Item description for Commitment to Conquer: Redeeming Your City by Strategic Intercession by Bob Beckett & Rebecca Wagner Sytsema...
Overview The author brings spiritual warfare concepts down to the local church and community level.
Publishers Description Targeted plans and specific strategies-including spiritual mapping-for local churches to powerfully reclaim and renew their communities through prayer.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Apr 5, 2012
ISBN 0800792521 ISBN13 9780800792527
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More About Bob Beckett & Rebecca Wagner Sytsema
Since 1975, Bob Beckett has co-pastored the Dwelling Place Family Church in Hemet, CA with hiswife Susan. They have two daughters, Sharon and Susanne. Both are active in ministry at the DwellingPlace. He currently serves as a committee member on the Spiritual Warfare Network with C. Peter Wagner.
Reviews - What do customers think about Commitment to Conquer: Redeeming Your City by Strategic Intercession?
A Must-Read for all Praying Christians Jul 4, 2006
This is not a book of theories or opinions. It is rooted and grounded in the real experience of a pastor and his congregation and the believers in that city. It is an easy-to-follow primer, peppered with Pastor Beckett's personal and congregational experiences germane thereto. Would that all believers had such a rich and powerful experience with the power of God to deal with a very real enemy.
Beckett is on the forfront of spiritual mapping. Mar 25, 1997
Beckett's book, "Commitment to Conqour," pictures ministry not just in the local church but in the whole community. He challenges the reader through personal example how to positively attack spiritual strongholds. The church he serves and founded, The Dwelling Place, demonstrates the best of evangelical desire and congregational focus. Together, they confront the principalities and powers and see the victory of the Holy Spirit over demonic activity.
Beckett illustrates well how to unify pastors and churches to take one's city for God. We are not in a battle by ourselves but in a battle for Jesus Christ, a battle ultimately to be won by God Himself. By uniting 30 pastors together, they come together in agreement with God and claim the land.
Clearly, this is a must read for anyone who wants to take their city for God. Beckett's excellent teaching skills shine in this book.
Reviewed by Rev. Lawrence H. Potts, Pastor of Beverly United Methodist Church, Beverly, NJ