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A Man and A Vision: A Biography of Apostle Geoffrey D. Numbere

by Pastor Dr Nonyem E. Numbere (author)

Apostle Geoffrey Dabibi Numbere is the Founder and International Director of Greater Evangelism World Crusade, a Pentecostal Christian organisation with its Headquarters in Port Harcourt City, the Capital of Rivers State of Nigeria. He was born again on Sunday, 11 May 1969. God called him into full-time ministry on 3 March 1970, after which he founded Greater Evangelism World Crusade on Saturday, 9 September 1972. Amidst much persecution, opposition and difficulties, the Ministry pioneered indigenous Pentecostalism and evangelism in Rivers and Bayelsa States of Nigeria in the 1970’s. Today, the Ministry has grown beyond the shores of Nigeria to some African countries, and it has a branch in the United Kingdom which was officially registered as a charity in 2004.

This book is a ‘must’ for any person who desires to experience everything that God can do through a person wholly given over to His service. It is a ‘must’ for every Pentecostal who seriously wonders if the age of miracles and divine healing really did pass away with the ending of the Apostolic Era. But especially for those aspiring to become Pentecostal leaders, this book, A Man And A Vision, will inspire your faith and give you an honest hope that what God did in the Apostolic Church, He can and still does so today through those wholly committed to His service.


Publisher: Greater Evangelism Publications (first edition, 2008)

Language: English

ISBN: 978-35431-3-X (Hardcover); 978-35431-4-8 (Paperback)

Pages: 560

Rev. James T. Pearce

Senior Pastor, Faith Chapel

Assemblies of God


Massachusetts, USA

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