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Rev. Dr. Harry L. Seawright Encourages Fellow Pastors to Stay Strong and Faithful despite Physical and Mental Stress

The book “Don’t Faint: Help for Hurting Pastors and Their Families” is the perfect guide not only for affected pastors and their families but also for individuals who are in pain.

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I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With Him, at my right hand, I will not be shaken.

Rev. Dr. Seawright’s book reveals testimonies and memoirs of pastors who are in deep pain due to mental and physical fatigue. Pastors have been preaching to others about good deeds and all, but are blind to their own pain. They have been pretending to be strong and healthy and they continue to carry out their responsibilities.

Rev. Dr. Seawright helps in spiritually and physically uplifting the pastors and their respective families and saves them from more complications.

The book is highly recommended to all clerics from all denominations and walks of life who are struggling with personal problems. No amount of money can buy health and happiness. One needs spiritual and mental healing so that everything else follows.

“Don’t Faint: Help for Hurting Pastors and Their Families” will be one of the compelling books readers may find displayed in the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair happening soon on May 30, 2018. Mark your calendar and grab a copy.

Don’t Faint: Help for Hurting Pastors and Their Families
Written by: Rev. Dr. Harry L. Seawright
Published by: Xlibris Corporation
Published date: January 29, 2012
Paperback price: $34.28 
About the Author
Bishop Harry L. Seawright, currently serves as the Presiding Prelate of the 9th Episcopal District of the AME Church, the Chairman of the AME Church Health Commission; Chairman of the AME Church Economic Development Commission. He also serves on the Governor’s Advisory Board at the J. F. Ingram State Technical College in Deatsville, Alabama. Bishop Seawright wrote this book while he was the Pastor of Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Brandywine, Maryland, where he had served for 30 years. He is a native of Swansea, South Carolina. Bishop Seawright was called to preach in 1977; ordained as an Itinerant Deacon in the AME Church in 1979 and as an Itinerant Elder in the AME Church in 1981. In 1991, Rev. Dr. Seawright led the construction of the new $1.6 sanctuary. Under Rev. Dr. Seawright’s leadership and with God’s anointing, Union Bethel had over 50 innovative ministries and 50 sons and daughters in ministry.

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