ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, he pastors a church in New Jersey.