Man Child in the Not So Promised Land|Apostle Michael P. Sterling
Man Child in the Not So Promised Land
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This memoir is a riveting account of a destined life that would have been cut short had it not been for the power of one woman's prayer life and unyielding faith in God. Her intercession is the wind that still blows today through her man child who has become an unwavering Apostolic voice to nations. This story teaches you to never give up on your children.
Vivian Phillips, Author Revival in the Pews

I watched my baby brother go from an abandoned child, to a youth captured by the hustle of the streets, to a life completely turned around by our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ. Then he was elevated to the pinnacle of a champion in the earth realm. His life is a miracle and it is a blessing and inspiration to walk with him.
Bishop Claudia Marshall

Dr. Michael P. Sterling, is an Apostle of God, who has walked fearlessly through a life of abject poverty, crime, rebellion and abandonment to a place of apostolic leadership spanning over 38 years. His leadership on five-fold ministry and revelation on the Kingdom of God has allowed him to masterfully equip, train, activate and deploy five-fold apostles, prophets and ministers. This process of maturation is accomplished through prophetic and apostolic schools he planted in Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Philadelphia, Arizona, Liberia - Africa, and the Netherlands. He is the author of the status quo shatterer "Upon This Rock: Revival of the Five-Fold Ministry", the Christian Counseling Workbook", and "The Five-Fold Ministry and the School of the Prophets Study Guide". . He is an apostolic father to many, and the founder and visionary of Kingdom of God Apostolic & Prophetic Ministries International in Phoenix, Arizona.


  • ISBN-13: 9781545680438
  • ISBN-10: 1545680434
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publish Date: December 2019
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.58 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.81 pounds
  • Page Count: 274