The Wild Spirit – Russ Parker

£6.99

An invitation to step into the open spaces where the wind of God’s Spirit is blowing. It demonstrates that renewal is not a hobby for Christians to enjoy in privacy, but means being driven out on the Cavalry road, public rejection, private struggles, and an encounter with the wonder of God.

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This book is a series of pieces on the person and work of the Holy Spirit. It includes reflections on healing, prophecy, evangelism, and personal experiences of renewal. The author shows that renewal is not a hobby which Christians can enjoy in the privacy of their own churches. It means going on to the road to Calvary, being called to effective witness, public rejection, private struggles and encounter with the wonder of God.

ABOUT – Rev. Dr Russ Parker was Director of the Acorn Christian Healing Foundation from 1995-2013. He was responsible for developing partnerships on listening and reconciliation in 12 nations ranging from Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Burundi, Hong Kong and the United States. Russ is now the director of 2Restore which resources churches to resolve unhealed issues and move forward in a renewed ability to flourish as God intends.

He is the author of Healing Dreams, Free to Fail, Forgiveness is Healing, The Wild Spirit, Healing Wounded History and Rediscovering the Ministry of Blessing. Russ travels extensively around the UK and abroad, lecturing and teaching on issues connected with Christian healing and healthcare, reconciliation and church transformation. Russ is married to Roz and lives near Farnham, Surrey. His hobbies are photography and visiting Celtic holy places. He supports Liverpool Football Club, whether they are winning or losing!

 

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