Ordinary People, Extraordinary Power gives a strong case for the apostolic culture as a criterion for change in the church today. Believers need to be activated to demonstrate the kingdom through healing, deliverance, prophecy, and preaching. The apostolic culture includes worship, deliverance, apostolic teams, prophecy, ordaining, establishing, pioneering, evangelizing, prayer, teaching, helps, governments, missions, healing, the Gifts of the Spirit, holiness, impartation, and church government. All of these will be discussed in this book in order to help leaders and believers move in apostolic power and authority.
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Disturbing and Maybe Deceiving
Date:October 26, 2012
I got part of the way through this book and had a check in my spirit.... something wasn't right. I thought this book was going to be about how God can use me, an ordinary person, to do great things for His Kingdom. This book doesn't sit right with me. I don't think it's for people who are deeply involved in ministry in a church and who respect and honor their pastors. To me, the author seems to imply that we need to make teams that operate almost above pastoral authority and that a so called "Apostle" should be the head of a church. I think that would be great if you are starting a church, but like stated earlier, if you are already in a church, this book could easily cause you to start being rebellious and having second thoughts about your pastor's authority. You might as well stop going to church and do your own thing if you can't sit under your pastor. I am destroying my copy of this book as I don't want anyone to possibly fall into rebellion. The author's other books on warfare prayers are really good, though.