Jesus Culture: Calling A Generation To Revival (Banning Liebscher)


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Jesus Culture: Calling A Generation To Revival (Banning Liebscher)

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    You Were Created For This Moment in History!
    A new breed of revivalist is arising to answer the cry of God’s heart. These burning ones are calling cities and nations back to the Lord, and challenging societies to be transformed by the power and love of God. This is your call and mandate!

    It’s one thing to be counter-cultural and go against the flow of culture. But God calls us to an even greater way of living by making Jesus the model for everything we do. Join this movement and…
    • Unlock the blessing of honoring those who have gone before you
    • Experience a powerful prayer-life marked by boldness, confidence and expectancy
    • Activate the supernatural power of God through healing, signs, wonders, and the prophetic
    Banning Liebscher, founder of the Jesus Culture movement, believes that you were positioned at this time in history for this moment. Discover the blueprint to fulfilling your purpose, living an extraordinary life, and changing the world— starting wherever God has placed you today!

    Author Bio

    Banning and his wife, SeaJay Liebscher are the Directors of Jesus Culture, a ministry mobilizing a generation of revivalists and reformers who will shape culture and transform nations. They are the Senior Leaders of Jesus Culture Church located in Sacramento, California. Their passion is to see nations awakened to the love and power of God and for a generation to fully give themselves for the cause of Christ in the earth.

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    ISBN\SKU 9780768405378
    Publisher Nori Media Group
    Publication Date 13/03/2015
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