The Believer's Guide to Spiritual Warfare by Thomas B. White

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Are you under spiritual attack? You feel discouraged. That strong temptation to sin keeps nagging you. Your prayer life is dull. You wonder whether your teenager is taking drugs. Disagreements in your church are splitting it down the middle. If you feel like you're in a losing battle with yourself, others, or circumstances, you may be the target of spiritual attack. But there's good news for you. You can fight back...and win! As an expert in the field of spiritual warfare, Tom White has equipped thousands of men and women to discern and comba demonic forces in their world. The Believer's Guide to Spiritual Warfare offers biblically sound, accurate, and balanced teaching on the unseen war being waged around us. This practical guide will teach you how to: Decide whether a particular problem is caused by an evil spirit. Pray effectively for your family friends, and church. Free yourself and others from spiritual bondage. Protect your home, business, and ministry from enemy attack Complete with many real-life illustrations, sample prayers, helpful techniques, and answers to the most commonly asked questions about warfare, this book will help you fulfill a central call of the gospel-to resist evil through the power and authority of the Cross.

About Thomas B. White

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THOMAS B. WHITE is the founder and president of Frontline Ministries, an international ministry that develops city-wide prayer movements and offers teaching on spiritual formation, prayer and spiritual warfare. He holds degrees from San Diego State University and Asbury Theological Seminary, and has emerged as an innovator in city transformation by building collaborative unity among kingdom leaders to effectively reach their communities. Tom coaches nine ongoing city movements of unity, prayer and kingdom collaboration in North America, India and Eastern Europe, and is a member of the Mission America Coalition and America’s National Prayer Committee. He and his wife, Terri, live in Corvallis, Oregon, where they give leadership to the Church of the Valley, a unique movement of prayer in Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley. 
Published June 1, 1990 by Vine Books. 173 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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