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Thankful to those who are obedient to the Most High God, those who take the risks in faith, and those who wait on Him. Thankful to those who pray. I am so thankful that these authors did all of the above. Holy God speaks. May all of His children listen and abide in Lord Jesus … Continue reading Enjoying the book!

Enjoying the book!

This is the most awesome book I’ve ever read!

Sam

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

Gabriel Miyar, Megachurch Pastor

One is never enough. Two may be O.K. but three is even better and also more like God who shows Himself as our Uncreated Triune Creator. “This is the third time I am coming to you” (said a man who knew what he was talking about:) “EVERY FACT IS TO BE CONFIRMED BY THE TESTIMONY … Continue reading Winkie Pratney

Winkie Pratney

Paul, the Apostle, thought he had God all figured out – he had been trained by the best, had all the answers – but his God was in a very small box…until one encounter, one experience on the road to Damascus with the living God blew his box to pieces! God is not an intellectual … Continue reading Pastor Steve Myatt Megachurch Pastor

Pastor Steve Myatt Megachurch Pastor

Reading Reluctantly Supernatural in an Age of Reason is a wonderful reminder that signs and wonders, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit are very much alive in the global church. Mark Cowper-Smith and Bob Maddux have written a riveting book that promises the reader an inside look at the supernatural activity of the Holy … Continue reading Dr. Wayne Goodall

Dr. Wayne Goodall

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 … Continue reading Rev. Dr. Bruce Humphrey

Rev. Dr. Bruce Humphrey

Your book was the first time I’ve read some really compelling evidence and reasoning for the “emotional” aspect of the “Holy Spirit” being part of our lives.

Celia

This is an excellent book for anyone who is hungry to get past simply going to church and into the tremendous adventure of Holy Spirit led ministry.  God has created in us a hunger to see Him invade the impossible and work through us in ways that are beyond our own human efforts.  This book … Continue reading Paul Rapley

Paul Rapley

This is the most comprehensive and informative book I have ever read on the gift of prophecy. The real-life stories will surprise you and the practical application will inspire you to step out and let God use even you in this amazing supernatural gift! John Ettore, lead pastor, Gathering Place Church

Pastor John Ettore

This book is just what we need! As America becomes increasingly secular and even hostile to the gospel, Christians are withdrawing more and more from the things of the Spirit, as if the way to win the world was to become like the world. In reality, we need to do the opposite: to be filled … Continue reading Dr. Michael Brown

Dr. Michael Brown

Reading Reluctantly Supernatural in an Age of Reason is a wonderful reminder that signs and wonders, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit are very much alive in the global church. Mark Cowper-Smith and Bob Maddux have written a riveting book that promises the reader an inside look at the supernatural activity of the Holy … Continue reading Dr. Wayne Goodall

Dr. Wayne Goodall
Science hasn’t answered all our ?’s

There are many books about the prophetic ministry from a theological perspective and likewise there are many books filled with inspiring stories of the life changing power of an accurate prophetic word – This book is unique because it strikes a balance between sound theology and practical spiritual experience. This book speaks to one of … Continue reading Rich Wilkerson

Rich Wilkerson

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