Ron Dunn (1936 – 2001) was an international itinerant Bible teacher whose life still inspires many of today’s most influential pastors. In this new biography, fellow disciple Ron Owens writes to pass along the spirit and passion of this man who, from his mother’s womb, was called to preach the Word of God.
We learn this calling had to be worked out in the context of some of the highest peaks and deepest valleys a person can experience, from great success in ministry to the tragic suicide of Dunn’s son and a ten-year battle with clinical depression that followed.
Ultimately the grace of God expanded Dunn’s ministry further, and this celebration of his life and mission includes special remembrances from Christian leaders, excerpts from his best-selling books, abridged versions of his most popular sermons, and notes from his wife Kaye.
Ron Owens has multi-faceted ministries that include teaching, preaching, and music, and he was associate to Henry Blackaby in the Office of Prayer and Spiritual Awakening at the North American Mission Board. His previous books include Manley Beasley: Man of Faith, Instrument of Revival and Return to Worship.