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A lecture tour of the UK in September and the U.S. in November 2014

From 1 to 21 September, Dr John will be going on his first official lecture tour about Diospi Suyana in England, Wales and Scotland. Later, during the first three weeks of  November, he is planning a tour of the United States of America on which he will present his book “I have seen God”, available on the UK market from September. If you would like to help us with travel arrangements, please contact our German office at:  info@diospi-suyana.org

Dr. John speaks to audiences of Christians and non-Christians, at charity clubs, universities, corporations and churches of all denominations.  He neither asks for fees nor donations. His live presentations, however, are so gripping that patients with high blood pressure trouble need to double their dose.

A few days ago, Joshua Searle, a lecturer of Spurgeon‘s College in London (see picture above), wrote the following words to describe the story of Diospi Suyana:

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Cover of English language edition

I cannot ever remember reading a book that brought tears to my eyes. But when I read Dr Klaus John’s book, ‘Ich habe Gott gesehen: Diospi Suyana – Hospital der Hoffnung’, I was profoundly moved and occasionally struggled to read the pages through misty eyes. I cannot ever remember being so moved just from reading a book. I don’t usually write about books on this blog, but this one I found so remarkable that I want to give readers the opportunity to read it and to gain for themselves a new perspective on the sacredness of life and the power of Christian compassion.

First published in Germany in 2010, the book has become a bestseller and is already in its seventh edition. The English translation of the book is being prepared and will be published by the leading Christian publisher, Lion Hudson, in the autumn under the title, ‘I Have Seen God: The Miraculous Story of the Diopsi Suyana Hospital in Peru’.

Although the author is unapologetically Christian and his faith perspective is apparent throughout, my hope is that people of all faiths and none will be able to read this book and be inspired and encouraged by the vision, humanity and compassion that exude from every page. Diospi Suyana is from the Quetchan language and is translated into English as, ‘We trust in God’.

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