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If I Die…Risking Death to Follow Jesus

If I Die…Risking Death to Follow Jesus

by Vernon Brewer

It seems that every day we hear another news story of a church that is attacked, a missionary who is held hostage, or a Christian who has been murdered for their faith. Although we live in a world of disbelief and mistrust, we as Christians cannot afford to be skeptics about persecution.

These stories of horrendous persecution and suffering should shake us to our very being. This is not make-believe. This is not a book of fiction. This is not sensationalism created for an upcoming movie! These are actual, very graphic, and unbelievable accounts of persecution. This is reality!

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About the Author

VERNON BREWER is the founder ofWorld Help, a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world. World Help gives help for today and hope for tomorrow through humanitarian aid, education and sustainability projects, and spiritual development programs such as Bible distribution and church planting. Vernon has led more than 500 church evangelistic crusades and rallies and has lectured on more than 30 college and university campuses. He has spoken to more than 1 million teenagers in public high school assembly programs and is a frequent conference speaker. He also has preached and led conferences in more than 67 countries worldwide. In addition, he has personally taken over 4,000 people to the mission field. Vernon’s considered to be an outspoken advocate for the persecuted church. He has appeared on various major media outlets, including Fox News, Fox News Radio, and CBN News, to speak about the topic.

Vernon was the first graduate of Liberty University in 1973. He served as Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Development at Liberty University from 1980 –1992. In 2009, he was named Liberty University Alumnus of the Year. He received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Liberty University in May 2010. In 2015, Vernon was inducted into his public high school’s hall of fame. He also is the author of five other books: The Forgotten Children, Children of Hope, Defining Moments, causelife, and Why.

Vernon and his wife, Patty, have three married daughters, Noel, Nikki, and Jenny; one married son, Josh, and eight grandchildren. Vernon and Patty reside in Forest, Virginia.

Donation Policy: Your gift will be used exclusively for the exempt purposes of World Help, a 501(c)(3) organization, and will be considered tax-deductible to the full extent allowed under the federal tax laws. You should consult with your personal income tax advisor for more guidance about your individual tax situation. Gifts are considered to be without restriction unless explicitly stipulated by the donor. All restricted gifts for a specific project receive an administrative assessment, which is used to offset administrative and fundraising costs. If contributed funds exceed the specific need of a project, or due to unforeseen circumstances the project cannot be completed, those funds will be used where they will make the greatest impact to fulfill the mission and purpose of World Help. You can access World Help’s full financial reports at worldhelp.net/financials.

You may also request a hard copy, as well as descriptions of World Help’s programs, by calling 800-541-6691.

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