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Emanuel Minos 85 Years Old

Jan-Aage Torp
September 06, 2010
On Tuesday, September 7th, a celebration of Emanuel Minos' 85th birthday will be held in Oslo.

By Jan-Aage Torp

Emanuel Minos was born on June 11th, 1925 of a Greek father and an Egyptian mother in the nation of Congo (Kinshasa). As a tiny boy, he was adopted by the Norwegian pioneer missionaries Gunnerius & Oddbjørg Tollefsen. Already at five years old, Emanuel started to preach God's Word, and this has followed him through a long life.

Emanuel is married to his Åse, and together they have three children and many grandchildren. They reside in Oslo.

For me personally, Emanuel has had great significance, especially during the past three years.

Emanuel Minos is a man of honor.

Congratulations, Emanuel!

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