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Heaven Now Book Series (3 Books)

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Jesus Has Come In The Flesh (Heaven Now) (Volume 3)
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Present Access To Heaven (Heaven Now) (Volume 1)
Present Access To Heaven (Heaven Now) (Volume 1) (October 12, 2016)
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I Will Awaken The Dawn (Heaven Now) (Volume 2)
I Will Awaken The Dawn (Heaven Now) (Volume 2) (October 13, 2016)
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Jesus Has Come In The Flesh (Heaven Now) (Volume 3)
Jesus Has Come In The Flesh (Heaven Now) (Volume 3) (October 12, 2016)
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More About the Authors
Jonathan Brenneman
Jonathan Brenneman

Jonathan Brenneman was born in Rochester, New York and raised in Pennsylvania. Although a very troubled child he was at the same time very religious. He read the Bible from cover to cover when he was seven years old, all the while questioning and wondering about the existence of God. 


When Jonathan was nine years old, he woke up one morning with bad back pain. His mother prayed for him, and to his surprise, he felt something like a hot ball of energy rolling up and down inside his back, and the pain melted away. It was shocking to say the least, but it convinced him God did exist! He later told his friends, "I know that God is real. I felt his hand on my back."

In spite of this experience however, Jonathan still had no peace. He prayed the "sinners prayer" but with no change until two years later when he had a "born again" experience. It felt like heaven opened and unexplainable joy and peace descended upon him! He was different, and knew it! The things he had felt so guilty about that he tried unsuccessfully to change, were simply gone. 


After this time, Jonathan dedicated his life to the Lord as a missionary, going on his first mission trip at age fourteen. As a teenager and young adult he continued to travel and learn languages. Then, when he was twenty-one and during a time of desperation, Jonathan went to a Christian conference where he was very encouraged and touched by the Lord. It was a start of a supernatural lifestyle and growing in spiritual gifts during which time many amazing miracles and healings began to happen.

Jonathan worked in construction, but in between jobs he began to visit churches in the United States and Canada as well as in Latin America and Eastern Europe. His ministry journeys have included Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Canada, Mexico, Belize, and Brazil. In these places Jonathan has encouraged the believers and shared testimonies, and spoken with unbelievers and prayed for them. He also worked with children and seniors. He dedicated a lot of time to talking with, praying for, and encouraging people wherever he went, all the while growing in an experience of a love for people that is beyond understanding--for it is God's love. Jonathan believes it is a wonderful and tremendous privilege to be able to serve the people for whom Jesus gave his life.


Jonathan now lives in Rio de Janeiro Brazil with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Rebekah. He loves people very much, enjoys being with them, and rejoices at seeing what the Holy Spirit does in their lives. He likes to minister in the role of caring for people, laying hands on the sick, visiting the elderly, and working with children--always with the intention of loving them so they in turn will learn to love others with the love of God.
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