Word + Spirit = Power Paperback
The Secret to Empowered Living
by Charles Carrin; Jack Taylor; R. T. Kendall;
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Word + Spirit = Power
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Church congregations often fall into two potholes. The first, when the Bible is emphasized without welcoming the Holy Spirit, who inspired the Bible. And the second, when a congregation seek the Holy Spirit and forget sound Bible teaching.
So whats the result of falling in the pothole? A schism emerges where God is void Christianity without the power of God.
With the collective of 170 years of diverse ministry R.T. Kendall, Charles Carrin, and Jack Taylor show us the formula to follow. Preach the Word and welcome the Spirit, to then see God manifest his power bringing salvation, miracles, healings, heart understanding, and much more.
This book contains the simple yet highly effective method for leading a church into the fullness of God. Every church leader or person in a leadership position will benefit from learning this formula, then putting it into practice.
Charles Carrin spent most of his ministry denying the supernatural gifts of the Spirit. However, a crisis caused him to revise his theology, and now he works in the power of the Spirit. R.T. Kendalls life was miraculously transformed when his wife was healed of a serious illness. Author of numerous books, he also leads conferences throughout North America. Jack Taylor has seen all the significant revivals over the past 50 years.
Word + Spirit = Power by Charles Carrin; Jack Taylor; R. T. Kendall was published by Baker in July 2012 and is our 27719th best seller. The ISBN for Word + Spirit = Power is 9780800795269.
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|Page last updated||15th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Charles Carrin; Jack Taylor; R. T. Kendall|
|Publisher||Baker (July 2012)|
|Number of Pages||208|