Advance Praise

Tim R. Barker, D.Min.

South Texas Assemblies of God Ministries

Take a trip back in time, in a front-row seat, to witness the faithfulness of God. In our crazed, fear-stricken world, John Anderson provides an escape to focus on what is certain; faith & God’s faithfulness. An Inheritance Incorruptible allowed me the privilege of recounting similar ‘testimonies’ in my own journey. It’s a must-read!

Cecil J.V. Newton

late of the U.S. Army, 87th Infantry Combat Division, active in the second advance on the Rhineland and Central Europe, 1945

John Anderson is my friend and neighbor. We worship in the same church and to the same God who watched over me in World War 2, along with those whom you’ll read about here. He is a good storyteller and is good at putting it on paper. History and faith jump off each page, and it’s clear to see why the title is ‘An Inheritance Incorruptible’. I have often traveled the East Texas Piney Woods area, which he writes about and my wife’s family lived there. Selma Newton’s lifelong strong faith was reinforced by the powerful works of God that she witnessed here, just as did so many within this story. Take my advice, read on and be encouraged!

Gary Sapp

Lead Pastor, Harvest Church, West Monroe, LA

When I first met Johnny, I met a man on a mission. He has a heart for people and for ministry. The writing in his book comes from a heart after God, like David in the Bible, who chased after what the Holy Spirit wanted of his life. I gladly endorse this book knowing the man and his life.