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Divine Alliance
Divine Alliance by Jim Laffoon

Price: $12.99
Author: Jim Laffoon
Format: Paperback
Length: 118 Pages
Published: 2002

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We are in the midst of a great reformation! God has been sovereignly moving to restore the offices of apostle and prophet to us which, according to Ephesians 2:20, are the very foundation of the church. But as those who are called to be Gods apostles and prophets in todays church attempt to relate to one another, their efforts are often met with pain, frustration, and misunderstanding. In addition, pastors are also often at a loss for knowing how they should relate to apostles and apostolic teams. In this book, Jim Laffoon takes an honest look at the problems within these relationships and offers sound and practical guidelines for moving beyond the barriers into the fruitful, divine alliance that God needs to build His church and fulfill the Great Commission.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: How Apostles and Prophets Operate in Todays World

Chapter 2: The Relationship Between Apostles and Prophets

Chapter 3: The Relationship Among Prophets

Chapter 4: The Relationship Among Apostles

Chapter 5: Apostolic Teams and the Senior Pastor

Chapter 6: Maintaining Apostolic Partnerships

Subject Index


A Divine Alliance assumes a prominent place among the distinguished foundational textbooks for the New Apostolic Reformation. Jim Laffoon provides us a wealth of crucial insights backed by a combination of wisdom, experience, and anointing that break strategic new ground for the kingdom of God.

C. Peter Wagner, Chancellor, Wagner Leadership Institute

About the Author

Jim Laffoon has been involved in Christian ministry for 25 years serving as a missionary, Dean of Students at a Bible college, and as a senior pastor. He now serves on the International Apostolic Team of Morning Star International and travels widely ministering prophetically to the body of Christ both at home and abroad. Jim lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Cathy, and their four children.