Two babies, Kati and Josh, are born on opposite sides of the world at the very moment the Berlin Wall falls. You’’d think such a potent freedom metaphor would become the soundtrack for their lives, but nothing could be further from the truth. Despite his flawless image, Josh, an artistic and gifted California skateboarder, struggles to find his true role in the world, and his growing aggression eventually breaks him. Kati, a German with a penchant for classic Swiss watches and attic treasure-hunting, is crushed with disappointment for never being “enough” for anyone—most especially her mother.
Craving liberation, Kati and Josh seem destined to claim their birthright of freedom together. After all, don’’t the “chance” encounters transform your life…or are they really chance?
Have you ever watched “holy roller” preachers on television and felt like they were hosts of a party to which you weren’t invited? Or, if you were invited, would you want to be? Light Your Church on Fire Without Burning It Down is a unique guidebook for “normal” Christians who are curious about the whole “Holy Spirit thing.” Using easy-to-understand, non-Pentecostal language, pastor David Housholder ushers readers through the Pentecostal faith, a world of encounter and supernatural-oriented Christianity. By sharing his own story of growing up in a traditional Lutheran environment, his first personal experiences with Pentecostal Christianity, and his embracing of these two worlds, he skillfully bridges the gap between Pentecostal and mainstream camps to improve their understanding of each other. This engaging, boundary-breaking volume will reveal how you, too, can fully experience the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
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