...He has made us kings and priests...(Revelations 1:6 NKJV)
God is showing up in places we have never imagined. We thought He was just for Sunday church or mid-week study. But God is showing up in small businesses and on construction sites, in schools and in politics. He is in factories and at check-out counters, at nurses' stations and the stock exchange. God is showing up everywhere outside of where we expect Him to be.
So what does it mean?
We serve a God who is not
acting like we thought He should act.
This book is an awesome took of discovery to learn not only what God wants, but how we can cooperate with His plan for the nations, not just the Church.
Discover how He want you to step into a realm of ministry and fulfillment you have never dreamed possible. Learn how your work is the powerful dynamic of God's purposes for your life.
This book is the beginning of new possibilities for those who are willing to see that God is bigger than they thought He was.
RICH MARSHALL has been a pastor for over 30 years. He and his wife, Wilma, are the founding pastors of Springs of Life Fellowship in Sunnyvale, California. The Marshalls founded ROI, and inspirational and equipping ministry to the business community. Rich ministers full time with ROI and conducts 'Anointed for Business' seminars. He is also a founding member of Nehemiah Partners, a group of business and ministry leaders commited to rebuilding the biblical walls of commerce. Rich and Wilma live in San Jose, California.Publishers Description
Discover how He wants you to step into a realm of ministry and fulfillment you have never dreamed possible. Learn how your work is the powerful dynamic of God's purposes for your life.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 4.48" Height: 0.46"
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
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Reviews - What do our customers think?
|Inspiring and challenging Feb 17, 2006|
|A practical book for anyone interested in using their work life to make a Kingdom difference. Specifically, Marshal inspires people who are called to business as a ministry and challenges both business people and clergy alike to value and support what he calls the "kingly" anointing - that of being empowered to claim the marketplace for Christ.|
|Powerful Oct 10, 2005|
|I recommend this book to everyone I work with. I am in network marketing. This book has improved many businesses in this industry.|
|Are You a Bored Christian? May 11, 2004|
|Many Christians become pew-sitters and feel bored with their lives. Spiritual apathy can result as they suffer from a non-Biblical but traditional mindset that "professional" ministers are the really special ones while they are just ordinary nobodies. The Bible states that everyone is relevant and needed in the kingdom of God; each one with a destiny and ministry! This book is inspirational and helps us to see a place where each person can express who God created them to be and use it for the upbuilding of the kingdom. A liberating paradigm shift!|
|Too much fluff and repetition Aug 12, 2003|
|I was excited when I got this book, because of the topic. I even bought a bunch of extra copies. Then in reading it, I got somewhat disappointed. There seems to be a lot of fluff (repetition and not too much content). The author has a new idea about "Kings and Priests," but doesn't seem to have too much to add beyond that, except to repent for the "priesthood" in not doing enough to empower the "kings" in ministry. There's a saying "I would have made it shorter, but I didn't have the time." It takes time to write something clearly and concisely, and I think that is a big problem with this book. I don't think there's too much to learn from this book, so I don't feel that I can recommend it. |
I think a very good book, regarding ministry at work, is the new one from Intel VP Pat Gelsinger, ISBN: 0781438993, called "Balancing Family, Faith, and Work." The advice on how to behave as a Christian at work (and ministering at work) seems much more practical, coming from this practicing Christian. I can heartily recommend Pat's book for anyone interested in ministering in the workplace.
|A Book that Leads to Purpose May 6, 2003|
|As a recently saved Christian and a small business owner I found this book very meaningful and full of purpose. It has helped me to discover that my business is my annointing from the Lord.|
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