Moving in the Prophetic

A Biblical Guide to Effective Prophetic Ministry Today


ISBN: 9781854248367

Publication date: February 20, 2009

Format: Paperback

Extent: 384 pages

Dimensions: 216mm(length) 138mm(width)

Imprint: Monarch Books


In Stock. Estimated delivery time: 7-10 days.

The gift of prophecy has always invited some degree of opposition and controversy. It is one of the most vivid displays of God’s presence and power among his people. Many people struggle with the very concept of the validity of prophecy today. They are troubled by the possibility that God may have direct access to our minds. Greg Haslam argues that such concerns are misplaced. Following St Paul’s injunction that we should be ‘eager to prophesy’ he considers how God speaks, and how we should hear him; how we can test and deliver a prophetic word; and how we can grow in confidence as we learn to discern what the Spirit is saying to the church.

Meet the author: Rev Gregory Haslam

Greg studied Theology and History at Durham University. After teaching high school he trained for the ministry at the London Theological Seminary before moving to Winchester where he pastored for 21 years until his call to Westminster Chapel, London in March 2002. Greg Haslam was born and raised in Liverpool. He is married to Ruth and they have three grown-up sons and five grand-children.

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