A gala autograph party and book-signing on Sunday evening, September 25, followed an evening of focus on BMH Books author Tom Julien’s new book, The Three Princes: Lifting the Veil on the Unseen World.
Several hundred friends and supporters attended the event, held at the Winona Lake (Ind.) Grace Brethren Church. Jay Bell of Grace Brethren International Missions gave context for the book, speaking about his own experience in dealing with the spirit world and observing that the noted author Neil Anderson, who has published extensively in this area, asked for the privilege of writing the foreword to Julien’s book.
Jesse Deloe spoke from a literary perspective. As senior editor of BMH Books, Deloe edited the Julien manuscript prior to publication. Author Tom Julien, who has been a missionary to France, former executive director of Grace Brethren International Missions, and now discipleship pastor at the Winona Lake church, spoke on the content of the book, opening with several dramatic incidents from the time he and his late wife, Doris, spent in France when they had to deal with issues of the spirit world.
Warning readers that this is a book for reflection, not a “quick read,” Julien challenged the audience to examine the work of the Spirit in their own lives and to use the dramatic story of the three princes–Adam, Satan, and Christ–as an occasion to reflect on the glory of God and His spiritual provision for mankind.
Dr. James Nesbitt, of the Grace Seminary faculty, prayed a prayer of dedication for the book and for spiritual protection on all who will read and use it, and then an autograph party and refreshment time provided by BMH Books followed in the courtyard of the church.
The Three Princes may be ordered here.