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Power For Life

Why Every Believer Needs to Be Baptized in the Holy Spirit

Jeff Leake George O. Wood

144 pages
General Council of The Assemblies of God

"The baptism in the Holy Spirit is truly the gateway to living a supernatural life." Jeff Leake

Many people are curious and yet confused about the baptism in the Holy Spirit. It often launches a discussion about "speaking in tongues" and raises all sorts of questions:

  • What is the baptism in the Holy Spirit?
  • Is it necessary?
  • Is it available for every believer?
  • Is it still relevant?

Based on a solid biblical foundation and written in an easily accessible style, Power for Life answers those questions and many more. Jeff Leake helps every believer understand who they are in Christ and who the Holy Spirit is within their lives. Don't just read this book to resolve a controversy or solve some sense of awkward confusion. Read this book to come to grips with the supernatural potential of the Holy Spirit in your life. Read it with a hunger to see God do all He is able to do through you.

Author Bio

For the past twenty-four years, Jeff Leake has served as the lead pastor of Allison Park Church, a multi-campus church in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is the founder of The Network of Hope and The Northeast Ministry School. He holds an MA in missiology from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and is the author of God in Motion, The Question That Changed My Life, Praying with Confidence, and Learning to Follow Jesus. He and his wife, Melodie, reside in Allison Park, Pennsylvania.

About the Foreword Author
George O. Wood serves as general superintendent of The General Council of the Assemblies of God, which has more than three million adherents in the USA. In addition, Wood is chairman of the World Assemblies of God Fellowship and the global cochair for Empowered21. Wood's numerous books include Road Trip Leadership, A Psalm in Your Heart, Living Fully, and The Successful Life. His 2011 release, Living in the Spirit, debuted as both a book and as small group curriculum for church-wide use for all ages. Wood holds a doctoral degree in pastoral theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and a juris doctorate from Western State University College of Law. He and his wife, Jewel, have a daughter and son, and live in Springfield, Missouri.