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Adrian's Blog
Preacher at Jubilee Church
London, *Province/Other EN1 1YQ
Phone: 0870 242 5451
http://www.adrian.warnock.info
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Contemporary
Weekly Attendance
250 - 499

Adrian Warnock

Adrian's Blog

Evangelical/non-denominational, Church Member

About me:
Adrian Warnock blogs at www.adrian.warnock.info, and is also a regular preacher at Jubilee Church in London. He is a medical doctor, trained as a psychiatrist, and now works in research. Adrian is m... read more
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Eliseu Lourenco
May 15, 2009
Excellent. God bless you!
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La Juana Morris of Calvary A.M.E. Church
February 26, 2007
Thank you for this wonderful message.
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Claude Patterson
February 26, 2007
Adrian Warnock’s writings are at once practical, pithy, personal and prophetic with great insight and personal depth.
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Andrew Fountain
February 22, 2007
I am always blessed when I download and listen to one of Adrian's sermons from Jubilee, or read the outlines. The subject of revival is so important and I particularly appreciate his approach to this topic. I also enjoy his informal style of presentation combined with well researched and thought-out content.
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Andrew Fountain
February 16, 2007
As someone who is endeavouring to build a church, I found this sermon very helpful. It is exactly the kind of church that I want to be involved in building and this sermon lays it out in a clear and well presented manner, based in the book of Acts.
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Andrew Fountain
February 16, 2007
This is one of the best messages on revival that I have heard for a long time. Adrian gives two definitions of revival. The first is: "a powerful intensification of the Holy Spirit’s normal activity" (Stuart Piggin) What I like about this definition, and the way Adrian develops it, is that it doesn't place revival in some strange and unreachable category so that all we can do is pray and wait passively. As Bill Jackson points out in The Quest for the Radical Middle, (a history of the Vineyard) an unheathy emphasis on the anticipation of a great revival effectively killed evangelistic effort. If God works in a different mode in revival, then what is the point of working hard right now? Adrian's second definition (his own) is: “The return of the church to something of the experience of the book of Acts” This definition complements the first in that it describes the character of what we expect to see. He goes on to consider what actually happened in the book of Acts and to parallel this with periods of revival, especially in the ministry of C. H. Spurgeon. This message is encouraging, uplifting and a great motivation for serving the King!
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