A Rushing Mighty Wind Paperback
By the author of the best-selling Faith Like Potatoes
by Angus Buchan;
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A Rushing Mighty Wind
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Drawing on the first revival in Acts and past and present revivals, he teaches important truths about the Holy Spirit that will dynamically shape our lives today. He asks what that might mean for the future: A move of God's Spirit will stretch and challenge us but it will bring desperately needed transformation to our cities and nations. God wants to impart a fresh hunger for His presence and for the supernatural move of the Holy Spirit in our hearts but how can that be realized?A Rushing Mighty Wind will amaze and inspire you as you discover a new-found passion for the Holy Spirit.
A Rushing Mighty Wind by Angus Buchan was published by Lion Hudson in June 2014 and is our 18685th best seller. The ISBN for A Rushing Mighty Wind is 9780857215550.
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Angus Buchan is a farmer in South Africa whose profound faith has
carried him through many crises, both professional and personal. He shot
to international attention in the wake of the book and film Faith Like Potatoes.
He has filled the largest stadiums in South Africa to capacity and has
spoken to large gatherings around the world. Angus continues his work as
an international evangelist but is perhaps best known for The Mighty
Men Conference, which gathers over 200,000 Christian men.
Details for A Rushing Mighty Wind
|Page last updated||5th November 2015|
|Author / Artist||Angus Buchan|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (June 2014)|
|Edition||1st New edition|
|Number of Pages||192|