Purifying the Prophetic by R. Loren Sandford
Breaking Free from the Spirit of Self-Fulfillment

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The Church's sure foundation: Are we watching it crumble?

The Western Church is slowly slipping away from her biblical moorings, warns prophetic pastor Loren Sandford. And by doing so she is sinking into a culture repelled by the demands of biblical truth.

- Genuine spiritual experience is being displaced by the need for ongoing excitement.
- Selfless life and ministry are shifting into a personal prosperity gospel.
- The prophetic voice too often caters to the perceived needs of the people.

God planned a different culture for His people, explains Sandford, one that lives the message of Jesus and His cross. Join those who embrace a vision for cleansing the prophetic stream; who are rediscovering miracles, healings and demonstrations of power; and who are rebuilding a firm foundation.

About R. Loren Sandford

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R. Loren Sandford (M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of New Song Fellowship in Denver, Colorado. He speaks internationally and is a past director of Elijah House, an international ministry of counseling founded by his parents, John and Paula Sandford. An author who has released ten CDs of original music, Loren and his wife, Beth, have three grown children and six grandchildren and live in Thornton, Colorado.
Published October 1, 2005 by Chosen Books. 203 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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