eBook: Prayer Power
eBook: Prayer Power
If you are ready to embark on a new spiritual adventure, Prayer Power is your book.
It will help you:
Tap into God’s riches and blessings.
Refresh your spirit and energize your faith.
Bring new life and vitality to your prayer life.
Reach a higher spiritual realm where you can live above natural circumstances.
This book can bring about a total transformation of your life through the power of prayer. Dr. John Chacha portrays a believer who dares to move mountains of impossibility, who refuses to bow to pressures and circumstances, who dares to face the enemy without fear, and a believer who know his rights as a child of God. Countless testimonies have come from people who have applied the teachings of this book and now see prayer as a marvelous adventure. Your life can also be changed as you learn how to incorporate prayer into your daily life and experience Prayer Power!
Dr. Chacha lived an amazing life. Born on January 15, 1955 in a small village in Western Tanzania, he was the oldest of ten children. Although Dr. Chacha left his native land and completed his higher education in the United States, he had a heart for Africa and for the nations. After his education and marriage, he founded Teamwork Ministries International, Inc. based in Martinsville, Virginia and focused his ministry on writing books, developing church-based Bible schools, and speaking in conferences and seminars around the world. He has written over twenty books. After years of ministry, in 2007, he had a vision to return to his home village “to transform communities and to redeem and save young people who have been forgotten by life.” Out of this vision, he and his wife established City of Hope in his home village in Tanzania. The center serves as an orphanage for 100 children, a primary school for 450 students and a medical center for the community. COH was positioned to bring peace and hope through serving people in need. Dr. Chacha was recognized for peace-building efforts by a visit of President Kikwete (of Tanzania) to COH. Dr Chacha is survived by his wife, Regina, who is now the executive director of Teamwork Ministries, and their children: Son – Mwita and daughter-in-law Monica, Son: Imani, and Daughters: Susan, Tenzi, Rose, Sarah and the all the children at COH who considered him to be their father. Since his passing, the work has continued, resulting in the opening of the Dr. Chacha Secondary School and Institute of Leadership in 2017. Though he is gone, his words continue to speak and to inspire and the vision continues to grow because it was a vision birthed in prayer.