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by Glenn E. Kunkel


Winning the Race book. Winning the Race traces the life and ministry of Dr. Bebe Patten. Because of her undeniable faith in her calling from an early age, Dr. Patten refused to stand on the sidelines and watch her vision vanish

Winning the Race book. Patten refused to stand on the sidelines and watch her vision vanish. her ministry would never be the same, and neither would Oakland, California. Ma Winning the Race traces the life and ministry of Dr.

Winning the Race traces the life and ministry of Dr.

Her telecast, The Bebe Patten Hour, aired from 1976 to the 2004, and her periodical The Trumpet Call was . Her biography, Winning the Race: Dr. Bebe Patten, Her Life and Ministry, written by Glenn Kunkel, was released in 2000

Her telecast, The Bebe Patten Hour, aired from 1976 to the 2004, and her periodical The Trumpet Call was published from 1952 to 2004. Jewish community work. Patten was an outspoken supporter of Israel. Beginning in 1962 she took her church congregation and students of Patten University on more than 25 trips to Israel. Bebe Patten, Her Life and Ministry, written by Glenn Kunkel, was released in 2000. A second biography, No Room For Doubt: The Life and Ministry of Bebe Patten, written by Dr. Abraham Ruelas, was published by Seymour Press in 2012.

Dr. Bebe Patten, her life and ministry. Published 2000 by Pathway Press in Cleveland, Tenn. MLCM 2003/04040 (B). The Physical Object.

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This book seeks to glorify God in concrete ways by discussing miracles and other answers to prayer with their contexts in Bebe (Harrison) Patten's life. The text should interest both young and older Christians as it confirms the truths of Scripture. Her ministry takes the reader back to a pre-television, t era when many more people went to church and believed in God and the Bible. The persecutions she suffered are also reminiscent of an earlier age; yet she never lost sight of her mission to establish a school. That school is now Patten University. She experienced the value that all things are possible with God.

Her biography, Winning the Race: Dr. Bebe Patten, Her Life and Ministry, written by Glenn Kunkel, was released in 2000

Her biography, Winning the Race: Dr. Oakland Tribune Retrieved: June 6, 2007. Drew Blythe Barrymore is an American actress, producer, director, author, model and entrepreneur. She is a member of the Barrymore family of actors, and the granddaughter of John Barrymore. She achieved fame as a child actress with her role in .

The Ministries of Dr. Bebe Patten, said she never thought of retiring, ministered to her . Bebe Patten, said she never thought of retiring, ministered to her Christian Cathedral congregation until June of 2003 and served as chancellor of Patten University until her passing. Though she held a conservative theology, Kunkel said, she often spoke out for women's rights and encouraged women into the ministry. Glenn Kunkel, a spokesman for Patten University who wrote a biography titled "Winning the Race: The Ministries of Dr. Bebe Patten," said she never thought of retiring, ministered to her Christian Cathedral congregation until June of 2003 and served as chancellor of Patten University until her passing.

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Άνουβις
"Winning the Race" is the definitive biography of America's most prominent female evangelist in the second half of the 20th century, Dr. Bebe Patten. Researched and written by Glenn E. Kunkel, this impressive book illumines the rich odyssey of Dr. Patten's life and ministry with original photos of religious revivals in Oakland to the building of Christian Cathedral and the creation of Patten College. To the author's credit, the book does not gloss over the challenges and difficulties that Dr. Patten had to surmount. In keeping with the metaphor of "winning the race," there are times we face unexpected roadblocks, detours, and U-turns on the road to social justice. Back in 1934, Dr. Patten was preaching in favor of racial integration at a time when Sundays were the most segregated times in American Society. And, as a woman preacher, Dr. Patten had to overcome the traditional resistence to women in the pulpit in the established churches. Today, we owe a debt of gratitude for the beachead that Dr. Patten created in race relations and the opportunities that women now enjoy in major denominations can be attributed to the efforts of Dr. Patten. To use a current metaphor in this time of the Olympics, Dr. Patten was won the race and earned the gold
Zamo
"Winning the Race" is an inspirational biography written by Dr. Glenn Kunkel on the life of Dr. Bebe Patten is an inspiration to many. She can be compared to various persons in the Bible, but I would best compare her to Paul because of the extremely difficult trials she has overcome. For example, her tent was burned down during one of her great tent revivals, (which always attracted thousands of people at a time), as she evangelized in the deep south. She also faced the rejection of her family when she went to Bible college following God's call to the ministry and so much more she had to overcome. Dr. Patten is a rock in the Christian faith. I invite all to read this book and be blessed by her fearless endeavors in the Lord and her passion for God. Dr. Patten has always loved Isreal and the Jewish people. One of her numerous achievments includes a non- Jewish chair with the Bar Ilan University in Israel. Dr. Patten is know worldwide. She founded the Patten Academy, Patten College, and the Christian Cathedral all located in Oakland, California. Follow her life from her olympic swimming days as a young Bebe Harrison, to her conversion experience, to seminary, to preaching in tent revivals as an evangelist. Dr. Patten is also an achieved song writer, musician, mother, teacher, friend, counselor and shepherdess to her sheep. She holds two doctorate degrees a Ph.D and a D.D. This book is amazing! Everyone should read it!
Justie
Having read many life stories of men and women of faith, I consider this one of the very best. Bebe Harrison faced opposition in her family at age 14 because of her faith in God and her call to the ministry. The dramatic tension between her love for God and her parents reached a climax when God called her to a city 2,500 miles away to prepare to be a preacher (!) and nothing could keep her from going. Bebe clung to God even though it meant losing her home and the support of her family. She gave up her career as a champion long-distance swimmer (her coaches said she was Olympic material)in order to be wholly devoted to God. Bebe ran the spiritual race just as intensely as she had run her swimming races. That was one of the secrets of her success as an independent girl and lady evangelist in the 1930s and 1940s and as the founder and leader Christian Cathedral and Patten Academy, and the founder of Patten College. This story of decision demanded, trials suffered and faith rewarded will be challeng and inspire young and old.
Usic
This intriguing biography will hold your interest from beginning to end as it demonstrates the life of Dr. Bebe Patten, who is world renowned in religious ranks. It portrays her exciting experiences from potential olympic swimmer to national evangelist and, finally,to founder/pastor of Christian Cathedral and founder of Patten College and Patten Academy. Any inquisitive, soul-searching person will be spiritually blessed through examples of how Dr. Patten, fully yielded to God, obeyed His voice and accomplished His will against "impossible" odds.
Conjuril
This intriguing biography will hold your interest from beginning to end as it demonstrates the life of Dr. Bebe Patten, world renowned in religious ranks. It portrays her exciting experiences from potential olympic swimmer to national evangelist and, finally, to founder-pastor of Christian Cathedral and founder of Patten College and Patten Academy in Oakland, CA. Any inquisitive soul-searching person will be spiritually blessed through examples of how Dr. Patten, fully yielded to God, obeyed His voice and accomplished His will against great odds.
Sagda
It's clear to me that this book was written before her death and is terribly biased. I'm sure she approved each and every word. This book showed her in the best of light, not the evil monster that she really was.
Winning the Race: Dr. Bebe Patten : Her Life and Ministry ebook
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Glenn E. Kunkel
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