Item description for The Eternal Church: A Prophetic Look at the Church--Her History, Restoration, and Destiny by Bill Hamon & C. Peter Wagner...
Overview Hamon takes readers on a journey throughout the history of the church. Beginning at the origination of the church in the 1st Century, he proceeds to its deterioration during the Middle Ages to the restoration of the church from the time of the Reformation to the present.
Publishers Description This unique perspective shows graphically the why's and what's of church history. Hamon divides the history of the Church into phases based on the restoration of the teachings of Christ that were lost to the Church during the Dark Ages.
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Studio: Destiny Image Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.02 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2003
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 0768421764 ISBN13 9780768421767
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More About Bill Hamon & C. Peter Wagner
Dr. Bill Hamon has been functioning as a prophet for 58 years and has ministered to tens of thousands of Christians the Holy Spirit's gift of their own spirit language. He and the 3,000 ministers in his Christian International Network have trained more than 250,000 in prophetic ministry. Dr. Hamon is recognized worldwide as a pioneer and father in the restoration of prophets and the activation of saints into their prophetic ministry.
Bill Hamon currently resides in Santa Rosa Beach, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Eternal Church (Revised)?
A Book for Everyone Mar 27, 2006
The Eternal Church, a Fresh insight into the History of the Church, the "moves" of God through centuries...this book brings revelation to where we have been where we are today & is a tool for brining a passion to pursue God & Run the race, it brings activation to become an alive part of the Body of Christ on earth today.
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW Dec 1, 2003
Do you enjoy a book that takes you on a journey? Are you interested as a Christian about our history as a church and what the future holds? If you answer yes to these questions, "The Eternal Church" is a must read for you.
The author, Dr. Bill Hamon is a respected prophetic voice to the Body of Christ, which adds to the creditability of the information he presents to the reader. Taking you on a journey of the church from the first century, through the Middle Ages to the present and beyond, you will understand what happened and may be more important, why, as Christ works to bring His church into maturity. The book answered questions for me as a Christian and helped me to understand my history as a believer and gave a glimpse of where the Lord's church is going.
All in all, this is a very informative work, recommended for the Body of Christ, helping us to understand the works of the Lord, and the role we all play in bringing the drama to victory!
Unique survey of the eternal church - history and destiny Oct 31, 1998
In this 400 page book, Dr. Bill Hamon takes the reader on a journey throughout the thus far history of the church, beginning at the origination of the church in the first century, the deterioration of the church during the middle ages, the restoration of the church from the time of the reformation to present and also the eternal destination of the church in the years to come and also eternity. It is a book well worth reading for all Christians and promises to give a better perspective on the eternal church. Werner Greeff
1980 years of church history Dec 26, 1997
This is a unique perspective, and shows graphically the why's as well as the what's of church history. Bill Hamon (correct spelling of the name) is a valid modern prophet. He writes the story of the Church of Jesus Christ (not a denomination but those who know Him) from the perspective of one who sees not only the past, but has glimpses into the future. Bill divides the history of the church into phases based on the restoration of the teachings of Christ that were lost to the church during the dark ages.