Moving in the Spirit
These troubled times demand that we are fountains for the great power of God, not simply knowing about the truths of God, but personally experiencing them. Greater holy power in our lives means greater harvests for God. This book...
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These troubled times demand that we are fountains for the great power of God, not simply knowing about the truths of God, but personally experiencing them.
Greater holy power in our lives means greater harvests for God. This book will help you be more effective in your walk with God by leading you into a closer relationship with the Holy Spirit, the person - not just to teach you about Him, but rather to bring you into connection with Him.
It will impart to you - hunger, thirst, and communion - with him, the Holy Spirit, God Himself.
"I strongly urge you to read this book. The ebb and flow of the Spirit of God is difficult to detect for some, but not for my friend phil. He is one of the most sensitive ministers to the breath and wind of God I've met."
- Pastor Dick Bernal, Jubilee Christian Centre, San Hose
"Phil Pringle is a pastor living at the sharp edge of what God is doing now in key cities of the world. A gifted communicator, he has a contemporary and prophetic message for the spirit-filled church of today."
- Pastor Colin Dye, Kensington Temple, London.
Phil Pringle is the Founder and President of C3 Church International, a global movement of over 315 churches, and the Senior Minister of C3 Church in Sydney Australia. Phil and his wife, Christine, started C3 Church in 1980 and it is now one of the fastest growing, exciting and powerful churches in Australia. An entire global movement of vibrant churches has been birthed as a result of Phil's leadership and vision as he maintains an uncompromised passion to see cities changed by a contemporary, relevant and anointed church. Phil's dynamic and relevant preaching has made him a much sought after speaker in both Christian and secular contexts, particularly in the areas of faith, leadership, ministry of the Holy Spirit, church building and kingdom principles of finance and giving. (source philpringle.com June 2017)