From New Age to New Life
Sandra Clifton reflects on her experiences with the occult as a New Age psychic and how she came to receive a new life in Christ. She reveals the dangerous deception of this popular phenomenon and shows how to reach out...
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Sandra Clifton reflects on her experiences with the occult as a New Age psychic and how she came to receive a new life in Christ. She reveals the dangerous deception of this popular phenomenon and shows how to reach out to those who are lost in it. Sandra's point is to show our triumph over sin and darkness and demonstrate that being lost doesn't make someone a lost cause to Christ.
"Whether or not you believe that psychics are real is not the point of this book," writes Clifton. "Obviously there is ongoing appeal for such things, or God's Word would not keep warning against them. The point of my book is to show triumph over sin and darkness."
The former professional psychic, then known as Sandra McNeil, reveals the true nature of New Age thought and practices and how God opened her eyes to deception and set her free. She presents practical insight for tactful dialogue with individuals caught in the web of such beliefs, as well as tips for intercessory prayer. The inclusion of prayer strategies and discussion questions makesFrom New Age to New Lifeboth theological and practical.
With great experience as an author and editor, as well as a doctorate of ministry from Oral Roberts University, Clifton does an excellent job of telling her story in five significant parts: "My Journey," "Reflections," "What Can Be Done?" "Prayer Strategies," and "Talking It Over." Like sharing snapshots from a trip, she also includes distinct scenes from her life. Each is followed by reflection, in which she looks back on her experiences or thoughts with theological and biblical perspectives. In the process, she addresses how to help lost people out of the occult and New Age.
Readers of this wonderfully written book will come away feeling warm inside knowing good still comes out on top.
Sandra Clifton has earned a Doctor of Ministry from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okalahoma. Sandra currently writes a regular feature called ?Fueling the Fire? for SpiritLed Woman Magazine. She also teaches writing workshops for Doctor of Ministry candidates at Oral Roberts University. Sandra and her husband, Terry, both ordained ministers, have an outreach healing ministry called Sandra Clifton Ministries. The couple divides their time between Tulsa and Washington, DC, where they offer seasonal worship services, workshops, seminars, and retreats.