Emmanuel Efuetaka (Wiseman) was a regular Christian who met a ghost and lived. He is called by God to be an Apostle with tremendous insight into his word. His ministry is marked with deep revelation, faith in God and outstanding signs of healing and miracles. He is the founder of Kings Abode Church with a vision to perfect the saints of God. Married the best for a wife (Yvette) and has a wonderful baby girl for a daughter (Edrice).
What inspires you to write?
In 2008 shortly after I was ordained; I was seeking admission to study Masters of Divinity which was unsuccessful in all my attempts. So I kept praying to the Lord for direction then one day, I heard him speak to me. I want you to write about my nature. So I said, God, I wanted to go study divinity you didn’t let me now you want me to write about your divine nature? But as the voice was strong I bought a book and titled it the Divine Nature of God. Then the Lord started showing me things about him from the scriptures and I was writing. So I wrote the first for chapters then he stopped. Then I stayed for two more years. So in 2010 I started writing and finished the book in 2011. This book was born out of a period of suffering and divine revelation in my life. It is not just a literal exposition of the Bible. Rather it is the communication of the spirit and power of God’s nature to his children, so that at the end they will be truly transformed to be like him.
This book was therefore written, because God wanted to reintroduce Himself to His church in a way that they can know him as he wants them to know Him in the 21st century.Therefore, in it is written the revelation of and understanding of how God want the church to know him to the end that they all become like him according to experience and perfection. It is written the people that know their God shall be strong and do exploits. Hence can we not conclude that the church of God is limited today in the world not by the strength of the Devil or their enemies but by the lack of the true knowledge of their God and his will for their lives?
Tell us about your writing process.
I am a natural writer, however, I must confess I am not the day-in-day-out kind of writer. I usually will sit and write for four to six hours because I usually do not like thought-flow-breaks. However, I will not begin my writing without outlining my main chapter headings. While writing, if there are any quotes or images that come to mind I usually will just note them down for later.
Who are your favorite authors?
When I think about favorites, I have many who come to mind, however, The Believer's Authority by Kenneth E. Hagin just stands out for me.
Also based on the fact that my focus is on organizations, right now I am reading SCRUM by Jeff Sutherland. it's good one for those who like changing ineffective norms
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I started out signing a contract with a publishing company that ended up closing before my book was released. so I said no more for me I will self-publish from now on, and that's how the status quo changed for me
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
The future of books is really not going to change much since some authors have time in their hands for self-publishing while some have little time so they higher publishers. more so, on the marketability, some also still like paper while some like ebooks. For me where I think there's a real big revolution is in audio on a new concept titled Audio-entertainment.
What genres do you write?
christian nonfiction, christian fiction,
What formats are your books in?
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