Item description for Let the Walls Fall Down by Phillip Porter & Philip Porter...
Overview Experience the power of reconciliation when you let the walls fall down! In this motivational book, Porter shares practical steps to help you become a "bridge builder" who spans the racial and denominational gaps between you and others. He'll show you that a more fulfilling, successful life awaits you on the other side of your walls.
Publishers Description Rising from his seat, Coach Bill McCartney got on his knees before Phillip Porter, a black pastor from Denver, Colorado. "I never meant to do anything wrong against my black brothers and I apologize, and beyond apologizing here, I'll do it publicly." At that moment the Holy Spirit revealed to Porter a new vision for reconciliation--a vision he's now proclaiming to men across America and around the world.Philip Porter is the chairman of the board of Promise Keepers and the founder and senior pastor of All Nations Pentecostal Center Church of God in Christ, Aurora, Colorado. He is a presiding Church of God in Christ bishop.
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Studio: Charisma House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.51" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Jul 23, 1996
Publisher Charisma House
ISBN 0884194248 ISBN13 9780884194248
Availability 0 units.
More About Phillip Porter & Philip Porter
Philip Porter is the chairman of the board of Promise Keepers and the founder and senior pastor of All Nations Pentecostal Center Church of God in Christ, Aurora, Colorado. He is a presiding Church of God in Christ bishop.
Reviews - What do customers think about Let The Wall Fall Down?
This book grabs and holds on all the way through! Jun 15, 1998
Bishop Porter shares some very touching and all to recognizable traits from within the body of Christ!This book shows where it is truely at and the need of reconciliation within the body of Christ (in the church and ourselves). This book brought tears to my eyes at several points and at times made me feel ashamed to be white and silent. As I read this book I could see that this reconciliation is needed not only in racialism but in all areas such as denomination, the rich with the poor, the intellectual with the challenged, the fit with the handicapped, the saved with the unsaved, ... if we could only do as Jesus commanded "love one another". If your heart is with God's will for your life this book is a must read!