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When The Crosses Are Gone
A cross is a dangerous thing—despised, hated, and rejected. Today, forces are at work to strip the cross from public venues and to minimize its significance in our personal lives. Christians must stand up against these attacks and defend the cross as a symbol of the love and grace of God toward man.
In his popular book When The Crosses Are Gone, Dr. Michael Youssef provides a diagnosis of the insanity of the current culture and a prescription for restoring sanity to a world gone mad.
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About Dr. Michael Youssef
Michael Youssef, Ph.D., is the Founder and President of Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef, a worldwide ministry that leads the way for people living in spiritual darkness to discover the light of Christ through the creative use of media and on-the-ground ministry teams. His weekly television programs and daily radio programs are broadcast more than 4,000 times per week in 24 languages to more than 190 countries. He is also the founding pastor of The Church of The Apostles in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Youssef was born in Egypt, lived in Lebanon and Australia before coming to the United States. In 1984, he fulfilled a childhood dream of becoming an American citizen. He holds degrees from Moore College in Sydney, Australia, and from Fuller Theological Seminary in California. In 1984, he earned a Ph.D. in social anthropology from Emory University. He has authored more than 30 books, including the most recent, God, Just Tell Me What to Do. He and his wife reside in Atlanta and have four grown children and seven grandchildren.