Jerry Steingard: The Overcomer's Handbook - Preparing for the Best of Times, the Worst of Times and the End of Times
The Overcomer's Handbook
Preparing for the Best of Times, the Worst of Times and the End of Times
- 6 x 9
- RELIGION - Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
- RELIGION - Christian Living
- RELIGION - Eschatology
With a sense of urgency the author calls us to prepare spiritually, mentally and practically for two tsunamis that are on the horizon and which will forever change life as we know it.
The first massive wave is that of unprecedented turbulence and trouble on the earth that will be increasingly felt in the economic, geophysical, political, religious and military realms.
The other wave bearing down upon us is that of an unprecedented spiritual awakening. This will ultimately result in an end time harvest and a mature and beautiful bride prepared for the return of Jesus, the Bridegroom King.
With mankind on the verge of experiencing the best of, the worst of and the end of times, it is imperative that we get prepared - not out of fear and panic but rather out of a faith-filled sense of divine destiny.
Reading his book will challenge you to rethink what you’ve taken for granted...It just might save your life.
I appreciate Jerry’s sharing of his perspective in a scholarly and humble way. I highly recommend this book as a great read.
Dan Slade, International Coordinator, Partners in Harvest, Toronto
This book compels us to look hard at evidence that may cause us to make some radical shifts... He fearlessly addresses topics that may not be popular and will probably offend some.
Connie Sinnott, Associate pastor/worship leader, International Trainer, Catch the Fire, Toronto
Jerry Steingard (Master of Divinity, Regent College, Vancouver and Doctor of Practical Ministry, Wagner Leadership Institute) Jerry has pastored for 25 years. In addition he has taught courses in biblical studies, revival church history and world religions and taken ministry teams around the world. He has three children and one very cute grandson. Jerry and his wife, Pam, currently live in Stratford Ontario.