Title Thumbnail

Catch the Wind of the Spirit

How the 5 Ministry Gifts Can Transform Your Church

Carolyn Tennant Dr. James T. Bradford

248 pages
General Council of The Assemblies of God

Never has the cry for renewal and revitalization in the church been so desperate. As the church tries to understand and adjust to the massive societal shifts that are occurring all around us, individual Christians are searching for more meaning in their spiritual lives.

Catch the Wind of the Spirit tackles this time of uncertainty and unrest head-on, satisfying your spiritual hunger with a deep look at God's Spirit. Although leadership is vital, Catch the Wind of the Spirit focuses on the duties of the entire body of the church. You'll gain an intimate look at God's gifts, or currents, and understand how to harness the power of each for the benefit of your church. Through Catch the Wind of the Spirit, you'll gain a deeper understanding of what the Lord might want for you and the church today. Ultimately, you will find yourself drawn closer to Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Author Bio

Carolyn Tennant, PhD, is a professor, pastor, and author who maintains an active speaking schedule across the United States and around the world. She ministers in district and national conferences, pastors' retreats, district councils and camps, women's events, and churches. Dr. Tennant served for nearly thirty years at North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota where she was a professor and vice president. She is ordained in the Assemblies of God and currently works as an adjunct professor, teaching in the Doctor of Ministry program at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary of Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. She and her husband currently reside in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

About the Foreword Author
Dr. James T. Bradford is author of Preaching and Second Chronicles Seven:Fourteen. He holds a PhD in aerospace engineering from the University of Minnesota. While in college, he led a Bible study that eventually grew into a university church. Upon graduation in 1979, Jim entered full-time ministry with that campus outreach. Since then, he has served growing faith-based communities in British Columbia, California, and Missouri. Currently he travels the world speaking on leadership and church growth in his role as general secretary of the Assemblies of God, which was recently recognized as the fourth-largest Christian movement in the world. He and his wife, Sandi, have two daughters and reside in Springfield, Missouri.