Rocky Face Author Relays God’s Miracles In Latest Book Sequel

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Author D.E. Baker announces the nationwide release of his new healing novel, “Life After Death and Modern Day Miracles: Second Edition,” a story of God’s miracles and how it could change someone’s life forever.

This book consists of stories about real miracles, things that really happened to Mr. Baker. Being an ordinary guy, he asked for God’s help. And indeed, God did. The Lord introduced himself to Mr.Baker in a big way.

He narrated how God showed him life after death and what happens afterward. He sent angels to protect Baker from being shot to death. The lord healed him from diseases in his body and he is confident that the Lord can do the same for anyone.                                            

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Mr. Baker have long been experiencing and seeing miracles since he was a child. He has been educated in and currently holds a bachelor’s degree in Theology. He was called to preach 20 years ago. Mr. Baker has been a member of a gospel singing group for 20 years. He is married to his lovely wife Rosetta and they have been working together in the ministry. They reside in the northwestern corner of Georgia. Both he and his wife love praying for the people of Georgia.


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