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Book Release: Miracles at the Door

Interview by V. Michelle Bernard
Published 10/16/2013

Miracles at the Door gives a sneak peek into Don Draper’s 37-year literature evangelism career.

During this time Draper, a member of the Chesapeake Conference’s Hagerstown Church in Hagerstown, Md., faced many challenges, including a death threat, dog bites and fear. But he also experienced many blessings. The book shares his stories of answered prayers and miracles that happened mostly in Maryland and its surrounding states.

Q: Why did you decide to write this book?

A: I wrote the book to show people how God works miracles today just as He did in the past. 

Q: What was the biggest miracle that happened to you during your time as a literature evangelist? 

A: When I was starting and went out on my own and prayed if God wanted me in this work, He would have to show me a miracle.  That day I talked with three families and they all purchased the books.  I didn't know how to write the contracts so I had to go back the next day with my district leader and all three families still wanted the books.  That's when I knew that God wanted me in this work.

Miracles at the Door was published by Teach Services, Inc., and is available at teachservices.com.

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