Kevin Springer: Power Healing - Writing With Wimber

Episode 25 June 29, 2022 01:06:52
Kevin Springer: Power Healing - Writing With Wimber
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Kevin Springer: Power Healing - Writing With Wimber
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In this episode of We Are Vineyard, Kevin Springer shares about his personal history and how he came to write alongside John Wimber. Jay and Kevin talk about the power of encouragement and caring for fallen leaders, and Kevin shares a practical word about finances and preparing for the future. Kevin Springer is a retired lead pastor, church planter, editor and author. With 46 years in ministry, Kevin has experience in both parachurch and church organizations. His current work includes consulting with churches, conducting marriage seminars, and writing. He is the author of numerous books, booklets and articles published locally and abroad, including Power Healing and Power Evangelism, co-authored with John Wimber. He has been married to Suzanne for 52 years and they have 3 children. Kevin enjoys reading, writing, hiking, working out, and traveling with Suzanne. Show Notes: Sign up for a regional gathering near you! https://vineyardusa.org/events/ Power Healing by John Wimber and Kevin Springer Vineyard USA’s recommended reading for June https://amzn.to/3bfbTjL Power Evangelism by John Wimber and Kevin Springer https://amzn.to/3nFcKgZ Socials: Vineyardusa.org @vineyardusa

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