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Carter Conlon’s New Book Is a Personal Testimony, Prophetic Voice

It’s hard to imagine that Carter Conlon, the senior pastor of Times Square Church in Manhattan, was once bound by fear.

After all, he succeeded David Wilkerson—one of the most influential Christians of the 20th Century—at a high-profile church in the world’s most influential city. Conlon recently returned from a conference in India where he addressed 4,700 pastors and often speaks in some of the most hostile regions on earth.

Yet there was a time when he was paralyzed by fear and turned to alcohol to numb its affect. In college, he would avoid the spotlight at any cost, breaking out in a sweat if called upon. Social situations were equally as challenging.

“Fear was a dominant part of my life for nine years, but the Lord set me free,” he said.

That deliverance happened 34 years ago when he first confessed Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. And now, after living a transformed life and experiencing the freedom that only the Gospel can give, the native of Canada seeks to help others overcome fear.

His latest book, Fear Not: Living Courageously in Uncertain Times, is a personal testimony, prophetic voice, and devotional wrapped in 147 pages.

The book came out in August. In the first chapter, Conlon writes: “I don’t believe I need to convince you that the days ahead are going to be more difficult than ever.” That chapter is entitled, “The Coming Storm.”

And on October 30, Hurricane Sandy unleashed her fury on Metro New York City and the Jersey Shore and left a wake of devastation not seen since 9/11. Conlon says this is the time for the Church to rise up and not cower in fear.

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