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- BOOK REVIEW: All In Your Names: Acrostic Meditations for the Seeking Soul
- Book Review: God Speaks
- Book Review: Come Forth
- A Self-Publishing Confession
- Part I: Exposing Jonadab, the Gaslighter
- Leading A Scribal Group: 4 Simple Steps
- Book Review: Creativity According To The Kingdom
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- 2014 Prophetic Scribal Advance
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Latest Book Reviews
By Teresa Robbins
COME FORTH: A JOURNEY
FROM THE SHADOWS INTO VIEW
By Andrea M. Renfroe
ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
By Akili Kumasi
50 Truths Concerning The Apostolic Ministry
By John Eckhardt
PRAYER: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders
By Dave Earley
THIS SATURDAY! Prayer, Praise & Poetry @ Piedmont Park
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Voices of Christ Literary Ministries International presents, "Prayer, Praise & Poetry at Piedmont Park" on Saturday, August 2, 2014 from Noon until 6pm.
BOOK REVIEW: All In Your Names: Acrostic Meditations for the Seeking Soul
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By Penny MacPherson
Book Reviewed by Theresa Harvard Johnson
The first time I heard Penny MacPherson sing, my soul surrendered under the power of God as every Hebraic expression made its way from her spirit into my ear. That was nearly six years ago. Now, I have experienced a similar overflow as I finished reading her debut poetry collection, “All In Your Names: Acrostic Meditations for the Seeking Soul.”
McPherson, a Messianic worshipper and Hebraic roots enthusiast, spent years meditating on the power of God’s names. Her intimate acquaintance with him fueled an overflow of acrostics that not only unveil the character of God but also his majesty, dominion and relentless love for each one of us.
Book Review: God Speaks
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Teresa Robbins, Author
Book Review by Theresa Harvard Johnson
For the prophetic scribe writing is not a process. It is an act of obedience. It is the acknowledgement that God speaks into the innermost recesses of the heart, releasing his way and his will. Prophetic writing is the result of this speaking and the urgency roaring and raging within the scribe that says “go and tell.”
Jeremiah described it this way: “But if I say, I won’t think about him, I won’t speak in his name any more,” then it seems as though a fire is burning in my heart, imprisoned in my bones; I wear myself out trying to hold it in, but I just can’t do it.”
Book Review: Come Forth
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Angela M Renfroe, Author
Book reviewed by Theresa Harvard Johnson
Reading collections of poetry can be mundane and a bit lethargic. Lovers of the genre will tell you quickly that it can often be difficult connecting with a poem or following a collection logically – especially those written by believers. Why? Because many creative scribes have not learned to follow Holy Spirit’s leading into weaving poetry into testimonies of deliverance, declarations of His power or instructions that promote transformation. This poetic collection is mature, firm for the harvest.
You see, every seasoned prophetic poet is a storyteller. And every seasoned storyteller has a burden to convey the heart of God.
Next Mentoring Session: Monday, August 3!
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SCRIBES! GUESS WHAT? We are having our next IMMERSION MENTORING & SPIRITUAL GOAL SETTING SESSION on MONDAY, AUGUST 3 @ 9PM EST via teleconference call. To participate in the online accountability group, simply create an account, login and join the discussions!
Yes, it's free.
You may also listen to several of our publicly posted teachings. (CLICK HERE) I pray that you are blessed by our encounters with Father. We are BREAKING THROUGH! Scribes, please be encouraged and know that THE FINISH LINE IS AHEAD! Let 2014 be the YEAR that you complete what God has placed in your hand! These sessions are strategically designed to ENCOURAGE YOU, HELP YOU BREAK THROUGH WRITER'S BLOCK, OVERCOME WRITING ANXIETY & FEAR, and so much more.
A Self-Publishing Confession
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Taking a Closer Look at Ebook Publishing & Ebook Publishing Platforms
Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
For quite a while, I held on to my obsession with hardcover and paperback books as a self-published author. Recently, although much later than most, I’ve stepped out into the deep and began positioning myself to compliment my publishing endeavors by eventually distributing all of my printed books electronically.
Part I: Exposing Jonadab, the Gaslighter
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Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
Gaslighting is a sophisticated manipulation tactic that certain types of personalities use to create doubt in the minds of others. It is classified by psychologists as a form of mental abuse “in which false information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory, perception and sanity.
In my personal ministry experiences, I have found it to be the most common tactic of spiritual abuse and emotional warfare used among the congregation. It walks hand in hand with “The Spirit of Rebecca: Master Manipulator.” Even the most mature believer can be affected by this demonic influence.
Skilled and experienced gaslighters are masters in passive aggressive behavior. Perhaps their greatest area of mastery is their ability to twist actual events, words and situations into well spun lies. The truth is so intertwined that their victim completely misses the “underlining” lie. (Read this excellent article on “Passive Aggressive Behavior.”)