World Humanitarian & Women's Ministry Pioneer, Marilyn Hickey, to Release Autobiography
"It was a very dangerous time in a very dangerous nation. A man with a gun was stationed outside the door of my hotel room 24/7 for protection because 32 suicide bombers had taken an oath to blow up the stadium with thousands of people, my entire team, and me in it..." (Hickey, Marilyn. It's Not Over Until You Win. 2019)
NEWS PROVIDED BYMarilyn Hickey Ministries
Oct. 15, 2019
CENTENNIAL, Colo., Oct. 15, 2019 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Regardless of the circumstances, Marilyn Hickey is a force to be reckoned with. At 88, this ground-breaking minister and humanitarian continues to travel the globe in her quest to share the Gospel and build bridges with all people, groups and cultures. She has journeyed to 137 countries; often putting herself at great risk. Recent trips include Sudan, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, India, China and Pakistan. In 2016, more than one million people attended her meeting in Karachi, Pakistan and she was just recently selected by Pakistani President, Arif Aivi, and Grand Imam, Maulana Syed Muhammad Abdul Khabir Azad, to receive the International Lifetime Peace Award. Her new autobiography, It's Not Over Until You Win, will be released on November 5, 2019.
With extreme transparency, It's Not Over Until You Win, details Marilyn's journey from a young girl overcoming sexual abuse and depression to a revolutionary figure who helped redefine the role of women in Christian ministry and media. Marilyn has been an active participant in many of the most world-changing spiritual events of the past sixty years. In addition, her daily television program, Today with Marilyn and Sarah, is broadcast in nearly 200 countries.
Written by one of the world's most beloved and sought-out Bible scholars, It's Not Over Until You Win has been endorsed by ministry leaders like Joyce Meyer, and T.D. Jakes as well as celebrities like sportscaster and journalist J.B. Brown.
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