Healing Unplugged: Conversations and Insights from Two Veteran Healing Leaders [NOOK Book]

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Premier Healing Ministers Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Stories of Their Surprising Journeys

Bill Johnson, pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California, and Randy Clark, founder of Global Awakening, are known worldwide as the eminent leaders of successful healing ministry. They witness the miraculous regularly and see thousands touched powerfully by God. Yet it wasn't always ...
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Healing Unplugged: Conversations and Insights from Two Veteran Healing Leaders

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Overview

Premier Healing Ministers Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Stories of Their Surprising Journeys

Bill Johnson, pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California, and Randy Clark, founder of Global Awakening, are known worldwide as the eminent leaders of successful healing ministry. They witness the miraculous regularly and see thousands touched powerfully by God. Yet it wasn't always so.

For the first time, these close friends and esteemed leaders share their personal journeys behind life in the healing spotlight. In candid interviews with one another, they reveal how and why they first got into healing ministry; the breakthrough experiences that propelled them; the lessons that helped them grow over the years; how they learned--through trial and error--to see what the Father is doing in each situation; and the most amazing miracles they've seen.

Inspiring, informative, unique, and vulnerable, this once-in-a-lifetime book contains material not previously taught on or talked about by either leader. Including specialized, detailed insights about healing, Bill and Randy give a rare and fascinating glimpse into the startup, failures, and successes of a life devoted to healing prayer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441259967
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 769,799
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Bill Johnson is the senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California. A fifth-generation pastor with a rich heritage in the power of the Spirit, he is the bestselling author of When Heaven Invades Earth. Bill and his wife, Beni, serve a growing number of churches through an apostolic network that has crossed denominational lines, partnering for revival. Bill and Beni live near Redding, California.

Randy Clark is the founder of Global Awakening, a teaching, healing, and impartation ministry that crosses denominational lines. An in-demand international speaker, he heads the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening and travels extensively for conferences, international missions, leadership training, and humanitarian aid. Randy and his wife, DeAnne, live near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Bill Johnson is the senior pastor of Bethel Church in Redding, California. A fifth-generation pastor with a rich heritage in the power of the Spirit, he is the bestselling author of When Heaven Invades Earth. Bill and his wife, Beni, serve a growing number of churches through an apostolic network that has crossed denominational lines, partnering for revival. Bill and Beni live near Redding, California.
Randy Clark is the founder of Global Awakening, a teaching, healing, and impartation ministry that crosses denominational lines. An in-demand international speaker, he is part of the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening and travels extensively for conferences, international missions, leadership training, and humanitarian aid. Randy and his wife, DeAnne, live near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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  • Posted July 23, 2012

    "Healing: Unplugged" is a book with a unique format: t

    "Healing: Unplugged" is a book with a unique format: two interviews with two friends who have been involved in the healing ministry for many years, and who have worked alongside each other, as well as well-known leaders worldwide. Bill Johnson and Randy Clark converse and share memories.

    I am having a hard time finding an adequate descriptor for some of the ideas exposed in this book. For instance, the authors mention that they were wondering how to start/continue their ministry in an effective way - nothing wrong with this - and that their example was other people's way of doing things, even words, positions and gestures. I cannot but wonder where the Bible was left during this process. Now, please understand that I value other people's example, but when it comes to Biblical doctrine, the foundation cannot be human experience. Another example is when Bill Johnson describes an extraordinary experience one night; he started by saying he was still learning about recognizing spiritual events, when he felt something he would assume to be due to an "angelic presence" (p.67). I kept reading, curious to find more about that presence, but he never said anything else about it. I then started wondering what source that angelic presence came from - God or Satan. Once more, no support from the Bible, just personal experience and reference to other people's experience. Randy Clark also describes supernatural experiences, like heat waves or warmth that made him feel at peace.

    In other words, the focus of both interviews is the miraculous; the main search of the experiences described is healing. Throughout the pages, there is no mention about teaching/discipleship, nor encouragement to know God and get closer to him. Moreover, salvation, the most wonderful miracle there could ever be, is set aside.
    I would strongly discourage people from reading this book; healing is wonderful, and it a precious blessing God bestows on some people. However, as wonderful as it is, it should never be the core of any christian ministry nor the motivation for people to know about God. If someone is interested in knowing more about Mr. Johnson and Mr. Clark, this would be a good alternative to a traditional biography.

    I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange of a review. In no way has this biased my opinion on the book or on the authors.

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  • Posted June 10, 2012

    A book for experienced intercessors

    “Healing: unplugged - Conversations and Insights from Two Veteran Healing Leaders ” by Bill Johnson and Randy Clark contains the written interviews of two veteran prayer leaders sharing their experiences with the manifest presence of the Holy Spirit as it relates to healing. The insights shared will be better understood by those who have experienced similar manifest presence while praying for individuals. This is not a book that will be easily digested if the reader has never prayed for an individual or does not believe in the Holy Spirit.
    An individual just learning about prayer may not be able to relate to the experiences shared in the book.
    “Healing: Unplugged” is more of an advanced intercessory prayer book on healing. As an intercessor I appreciated the frank conversations shared by the authors. I personally identified with some of the experiences discussed. In general the book is a useful reference and a source of encouragement for those who, like myself, continue to study the gifts of the Spirit and seek a greater number of healings when praying.
    Since Intercessory prayer is a matter of faith and style the methodology used by Bill Johnson and Randy Clark may not be for everyone. Their success is undeniable yet as many experienced prayer warriors will share- God incorporates individual personalities in order to fulfill His plans. It is therefore important, if it is your desire to be an intercessor, that you are led by the Holy Spirit. I recommend this book.

    I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted May 17, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    Finally!! A book that has all those insights you just simply want for growth in walking in the healing/miracle ministry. Thanyou Bill and Randy! This book will help you learn how the Lord leads, directs and impresses his will as you desire to walk in the miraculous. This is a book you will read and reread!

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