Powering Up Paperback
The fulfillment and fruit of a God-fuelled life
by Jack Graham;
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Christ-centered churches want to develop disciples who exhibit an active, transforming faith. New believers desire to "live the life" and change the world for good. And anyone living beneath their God-given potential longs for a fresh dose of God's life-changing, habit-altering power. But how does it happen?
Where is the start-up button on our spiritual lives? What moves us from "empty" to "full" in our hearts and witness? How do we access God's provision for prevailing against the enemy? The key is to fully engage the power of the Holy Spirit, says author and pastor Jack Graham, not to work independently of it as Christians so often do.
In this enlightening, encouraging small-group and personal resource, Graham uses captivating first-person stories, compelling insights, and contemporary imagery to help believers first understand the Spirit's role, then tap into and practice his power. As Graham illustrates the powered-up life, he also casts a vision for the empowered church, leading readers to a supernatural infusion of spiritual vigor that ultimately and victoriously displays Christ to the watching world.
Jack Graham serves as pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church one of the nations largest congregations. His passionate, biblical teaching is seen and heard across the US and around the world on PowerPoint Ministries. He is a former two-term president of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Powering Up by Jack Graham was published by Crossway in April 2009. The ISBN for Powering Up is 9781433506581.
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Details for Powering Up
|Author / Artist||Jack Graham|
|Publisher||Crossway (April 2009)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||4th February 2018|