Heavy Rain

How to Flood Your World with God's Transforming Power

by Kris Vallotton (Author)Bill Johnson (Foreword by)
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Description

Can this dark, broken world really be transformed?

In our present-day world, evil dominates the headlines and political chaos appears to reign. It seems unlikely that good can ever triumph over evil.

But God's vision for the future is not bleak. In fact, it's full of hope! At this pivotal moment, He is readying a heavy rain of revival--and He wants you to be part of it.

In this powerful book, Kris Vallotton shows how God is searching for men and women who, like you, long for an infusion of boldness, who long to bring Kingdom transformation to the world. You'll experience the power that comes when we pray, "Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven." With excitement and wisdom, Kris shows how this power is every bit as accessible to us today as it was in Jesus' time--and he gives you the keys to unlocking it. If we harness it, the Church can--and will--become a catalyst for miraculous change in the world.

God's heavy rain is coming, and there is more reason than ever to hope.

Discover how to become a vessel that catches the downpour of the Spirit--and help release God's Kingdom like a flood.

"You will be challenged, shocked and, if open-minded, beneficially stretched."--Jack Taylor, president, Dimensions Ministries

Contributors

Kris Vallotton, Author

Kris Vallotton (www.krisvallotton.com) is the senior associate leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California, and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry and Moral Revolution. Kris is the founder of Bethel School of Technology, the chairman of Advance Redding, and founder of Bethel Media. He is a bestselling author, with more than a dozen books and training manuals to help believers discover their identity as sons and daughters of God. He and his wife, Kathy, live in Redding and have four children and many grandchildren.

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