Raffoul Najem was born in Beirut, Lebanon. He was saved in 1971 and graduated from Life Bible College. After immigrating to the United States in 1976 he was ordained by Middle East Gospel Outreach Ministries (1980) and by Faith Christian Fellowship International in (1994). In 1982 he co-founded Community Christian Fellowship (now CCF Ministries), an international church in 8 locations where he functions as the Senior Pastor. Apostle Najem is the co-founder and administrator of Community Christian Academy, providing families in the greater Lowell area with a solid Christian education. He also co-founded the Citywide Church of Greater Lowell - a movement of churches that collaborate to empower and mobilize God’s people for the purpose of transforming a generation and their community.
Apostle Najem is a visionary with a heart for all ethnicities. This calling has opened doors to the nations where he continues to proclaim the good news of the Kingdom of God. Having an apostolic calling, he is a mentor and a father to pastors and Christian leaders across the globe who seek to transform and influence the world with the message of the Kingdom of God. He moves under the authority and power of the Holy Spirit with a message that is practical, relevant, and life changing. He is the father of three adult children (Jennifer, Laura, and Joshua) and a proud grandfather of two precious grand-daughters.
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It is my heartfelt desire that those who read STRONG WINGS will gain a deeper understanding of our most personal and loving God and his extraordinary power in their lives. If I can soar above impossibilities, so can you!
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FORWARD BY Dr. Doug Stringer, " . . . As I read through the pages of his book, “Strong Wings: Gentle Wind,” a plethora of emotions captured my thoughts and heart. Although I’ve known Raffoul for many years, it was like I entered into a made for movie novel filled with much intrigue, suspense, suffering, pain, breakthroughs, and miracles. Yet, it’s not some fictitious novel, but a real life story . . . "