Catch the Fire: The Toronto Blessing : an Experience of Renewal and Revival
HarperCollins, 1995 - 228 páginas
Catch the Fire explores the remarkable work of God known as "The Toronto Blessing". Newspapers, television and radio reports have been buzzing with stories of whole congregations laughing, weeping, and falling under the power of the Holy Spirit. Its effects are rippling throughout the world, transforming individuals and local churches everywhere.
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Catch the fire: the Toronto Blessing : an experience of renewal and revival
Vista de fragmentos - 1994
Catch the fire: the Toronto blessing : an experience of renewal and revival
Vista de fragmentos - 1995
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