Scripture lists prophecy as one of five ministry gifts for the Church, but prophetically gifted people have the reputation for being difficult—sometimes impossible—to live and work with.
Prophetic pastor Loren Sandford delves into the mysteries of this office, including:
- Why prophets seem extreme and moody
- How prophetic people hear from God
- The difference between adrenaline and anointing
- The four signs of a true prophet
- How to pastor a prophetic person
- How to recognize this gift in children
Prophets can learn to step out of loneliness and isolation into balance and wholeness. As they grow in this unique calling, the Body of Christ will indeed be blessed.
"With piercing accuracy, this book will not only grant sanity to prophetically gifted people, but it will give a measure of peace to pastors in their quest to relate to strongly gifted prophets."
—Dr. James W. Goll, Encounters Network
"This book ought to be a required manual for both churches and the emerging prophets within them."
—John Loren Sandford, cofounder, Elijah House Ministries
"Because the messenger is the message and the prophet is the prophecy, this book is a must-read for the Church at large and for all called by God to be His prophetic spokespeople. It is a classic and will prove an invaluable, lifelong tool to many who desire to know God's voice and ways."
—Marc A. Dupont, Mantle of Praise Ministries, Inc.
- A Profile of the Prophetic Person
- Preophetic Ministry: An Overview
- What Prophetic Ministry Is Not
- The Prophetic Task
- The Prophet as Intercessor
- The Office of Prophet
- Numbers 12: Visions and Dreams
- The Voice of God
- The Necessity of Wilderness Sojourns
- Still Deeper in the Dark Night of the Soul
- Issues of Placement in the Church
Paperback: 230 Pages
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