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preaching article Francis Chan on the Holy Spirit & Preaching

Francis Chan on the Holy Spirit & Preaching

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Jul 29, 2013

"Preaching is a time of blessing for me: I am closer to the Lord the more I teach, the more I preach."

Francis Chan is an author and church leader, formerly the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California. Chan has authored several books, including Crazy Love and Forgotten God. He is also the founder of Eternity Bible College and sits on the board of directors of Children's Hunger Fund and World Impact. Francis lives in California with his wife, Lisa, and their four children.

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Robert Boston Jr avatar
Robert Boston Jr
0 days ago
Love the Holy Spirit "divine coincidences", those moments or words, which seem to be insignificant to us, yet the Holy Spirit is speaking specifically to some brother or sister. Those "coincidences" that even get us in hot water because it was too specific, or too exactly on target. Those moments are part of my great joy in preaching and teaching the Word. Thanks for the words brother.
Irene Allen avatar
Irene Allen
0 days ago
I thoroughly connected with what was spoken and promise you, I will visit the account of King Asa. It ties in like a knot on a study I've been following elsewhere. Like King Asa, many rely on "other things" other than trusting God to the full. Over and over its happened, we've relied on other things rather than trust God to lead us by his Spirit. I know, because I've been guilty of the same. Why is it, we continue to move into doubt and unbelief and begin to rely on our own efforts and other things? The Holy Spirit's desire, is to have our full cooperation with him, to do all things that pertains to life- God, help us with our unbelief! Thank you so much, brother Chan.
Robert P. Marquez Jr. avatar
Robert P. Marquez Jr.
0 days ago
Very powerful, thank you for being transparent!

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