Old Paths, New Power
From a recovering "leadershipaholic": our best model is the first one. With all our sleek ministry models, it's a wonder our churches are declining-until we read Acts 6:4, "But we will give ourselves continually to prayer and the...
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From a recovering "leadershipaholic": our best model is the first one.
With all our sleek ministry models, it's a wonder our churches are declining-until we read Acts 6:4, "But we will give ourselves continually to prayer and the ministry of the word."
After a long, sometimes trying ministry journey, Daniel Henderson was relieved to discover what the apostles knew from the start: The main thing must stay the main thing. It worked in their pagan times, and it will in ours.
Old Paths, New Power: Reviving Our Churches through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word calls us back to the tried-and-true: pray and proclaim the word.
Henderson, who leads a growing church revival ministry, guides you through the essentials of sparking a spiritual renaissance:
Be a leader who walks with the Lord Develop a strong prayer culture in your life and ministry Preach with unction, dependence, and integrity Equip every saint for the work of the ministry Embrace the sufficiency of the gospel
Our churches don't need fresh models and fancy things; they need the Holy Spirit, and He rains down when we pray and proclaim the word. Read Old Paths, New Power and follow God's master plan.
Daniel Henderson brought prayer-based revitalization to several mega-churches. Today he is dedicating his full-time efforts to help congregations across the country experience renewal and turn-around as he speaks to thousands each year at conferences and prayer events. He is president of Strategic Renewal, which exists to ignite personal renewal, congregational revival, and leadership restoration for Christ's glory.
Daniel also teaches part-time at Liberty University and is on the pastoral staff of Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia. His daily preaching ministry is featured on OnePlace.com. he has recently published Defying Gravity: How to Survive the Storms of Pastoral Ministry