Mack C. Mason
Pen Name: None
Born: 1959 in Chicago
Mason was born in Chicago and has lived in Kewanee and northern Illinois. He currently resides in Hazel Crest.
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 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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