The Move of God That Shook the New Zealand Church
|Format: ||Paperback, 216 pages|
|Published In: ||New Zealand, 01 June 2010|
In the 1960s and 70s, a controversial new movement swept through the New Zealand church, bringing with it a fresh wave of passion and vigour that changed people forever. That revolution became known as the Charismatic Movement. This book tells the stories of ordinary people caught up in that extraordinary time. Bev Montgomery has brought together a collection of personal accounts of New Zealanders who were transformed by the Holy Spirit and who took hold of a calling to serve God with sincerity and selfless dedication. They were unwilling to be deterred from following what they believed God wanted them to do. The New Zealand church, and the world these people went to, will never be the same again. Featuring the stories of: David Cowie, Barry Austin, John Coyle, June Dooney, Brian Caughley, Dianne Milmine, Ian Garratt, Graham Braddock, Marjorie Claret, Janet Tillman, Eric Balderston, Margaret Thompson, Gerald and Gayel Paterson, Sue Pollard, Nick and Jean Oakden, Di Willis, Lyn Stanley, and Bev Montgomery. Foreword by Bruce Thompson.
Castle Publishing Ltd|
21 x 14 centimeters (0.34 kg)|
15+ years |