Item description for Moving in the Apostolic: God's Plan to Lead His Church to the Final Victory by John Eckhardt...
Overview Eckhardt reveals how the apostolic dimension affects preaching, teaching, worship, prayer, and giving in the local church, and how apostolic leadership will point the way toward fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Publishers Description Why is God restoring apostles to His Church? Because restoration of the apostolic ministry is necessary for the Church to complete its mission on earth. We are now experiencing the greatest outpouring of the Holy Spirit the world has ever known, and we should expect to see multitudes swept into the Kingdom as a result. In this book, John Eckhardt reveals how the apostolic demension affects the preaching, teaching, worship, prayer and giving of the local church--and how apostolic leadership will point the way toward fulfillment of the Great Commission.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.5" Height: 9" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2000
Publisher GOSPEL LIGHT PUBLISHERS #9
ISBN 0830723730 ISBN13 9780830723737
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More About John Eckhardt
Apostle and Overseer of Crusaders Church Chicago with close to 4,000 in attendance weekly in several locations, John Eckhardt is gifted with a strong apostolic call and has ministered throughout the United States and overseas in more than 70 nations. He is an apostolic reformer called to perfect the saints by imparting biblical truths, including deliverance and spiritual warfare, and activating the gifts of the Spirit in order to raise up strong ministries in the body of Christ.
Apostle Eckhardt founded the IMPACT Network (International Ministries of Prophetic and Apostolic Churches Together) in 1995. Since that time, hundreds of churches, ministries and leaders in over 40 nations have affiliated with this network that God is raising up as a vehicle for global apostolic reformation. As part of his calling as an Apostle of Jesus Christ, he is activating, commissioning and ordaining apostles and prophets around the world to facilitate this current reformation, along with conducting powerful apostolic breakthrough conferences in many nations.
Along with his apostolic responsibilities, John Eckhardt is a much sought after international conference speaker, has authored more than 35 books. He is also founder of the Apostolic Institute of Ministry (AIM), dedicated to teaching present truth, and training leaders in apostolic and prophetic ministry, currently through workshops and seminars, but with a future vision for both and online school, and full and part time facilities to be established in many nations.
Dr. C. Peter Wagner says, “my good friend John Eckhardt has both the gift of apostle and teacher. I shall make his book ‘Moving In The Apostolic’ required reading of my students so they might get to know him and say, John Eckhardt is my role model for ministry today.” He is part of the faculty of the Wagner Leadership Institute, and also has an earned Doctor of Ministry degree.
John Eckhardt resides in the Chicago area with his lovely wife, Wanda, and their five beautiful children.
John Eckhardt currently resides in Chicago Chicago Chicago. John Eckhardt was born in 1957.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Moving In The Apostolic?
Definitions of a true apostle from a true apostle. Jul 27, 2006
Having never heard any of Apostle Eckhardt's sermons or read any of his books, I didn't know what to expect when I found this book during a search. Being that the price was very reasonable I figured it would be worth a try. All I can say is, "WOW!" I couldn't put this book down!! Apostle Eckhardt gives great definitions of what a true apostle is and uses Scripture to prove it. His straightforward and simple teaching style bring great truths to light. As I have felt the call of God on my life, this book helped me define what the Spirit of God has been doing in me and through me. "The truth shall set you free" and the 'present' truth explained here shall make you more free than you can ever imagine. I recommend this book to ALL leaders in Christian ministry and anyone else that has a passion to serve the Lord Jesus.
Cutting through the clutter Sep 10, 2005
This is a no nonsense book that clarifies a lot of hard questions on a often misunderstood and much maligned topic. Eckhardt speaks from experience and a deep understanding of the subject. In an environment where it seems the majority of voices on apostleship seek little more than self agrandizment and promotion this man's wisdom is a welcome relief.
Everyone in todays church should have at least a basic understanding of the true office of apostle and this book is a fine place to start. Enough of people who claim apostleship but lack the visible qualifications of the office. We all need to be concerned and informed on such an important subject as we near the end of the Church age. The apostolic anointing that defined the opening of the age will no-doubt be what defines the end of the age.
We must learn to discern the true from the false in this matter and hold to that which is true. The heritage of the true apostolic must and will be restored. Having a good understanding of this restoration while it is happening will save us all a lot of trouble, confusion and contention.
A wholesale subject on the apostolic ! Jun 6, 2000
If you think you have come to a dead end or a crossroad , read this book. It will open new roads andd lead you to a greater purpose in life.
The church is not returning to her former glory but to a much greater glory when the apostolic ministry is fully restored and accepted worldwide. Eckhardt traces back the root of our heritage which must be put into immediate practice if we desire church growth in all dimension. It is clear the author is taking great effort in recalling us to a truth hidden under the collection of historical dust. In essence, Eckhardt is telling us that the conquest of our spiritual treasure is a mandate originated from the apostolic commission which the Lord has set forth.
Because this book touches on the apostolic, it also addresses the function of apostles. However, the overall contents do not just moor to the ministry of apostle. It is about the apostolic spirit swelling to great heights, and bringing new thrust to the church today.
Your heart will thump as you realize the apostolic spirit is still very much alive. It has a nature that is pioneering, generational and relational. Much of what Eckhardt mentioned here reveals the raw power of the apostolic. Quite simply, the apostolic spirit has arithmetic effects. It can cancels complacency, adds confidence, subtract fears, and divide the false from the truth.
To sum up, this book is packed with full-orb definitions and salient points. Leaders need to hear this author out if they are serious in fulfilling the final commissioning.
BEST OF THE APOSTOLIC MOVEMENT Apr 1, 2000
I have read all of the fine books from the current apostolic movement and this is by far the most balanced and biblical of the books. The pastoral approach taken by the author gives us the most practical material yet from this ever growing movement in the church today.
Destroyed Foundations Jan 7, 2000
Moving In The Apostolic is an excellent contribution to the doctrinal teachings regarding what a true apostle and "apostolic church" really is.Apostle Eckhardt excells inusing his apostolic, prophetic, and teaching gifts to edify the Body of Christ concerning the restoration of Christ's Apostolic Headship over HisChurch.Moving In the Apostolic answers the psalmist question, "If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?", I am sure, from the content and the context of this book, John Eckhardt'sanswer is begin to move in the apostolic and re-lay those "destroyed foundations!"If you have had any doubts about the present day ministry of apostles then Moving In The Apostolic will assist you in dissolving some if not all of those doubts!