Tony Hayes

Tony Hayes

             

Book Synopsis:

Did you know God loves you and He wants to celebrate you? Author and ordained Elder Tony Hayes expounds on the parable of the prodigal son. We were all lost in our sins before we came to know the Lord. We serve an awesome God. He saw us in our lost state, but Christ didn’t give up on us. Sin had taken us off course and had us headed to Hell. He chose to love us and get us back on track. Elder Hayes shares some of his testimony along the way. Let us examine the text and appreciate how good God is, and see that God loves people. He desires to see humanity saved. Don’t hate celebrate because God is love, and He loves humanity!

About The Author:

Elder Tony Hayes is an ordained Elder at Deliverance Cathedral Holiness Church in Burlington, N.C. Elder Hayes has a passion for winning souls and is a soul winner serving in the community. Elder Tony Hayes is a graduated from Shaw University with a degree in Religion & Philosophy. Elder Hayes is also completing his Masters in Divinity. He has been preaching and teaching the Gospel for over 17 years. He also is a proud MC, and author of the Gospel. He has been putting it down for King Jesus for 17 years. He continues to minister to souls in the streets, hospitals, and the church; a soldier in the Army of the Lord. The type of music that he ministers is Gospel Hip hop. He desires to influence the world with a hip hop message of Christ. He enjoys speaking to people on issues of today that will really impact their lives. He does it because this is what God has chosen him to do. God brought him out of the streets, so this is how he gives back with a positive message. Elder Hayes wants to point the youth and others in the right direction. The music and preaching is there to educate them and let them know that there is a better way. It's all about fulfilling the Great Commission. The music and preaching helps win people to Christ and that’s what it is all about! Elder Hayes’ vision is to just keep reaching out to souls and preaching the Gospel to the lost; so souls can be saved and delivered.