Living Like Jesus in a Broken World
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Embrace the Passionate Faith That Will Change Your World
God has something wonderful in store that you might never have considered--a place where your energy and enthusiasm can build toward a fulfilling future. How to find this place? By knowing God more deeply and following the way Jesus demonstrated. But for most of us, our passion is wrapped around earthbound ideals rather than the goals the Holy Spirit wants to accomplish in partnership with us. The result? We grow numb to His calling and gifts.
In this empowering, life-changing book, pastor and author Putty Putman reveals a Kingdom with such compelling purpose that you will long to reorient your walk of faith around it.
Here is your invitation into significance, adventure and wonder far beyond what you have dared to dream.
"Anyone who wants a biblical basis for understanding the power of the Holy Spirit and His gifts, and a practical understanding of how to partner with God, will want to read Kingdom Impact."--DR. RANDY CLARK, overseer, Apostolic Network of Global Awakening; president, Global Awakening Theological Seminary
"Kingdom Impact awakens readers to this overlooked truth: The Kingdom, empowered by the Spirit, is a collective force guided intelligently by God's unseen hand."--DR. MICHAEL S. HEISER, author, The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible
Putty Putman (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is founding director of the School of Kingdom Ministry in Urbana, Illinois. He also serves in leadership roles on both the preaching and executive teams of the Vineyard Church of Central Illinois. He lives with his wife, Brittany, and their three children in Urbana. Learn more at www.schoolofkingdomministry.com.
Putty Putman, Author
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