Item description for Fasting Journal: Your Personal 21-Day Guide to a Successful Fast by Jentezen Franklin...
Overview "New York Times"-bestselling author Franklin offers the necessary keys to experiencing powerful transformation in this 21-day fasting journal. Each day provides a specific focus for prayers and fasting, and includes specific reminders of what to expect both physically and spiritually during a fast.
Publishers Description In the New York Times best seller Fasting, Jentezen Franklin gave you the keys to experiencing the transforming power of a biblical fast. If you are not content to go through this year the way you went through last year now is the time to use the discipline of fasting to see breakthroughs. You know there's more there's an assignment for your life there's something God desires to release in your life and there is a genuine desperation for those thing gripping your heart. Your prayers take on a powerful edge when you fast. As you use this fasting and prayer journal over the next twenty-one days, you will be amazed at the things God will show you as you press in to Him
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Studio: Charisma House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.36" Width: 6.18" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Oct 27, 2008
Publisher Strang Communications
ISBN 1599793865 ISBN13 9781599793863
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More About Jentezen Franklin
Jentezen Franklin (born July 21, 1962) is the senior pastor of Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia and Free Chapel OC (Orange County) in Irvine, California. Franklin is the author of New York Times best sellers, Right People, Right Place, Right Plan and Fasting. His ministry extends internationally through the televised broadcast, Kingdom Connection, which is seen on television networks such as TBN and The Church Channel.
Jentezen Franklin is one of five children born to Billy and Katie Franklin. His father died in 1991, and his mother remains actively involved in Franklin's church, Free Chapel. His mother is one of twenty-seven children in the Stone family of Wilson, North Carolina. He has an older brother, Doyle, and two younger sisters, Jennifer and Jill. Early in his career, Franklin traveled as an evangelistic team with his elder brother, Richie, who died, December 1, 2012. Franklin and his wife, Cherise, married in September 1987, and together they have five children: Courteney, Caressa, Caroline, Connar, and Drake.
Jentezen Franklin studied tenor saxophone under Frank Mayes at Atlantic Christian College in his hometown of Wilson, North Carolina. Jentezen, along with his brother, Richie, played in the college Jazz Band. Jentezen quit college after his brother graduated and pursued the ministry under the guidance of his father.
On his way to a musical career as a saxophone player, Jentezen felt led by God to become an evangelist. Prior to becoming the senior pastor of Free Chapel (which is affiliated with the Congregational Holiness Church), Jentezen Franklin had visited the church annually as a Church of God evangelist. When Roy Wellborn, the church's senior pastor, died, Franklin had been scheduled to preach. In 1989, Jentezen became the senior pastor of Free Chapel, which was made up of a small congregation of about 300 people. In 2004, the church moved to its current location, which has a 3,000 seat auditorium. In 2007, Jentezen Franklin opened the second Free Chapel Church in Irvine, California. On August 5, 2007, the church held its first service with about 163. Since that day, the Free Chapel Orange County has radically expanded, and now serves thousands weekly.
Jentezen Franklin currently resides in Gainesville. Jentezen Franklin was born in 1962.
Reviews - What do customers think about Fasting Journal?
So much is missing. May 15, 2010
I understand liability. An authority can only say so much on a subject, like fasting, because people are different and they react to fasting differently. But a better outline is needed for an ever-growing society of Christians not only desiring to fast, but needing to do it properly. Jensen, an awesome authority on so much, not to mention a terrific preacher, should have offered more information on "how-to." I have fasting down to a usable science - for me, but so many others don't even know how to get started. I can fast, but can others fast as I do? No, not everyone. So much more needs to written on the subject, and written by a group of experienced fasters. Veterans... this is what we need. About 5-6 authorities collaborating on the same book. What a door-buster that would be.
Loved This! Apr 14, 2010
I first learned about fasting, specifically "The Daniel Fast", seven years ago. I've purchased and read several of Jentezen's books on fasting, but this one is great because of the journaling aspect. My husband and I decided to do the fast together this year and journal each day. It kept us focused and perservering. Would recommend it to others to add to their Christian library as a tool to use each year.
Excellent source for documenting your journey through a 21-day fast. Feb 3, 2010
The fasting Journal by Jentezen Franklin is awesome! He provides passages and thought-provoking questions each day that connect to a 21-day fasting journey. I would recommend this journal to everyone. I plan to use it every year.
KGM Oct 20, 2009
This is a great product. He is a great author & very beneficial to your spiritual growth.
Great Companion Sep 12, 2009
This journal is a wonderful companion to Franklin's FASTING book. I hightly recommend it!