"The fruit of the Spirit working through millions of believers by faith could literally change the world…This is must reading for every sincere believer!" - Dr. Bill Bright, founder and president of Campus Crusade for Christ International Would you...
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"The fruit of the Spirit working through millions of believers by faith could literally change the world…This is must reading for every sincere believer!" - Dr. Bill Bright, founder and president of Campus Crusade for Christ International
Would you like true joy? Healthy relationships? To live free from anxiety? You actually can if you let God's Spirit grow His fruit in your heart.
Your witness for Christ is only as good as the fruit your relationship with Him produces.
The Fruit of the Spirit points you toward a lifestyle that makes the gospel you proclaim attractive to others because they can see its results in your everyday life, emotions, demeanor, and actions.
Drawing from Biblical examples, Trask and Goodall share insights that both challenge and encourage. They offer true-life examples of the difference you, too, can make when you let the Holy Spirit reproduce the character of Jesus within you.
As a full-time missionary, Dr. Wayde Goodall started Vienna Christian Center in Vienna, Austria, which today is one of the largest evangelical churches in Europe. He holds Doctor of Ministry degrees from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and Northwest Graduate School of Ministry. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and one in psychology from Southern California College. Currently, Dr. Goodall is senior pastor of First Assembly of God in Winsten-Salem, NC.
Thomas E. Trask has been general superintendent of the Assemblies of God and chairman of the Pentacostal World Conference. A graduate of North Central Bible College, Minneapolis, MN, he served 25 years as a pastor and was superintendent of the Michigan district and general treasurer of the Assemblies of God before election to lead the fellowship in 1993. He came into office calling for a fresh Pentecostal revival in the Assemblies of God.