Miracles Happen Only in Africa
Michele Perry may be an unlikely person to start a missionary orphanage in war-torn Sudan. Born without her left hip and leg, she is no stranger to overwhelming impossibility. She's learned from childhood to rely fully on God, who constantly surprises her--and she and her Sudanese children, more than one hundred of them, have witnessed him moving in miraculous and wondrous ways again and again.
Here she shares some of these amazing, inspiring stories. More than that, she shows how readers can genuinely, fully experience God in their everyday lives--whether in Africa or at home, wherever they are. She helps them understand what he looks like, what it means to hear his voice, what it's like to see a vision, and how to recognize the holy in the ordinary. With these practical keys, believers will be able to open the floodgates of life changing, supernatural encounters with God.
Related collections and offers
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||777 KB|
About the Author
Michele Perry is the founding field ministry coordinator for Iris Ministries in Southern Sudan under Rolland and Heidi Baker. Born without her left hip and leg and other birth defects, she endured 23 surgeries by age 13. A native of Florida, Michele studied at Baylor and has previously served in Bangladesh, India, and the inner cities of the U.S. She is also an artist, photographer, and poet. Michele wrote most of Love Has a Face on an old computer by a kerosene lamp in a bullet-hole ridden shell of a building in Southern Sudan. Her writing was punctuated by the occasional AK-47 shot.
Table of Contents
Foreword Bill Johnson 11
Introduction: The Language of Invitation 15
1 Invited In 19
2 Seated in Heavenly Places 41
3 Gateways to Encounter 65
4 Ten Myths about the Supernatural Life 85
5 Growing in the Supernatural 107
6 When All Goes Silent 129
7 Walking Like Enoch 149
8 In Storms and Darkness 169
9 The Councils of the King 191
10 Holy Lightning Rods and Burning Signposts 217
Epilogue: The Enoch Compact 235