The Way of the Warrior
What if God had a group of people willing to train for maximum impact in the church? What kind of life would those soldiers live in order to maintain their standing in such an elite fighting force? The author of...
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What if God had a group of people willing to train for maximum impact in the church? What kind of life would those soldiers live in order to maintain their standing in such an elite fighting force? The author of The Warrior's Heart, Bishop Harry Jackson takes God's soldiers a step further into tactical training. The focus here is on the warrior and what he or she must do to live a dynamic and meaningful life, a life that will bring change to churches, cities, and, ultimately, the culture itself. Readers will find this hands-on training manual inspiring and encouraging, and their life choices as a result will be immensely more fulfilling.
Written by a highly respected and prominent author, this call to Christians to spiritually train for kingdom impact is filled with biblical and contemporary warrior examples.
"Bishop Jackson blows a trumpet in our ears with his new book, The Way of the Warrior. Its timeless truths assemble an achievable way for all of us to more effectively walk out our lives in productivity and insightfulness."--Bishop T.D. Jakes Sr., founding pastor, The Potter's House "The Way of the Warrior by Harry Jackson is a book after my own heart. Of course, this book would speak to me. I am a warrior. Very few books integrate warfare and transformation as well as this book does. Transformation causes society to reflect God's Kingdom plan. One chapter in the book, 'Is Your Head in the Game?', is just incredible. Romans 8 says that our minds are at enmity with God. If you want to read a book that will cause your mind to think the way God is thinking today, then The Way of the Warrior is for you!"--Dr. Chuck D. Pierce, president, Glory of Zion International Ministries, Inc.; vice president, Global Harvest Ministries "The promises of God are unattainable without possessing an overcomer's heart; those 'who overcome' inherit God's rewards. Bishop Jackson's voice is a trumpet; his wisdom is a weapon. This book has an anointing on it that will empower spiritual warriors in their battles."--Francis Frangipane, senior pastor, River of Life Ministries"It is my pleasure to commend to you Bishop Harry Jackson's new book, The Way of the Warrior. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants a cutting-edge strategy to accomplish God's will in these last days."--Marcus D. Lamb, president and CEO, Daystar Television Network"My friend Bishop Harry Jackson's book The Way of the Warrior is a powerful training manual for believers serious about impacting their sphere of influence with Spirit-led 'weaponry' and Word-inspired 'tactics.' Champions for God who are passionate about fulfilling their destiny and becoming world-class warrior-leaders will be challenged to press toward their high calling."--John Bevere, Messenger International "Like a jeweler placing a fine stone into a new ring, Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. has taken something as familiar, yet precious, as the life of David and placed it into a setting that allows it to reflect a new dimension of brilliance. The Way of the Warrior will enable a rising generation to become familiar with the principles that helped David achieve greatness, and it will empower them as well."--Rod Parsley, senior pastor, World Harvest Church, Columbus, Ohio"Your outlook will determine your outcome and your choice of weapons will determine your effectiveness in warfare. Harry Jackson Jr. knows these principles well and shapes a winner's attitude in The Way of the Warrior. Be prepared for your next battle by reading this valuable manual!"--James W. Goll, cofounder, Encounters Network; author, The Seer, The Lost Art of Intercession and Praying for Israel's Destiny
Harry R. Jackson Jr., author of The Warrior's Heart, is senior pastor of the 2,000-member Hope Christian Church located outside Washington, D.C. With a B.A. from Williams and an M.B.A. from Harvard, Jackson has been ordained a bishop by the Fellowship of International Churches. He and his wife, Michele, have two daughters and live in Bowie, Maryland.