Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher Paperback
How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down
by Chad Norris;
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How Jesus flipped a Baptist preacher's world upside down and taught him about the Holy Spirit
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Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher
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Demonstrating humour, candour and personal vulnerability, this Southern Baptist preacher offers an entertaining, non-religious look at the Holy Spirit.
He shares transparently, recounting his own history of depression and panic attacks until Jesus rescued him and showed him how to do the works of the Father. As Norris explains, “I had no paradigm for that.” Then he challenges readers to engage with the supernatural.
Even though Jesus said we will do even greater things than he did, we don’t. Norris’s engaging narrative style lowers readers’ defences and opens their minds to the idea that these “greater things” are more attainable than they think.
Because we are loved more than we imagine, says Norris, we are more capable of doing the Father’s works than we have ever considered.
Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher by Chad Norris was published by Baker in May 2013 and is our 35324th best seller. The ISBN for Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher is 9780800795405.
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|Page last updated||26th April 2016|
|Author / Artist||Chad Norris|
|Publisher||Baker (May 2013)|
|Number of Pages||192|