Item description for Healing the Nations: A Call to Global Intercession by John Loren Sandford & Cindy Jacobs...
Overview Following the Christian's mandate to "heal the nations," John Sandford teaches the Body of Christ how to overcome patterns of destruction in lands and peoples.
Publishers Description Teaches the Body of Christ how to overcome patterns of destruction in lands and people.
Citations And Professional Reviews Healing the Nations: A Call to Global Intercession by John Loren Sandford & Cindy Jacobs has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Charisma & Christian Life - 09/01/2000 page 99
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.14" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.91 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2000
ISBN 0800792769 ISBN13 9780800792763
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More About John Loren Sandford & Cindy Jacobs
John Loren Sandford pastored churches for twenty-one years before funding Elijah House. He has a master of divinity in religion. R. Loren Sandford is a songwriter, recording artist, worship leader, and author. A graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary, he is the founding pastor of New Song Fellowship in Denver, Co.
John Loren Sandford currently resides in Spokane Coeur D'Alene Coeur D', in the state of Washington.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Healing the Nations: A Call to Global Intercession?
Very Interesting & Controversial Book Jul 20, 2000
This book is a very good book about how to gather a burden for the nations as a whole. It is very controversial, though. John Sandford states that polygamy is acceptable in some countries and churches, and that God(Jesus) can be found in all world religions. Although there are many things I find disagreeable, the book as a whole is a must for anyone with a burden for the nations. It has it's redeeming qualities, in which it speaks of mistakes missionaries have been making for years when trying to reach the lost of the world and how to correct them. It really deepend my understanding of how God views the nations of the world. Overall it's a MUST-READ!