Item description for Prepare the Way (or Get Out of the Way!): 12 Issues That Will Make or Break the Church by Robert Stearns & Mike Bickle...
Overview Prepare the Way (or Get out of the Way) offers a clear, bold call to the Body of Christ to recognize what God is doing in the earth today and to be a part of His plans and purposes. Highlighting 10 key issues that will define the overcoming people of God, the book also equips the Believer with insight and revelation on how to effectively prepare the way of the Lord. This lively, engaging call to action is a must-read for all who desire to put together the pieces of what God is doing today into one big picture that will change the way you see the Church forever.
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Studio: Destiny Image
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 0768426014 ISBN13 9780768426014
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More About Robert Stearns & Mike Bickle
Dr. Robert Stearns is the executive director of Eagles' Wings, an international relational network of believers, churches, and ministries committed to the lifestyle of biblical spirituality, the unity of the Body of Christ, and God's enduring covenant with Israel. Eagles' Wings has ministered in over 30 nations. He, his wife, Ana, and their three sons live in New York and spend a great deal of time in Israel. Larry Kreider is the founder and international director of DOVE Christian Fellowship International, a family of churches established on six continents. As an author of more than 30 books and a speaker at conferences and churches, he travels extensively training Christian leaders and believers in practical Christian living. Larry and his wife, LaVerne, live in Lititz, Pennsylvania. They have four children and three grandchildren. Dr. Chuck D. Pierce has been used by God to intercede and mobilize prayer for local churches, cities and nations. He is presidentof Glory of Zion International Ministries in Denton, Texas, a ministry that facilitates the vision of other apostolic ministries worldwide. Chuck, his wife Pam and six children live in Denton, Texas.
Robert Stearns currently resides in the state of New York.
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prepare Dec 17, 2007
God wants to prepare the way for the future for us. There is coming a change to the church and God wants us to change or get out of the way so others can change into their destiny.
Recommend for all those that want to change so God can bring His Kingdom to earth.
Rewarding, challenging, encouraging reading. Mar 5, 2000
Robert Stearns believes the Church will embark on a new role as it wends its way through the first decades of a new millennia. He notes that Western society is desperately searching for meaning beyond the material, and views the church as being poised to fill this need with spiritual truths. In Prepare The Way, Stearns charges that no only is that change coming, it is already upon us. He encourages Christians to embrace this change and to understand what God is doing, and how to be alight in a spiritually darkened and needy world. Prepare The Way is demanding, motivating, penetrating reading that will reward and encourage the reader to help the Christian community prepare for, and meet, the challenges of our new era.
Want to know what is happening to the church, and why? Nov 26, 1999
Robert Stearns has written a wonderful book about the ways in which today's church is changing, and the ways in which it still needs to change. He writes in a manner that makes it very difficult not to be excited about the times we are living in as Christians. It should give all believers much hope and joy. The "What Now?" section at the end of every chapter is a very nice touch. It lets the reader see how one might apply the reading to one's life, as an individual, or as part of a group. Having read the book, I feel the title, "Prepare the Way", is not just a commandment, but more of a simple statement. The Lord WILL prepare the way, with or without us, but how much better is it to be a part of the master plan, rather than to just sit on the sidelines, comfortable in our own salvation, watching from a distance?