Mack C. Mason
Pen Name: None
Has lived in Kewanee and northern Illinois.
Biographical and Professional Information
Mack C. Mason is an author, ordained pastor, a gifted singer/songwriter, and a professional voice talent heard over radio and television since 1976. A husband and father, he enjoys reading, cooking and traveling.
- Saints in the Land of Lincoln: Urban Development of a Pentecostal Denomination and the Birth of the Gospel Music Industry, Faithday Press, 2004
- Holding on from the Inside Out: Living By Faith When Life Is Upside Down, Faithday Press, 2006
- Make Room for the Holy Ghost: Azusa Advancing: 100 Years of Pentecostal Ministry in America, Faithday Press, 2006
- Heaven's Railway: The Story of Bishop John O. Mason, Faithday Press,
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
Saints in the Land of Lincoln: The Urban Development of a Pentecostal Denomination and the Birth of the Gospel Music Industry
Release Date: 2004
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
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