Item description for River Of Life by Francis Frangipane...
Overview A river is flowing from the throne of God. In its waves are healing for the church and renewal for our society. Discover the source of the abundant supply of God¿s grace that transforms our lives so that we can impact our world for Jesus Christ.
Publishers Description A river is flowing from the throne of God. In its waves are healing for the church and renewal for our society. Discover the source of the abundant supply of Gods grace that transforms our lives so that we can impact our world for Jesus Christ.
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Studio: Whitaker House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.89" Width: 4.21" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher Offset Paperback Manufacturers
ISBN 0883684535 ISBN13 9780883684535
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More About Francis Frangipane
Francis Frangipane is the founding pastor of River of Life Ministries and the author of fourteen books, including A House United. A pastor since 1972, he travels throughout the world ministering to thousands of pastors in hundreds of cities. He and his wife, Denise, have six children and live near Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Francis Frangipane currently resides in Cedar Rapids Robins Robins, in the state of Iowa.
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Reviews - What do customers think about River Of Life?
Well worth the time Mar 9, 2002
I don't know what this other guy was thinking. The book had much insight, a better to have read than not. Encouraging with honest biblical truth.
Good Spirit/Bad Writing May 14, 1999
This book, I think, was trying to get across some important ideas for today's Church. However, it was written in such a loose, rambling fashion that most of it didn't make a great deal of sense. The author rambled on about nothing for at least half of the book and then spent a great deal of time on America's future which didn't fit. It would appear that the chapters were originally articles for some periodical and were not sufficently edited to make them cohesive enough to place in book form. There are far more useful books to spend your money on.