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This is more than an audiobook; it is a blueprint of what God is saying during this hour. Bill Vincent is an anointed prophetic writer who releases powerful fresh revelation in all he does. In Building a Prototype Church you will be able to see into God's heart - into a new type of Church coming forth.

The body of believers not caught up in this new move is against it, criticizing it as a dangerous phenomena and preaching dire warnings about control, manipulation, and mental ill health. Any one who is a critic is criticizing the Holy Spirit in this move. It is easy to speak against something you don't fully understand. Listen: you need to be open to what God wants to do.

©2013 Bill Vincent (P)2013 Bill Vincent

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  • 28-06-16

Never Stop Moving Forward

Bill Vincent's guide to church building has a sound base. It was a revelation to me when he spoke about some of the early apostles being outcasts in today's church because they were not learned men. I think that is why I have struggled to find a church to call my 'home'. Either the church is too set in its ways and is not guiding me and tailoring sermons to address real world issues or it gives me the appearance of only wanting funding for all of the 'good' works it is doing. My husband and I have taken to doing our own bible study with our children and teaching them to have a relationship and to be led by God in their daily lives.

It would be nice to have a little more guidance on how to listen to God when He does speak to me and tips for how to really listen to and interpret His message and directions.

Doug Hannah does a nice narration with this material.