God's Call for All to Minister in His Gifts
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Discover God's Intention for His People
The Body of Christ is called to be a prophetic community. When we embrace this calling, hear God's voice and speak it forth, we release His words with fresh power where they are desperately needed--in the Church and the family, in the halls of justice and of education, in places of business and of leisure, and in the streets of every neighborhood, city and nation.
An international speaker and highly regarded prophetic voice, Kim Maas will help you understand
· the history of the modern prophetic movement
· key misunderstandings and misconceptions
· what a prophetic community is--and your place in it
Join the powerful community of God's people! Lives will be changed. Communities will be transformed. Culture will be influenced. And history will be made.
"Kim Maas is one of the strongest prophetic voices in our country, and especially so among women."--RANDY CLARK, D.Min., overseer, Apostolic Network of Global Awakening; from the afterword
"Kim has successfully delivered a book on the prophetic that is balanced, captivating and edgy all at the same time."--JENNIFER EIVAZ, founder, Harvest Ministries International; author, Seeing the Supernatural and Glory Carriers
Kim M. Maas is an international speaker and the founder of Kim Maas Ministries. She has trained and equipped churches, ministries and individuals in the U.S. and overseas to operate in the gift of prophecy. She holds dual ordination with The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel and the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening. Kim and her husband, Mike, live in Moorpark, California. Learn more at www.kimmaas.com.
Kim M. Maas, Author
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Michael E. Gaitley
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