Deep, sound teaching coupled with lively, relevant experience written specifically and skillfully for our day and age on one of the key functions of the Holy Spirit.
Gabriel Miyar, Megachurch Pastor, Guadalajara, Mexico
What an engaging, challenging, and helpful book about growing our service for Jesus by experimenting with and using Holy Spirit gifts. I wrestled with their suggestion that any follower of Jesus can prophesy even though few have the title of prophet. Trusting their gracious, encouraging approach to this Holy Spirit gift, I find their teaching rings true. If you are up for a spiritual adventure that grows your curiosity and joy, don’t just read this book, use it as a manual for personal mission.
Rev. Dr. Bruce Humphrey,
Retired Head Pastor of a Presbyterian Megachurch
Dr. Goodall tells the importance of reading Mark and Bob’s new book Reluctantly Supernatural at this time in our history. Dr. Wayde Goodall has written and co-authored 14 books, including; Success Kills , Why Great Men Fall , Conflict Management for Church Leaders , Marriage and Family , The Fruit of the Spirit , The … Continue reading Endorsement
One of the common problems facing people who want to move in prophetic ministry is the fear of shaming the Christian Faith in the event their word is not accurate. Mark addresses this and other issues. How we deliver a prophetic word is often as important as the word itself. Stay tuned to catch upcoming … Continue reading Mark addresses this issue
Until you step out and try something everything you know about it is nothing more than theory. Only by risking will we experience the power of God. Mark and Bob’s book, Reluctantly Supernatural in an age of Reason, is full of examples of risk-taking that resulted in life-changing power encounters. It is also a practical … Continue reading Podcast promo
Most of the time we receive as much of God as we hunger for, so the question becomes how do I increase my spiritual hunger for the things of the Spirit. The more we know God, the more we enjoy God. The more we enjoy God the more we experience God. God’s power follows God’s … Continue reading Where to start?