voice in the night the true story of a man and the miracles that are changing africa

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Voice In The Night

Author : Pastor Surprise
ISBN : 9781441270191
Genre : Religion
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Astonishing True Story of the Miracles That Are Changing Africa Born into a long line of witch doctors, Surprise ("Surpresa") Sithole was destined for a life of fear, oppression, and poverty in the jungles of Africa. But at the age of fifteen, he was awakened in the middle of the night by an unfamiliar voice. Urgent, but not harsh, it told him to get up and leave his family immediately. As Surprise stepped out into the night, away from everything dear to him, he had no idea who God was--or what he had in store for him. From miraculous signs and wonders to supernatural deliverance from certain death to divine revivals that overtook countries, Surprise has followed wherever God has led, becoming an agent of hope and change in a continent devastated by war, poverty, and spiritual oppression. Voice in the Night is the amazing true story of what began that night in a jungle hut more than twenty-five years ago: a journey--an adventure--of faith and miracles.

Spirit And Power

Author : Donald E. Miller
ISBN : 9780199920594
Genre : Religion
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An exploration of the global growth and social and political impact of Pentecostalism.

Visions Beyond The Veil

Author : H.A. Baker
ISBN : 9781603742061
Genre : Religion
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H. A. Baker shares his true-life missionary account of the Spirit of God falling on the Chinese beggar children of the Adullam orphanage.

Like A Mighty Wind

Author : Mel Tari
ISBN : 9781614580027
Genre : Religion
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“When we believe the Bible as it is, we will see the power of God move in our lives and in our community as it did centuries ago in Bible times.” -Mel Tari Translated into dozens of languages, with millions of copies sold, Like a Mighty Wind remains a beloved classic from global evangelist Mel Tari. Recounting the incredible story of revival on the island of Timor during 1965 in the midst of political turmoil, the book is an amazing testament to the power of faith and the reality of God's power to work miracles in modern times. The Spirit of God that swept across the island “like a mighty wind” continues today throughout Indonesia although persecution of Christians is all too common. The story of God's powerful revival in this region remains a testament to the truth of God's Word, and serves as a reminder to all believers that the Spirit of God manifests in our world now as it did in the earliest days of the Church.

Birthing The Miraculous

Author : Heidi Baker
ISBN : 9781621362197
Genre : Religion
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God has promised us miracles. Are you willing to do what it takes to see them through? We all desire the favor of God on our lives. We eagerly pray and hope for His miracles, promises, and blessings. But carrying the promises of God often means being stretched, being inconvenienced, and being patient to nourish those promises until it is God’s time for them to be born. In Birthing the Miraculous Heidi Baker weaves true stories from her life and ministry--including personal visitations and life-changing visions--together with the biblical story of Mary’s pregnancy with Jesus to show you how to become a catalyst for God’s glory here on earth. Sometimes God’s promises seem bizarre, implausible, and even crazy. But no matter how impossible His promises seem, we can respond as Mary did, with a yielded cry of "Yes!” It is time to go into every realm of society, carrying your promise, believing for the impossible, and watching God do the miraculous through you.

Compelled By Love

Author : Heidi Baker
ISBN : 9781599793511
Genre : Religion
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In 1995 Heidi and Rolland Baker gave away everything they had and traveled to the war-torn, poverty-stricken country of Mozambique. Compelled by Love chronicles their journey, giving readers a glimpse of authentic Christian community by taking a fresh look at the Beatitudes and sharing the pain of some of the poorest people in the world. It will change lives as readers put into practice the teachings of Jesus as expounded and illustrated by the Bakers' incredible life and ministry.

The Gentle Breeze Of Jesus

Author : Mel Tari
ISBN : 9780892211227
Genre : Religion
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A Different Beautiful

Author : Courtney Westlake
ISBN : 9781634099233
Genre : Religion
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When Courtney Westlake’s family was given the shocking news that their daughter, Brenna, was born in 2011 with a severe, life-threatening skin disorder, they began to discover a new and different beautiful in their lives–one that values extraordinary differences and appreciates the wonderful sameness found in humanity. In A Different Beautiful, Courtney explores what her family has discovered in raising a child with physical differences and what she has learned about true beauty. Through her personal insights and experiences, Courtney shares how you, too, can learn to find and celebrate God’s version of beautiful in your life, especially within our differences and struggles.

The Night The Angels Came

Author : Chrissie Chapman
ISBN : 0857217224
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chrissie Chapman went to Burundi as a midwife, but stayed to rescue and foster orphans Trained as a midwife, Chrissie Chapman went to Burundi in the eighties to open a maternity clinic and dispensary in a rural area of the country. She had been there just three years when a coup occurred, and the country descended into a state of civil war. It lasted for thirteen long years. During that time, God directed her to work with the orphans and widows. She started a center for abandoned babies and traumatized children and saw the Lord performing remarkable miracles in the lives of people who had lost everything. Chrissie adopted three children herself, and has raised more than fifty others to young adulthood. Again and again she has witnessed miracles of protection and provision. When the war started, Chrissie, her adopted children, and the health staff were living in a rural location on top of a mountain, in a healing center with maternity clinic and pharmacy. Every night there was gunfire, and every day people would come seeking refuge. One night, when she and David Ndarahutse, the mission director, were praying amid the fighting, David said, "Chrissie, look up." There were dozens of angels standing on top of the walls of the healing center. That was the night the angels came. "From that moment on," Chrissie records, "I have never experienced or felt fear for my life." Today Chrissie divides her time between Burundi, where she continues to care for the teenagers in her charge, and England, Canada, and America, where she speaks widely about the faithfulness and power of God.

Africa

Author : Richard Dowden
ISBN : 9781846273148
Genre : History
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Richard Dowden has written, after thrity-five years on the continent, a memoiristic history of its peoples' experiences in the wake of the European withdrawal and the superpowers' arrival. He has been present at each of the continent's major crises and writes illuminatingly about them, but he is as passionate about the warmth, wisdom and joy he has encountered in peacetime, and the diversity of habits, attitudes and purposes to which he has been Britain's best witness. His book is a benchmark publication on this most misunderstood and mishandled of continents.

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