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Supernatural Missions
Supernatural Missions by Randy Clark

Price: $17.99
Author: Compiled by Randy Clark
Subtitle: The Impact of the Supernatural on World Missions
Format: Paperback
Length: 397 Pages
Published: 2017

Stock Status:In Stock

Commissioned to take the gospel across cultural boundaries, Christians established seminaries, Bible schools and training centers with the intent of training students for a life of ministry. Still, many students graduate without any exposure to the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit. These students go to the frontlines without any idea what impact the supernatural would have on their mission work.

Building on the stories and experiences of a number of experts, Supernatural Missions clearly establishes the relationship between the supernatural and missions. Focused on providing an accurate understanding of the topic, this book delves into the many dimensions of world missions, from historical to cultural, from biblical to supernatural. Learn how God uses demonstrations of power to advance the Kingdom around the world and see how the Bible is not just a book of wisdom, precepts and principles, but also a book about people who heard the Word and responded in faith and with power.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Why Power Makes a Difference in Missions – Randy Clark
Chapter 2: Finishing the Unfinished Task – Leif Hetland
Chapter 3: The Biblical Basis for World Missions, Part 1 – Bill Jackson
Chapter 4: The Biblical Basis for World Missions, Part 2 – Bill Jackson
Chapter 5: Missions Through Church History – Peter Prosser
Chapter 6: Spirit-filled Missions – Clifton Clarke
Chapter 7: Prophecy & Missions – Rolland Baker
Chapter 8: Power & Muslim Missions – D.J.
Chapter 9: The Prophetic Destiny of Israel and the Jewish People – Jonathan Bernis
Chapter 10: Power Evangelism in Short-term Mission Trips – Randy Clark
Chapter 11: Primacy of Love in Missions with Power – Heidi Baker
Chapter 12: Holistic Transformational Missions at the Margins – Bob Ekblad
Chapter 13: A Weaving of Anthropological Insights – Lesley-Anne Leighton
Chapter 14: Issues and Trends in Missions – Howard Foltz
Chapter 15: Development Aid as Power Evangelism: This Mieze Model – Don Kantel
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