This Changes Everything Paperback
How God Can Transform Your Mind and Change Your Life
by C. Peter Wagner;
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This Changes Everything
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How does God change your life? It begins in your mind. If you are unable to change your thoughts and see the world from a different viewpoint, there can be no transformation by the renewing of your mind (Rom. 12:2). While thinking differently is difficult, the Bible makes it clear that it is a necessary part of spiritual growth.
In This Changes Everything, renowned missiologist C. Peter Wagner draws upon the thought transforming shifts that have taken place in his life and explains how God has used them to move him into new areas of ministry. Readers will learn how to distinguish moral imperatives from personal preferences on the paradigm spectrum, be encouraged to follow Gods leading in shifting their mindsets and be inspired to step out in faith to the new places where God will lead them.
This Changes Everything by C. Peter Wagner was published by Gospel Light in April 2013 and is our 5106th best seller. The ISBN for This Changes Everything is 9780830766277.
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|Page last updated||27th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||C. Peter Wagner|
|Publisher||Gospel Light (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||240|