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Paul E.G. Cook
This work has a history. Since giving a paper on ‘The Forgotten Revival' at the Westminster Conference in 1984, and subsequently a number of addresses in various places on different aspects of that revival movement, friends have urged me to write up the material in book form to ensure a more perman... (more)
More information on Glory in the Glen: A History of Evangelical Awakenings in Scotland
Tom Lennie
No nation on earth has a richer, more colourful, and more long-standing heritage of evangelical awakenings than Scotland - yet most people are unfamiliar with its dramatic legacy. Most historical studies stop at, or before, the Moody & Sankey Revival of 1873-74. It is commonly assumed that very few ... (more)
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Kevin Ford
Using the story of five churches wrestling with change and searching for genuine growth in their ministry, The Transforming Church identifies the five dysfunctions of an unhealthy church and the five characteristics of a growing, healthy congregation. Hopeful and encouraging in tone, Kevin Ford will... (more)
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Michael Eaton
The author leads us through this teaching in a simple down-to-earth manner. He describes the book as one little section of his teaching on 'eschatology' or 'the doctrine of the future'. These chapters are about how Israel, although presently in a state of unbelief, has a place in God's redemptive pl... (more)
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Colin Whittaker
Colin Whittaker examines the exciting phenomenon of revival throughout history and across the world, including Britain, America, Latin America, Africa, Korea, China and Indonesia. Through it all he sees a common thread of faithful prayer, believers who walk closely with God and seek his kingdom firs... (more)
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Jeremy Morris
How the shape of the Church, today and in the future, is formed and renewed in revivals.
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Jonathan Edwards
Extraordinary Times Call for Extraordinary Prayer. Conditions in the church and society today add urgency to Jonathan Edwards's appeal to Christians to unite in prayer "for those great effusions of the Holy Spirit" which advance God's kingdom. This book makes accessible Edwards's classic treatise on... (more)
More information on From Death Into Life
William Haslam
Rev. William Haslam, Anglican Priest, begins his ministry in Cornwall, England in the 1840s. He does not realize he is not a genuinely converted Christian, but the people in his parish church do. After many prayers and many struggles, the Rev. Mr. Haslma is converted while preaching to his own congr... (more)
More information on Forgotten Heroes of Rivival
Tim Shenton
George Thomson, James Rouquet, Captain Jonathan Scott, David Simpson and Thomas Pentycross had a deep love for Jesus Christ and for the souls of their listeners which enabled them to stand strong through the storms of persecution and to preach a message that didnt only address the mind with truth, b... (more)
More information on Why Revival Tarries
Leonard Ravenhill
Leonard Ravenhill’s call to revival is as timely now as it was when first published over forty years ago. The message is fearless and often radical as he expounds on the disparity between the New Testament church and the church today. Why Revival Tarries contains the heart of his message. A.W. Tozer... (more)