After experiencing the transforming power of hearing God’s voice in her own life, speaker, author, practical theologian and founder of global ministry, God Conversations, Rev Dr Tania Harris set out on a personal odyssey to unlock the questions theologians, clergy and Christians in the pews have debated for centuries: How does God speak? How do you know it’s God? and What difference does it make to the church? As the central feature of the Spirit’s outpouring at Pentecost and the grand prize of the New Covenant, the prospect of universal access to the Spirit is a powerful concept as well as a dangerous one. History tells the torrid tales of abuses associated with the claim “God told me.” Theological and pastoral problems have plagued the experience since the time of the early church.
After thousands of hours of study, a PhD in practical theology and nearly fifteen years traversing the globe and speaking to Christians of all faith persuasions, Dr Harris presents her groundbreaking research. Drawing on insights from theology, sociology and personal testimonies, she skillfully guides her readers across a challenging terrain; presenting a comprehensive theology and pastoral strategies for how all sectors of the Church – Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox and Pentecostal – can hear the Spirit’s voice for themselves. The Church That Hears God’s Voice will enable leaders and thinkers to safely and effectively lead their people into a powerful experience that was intended to be a normal part of every Christian’s life.
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