‘The Making of a Prophet’ Debuts in Christian Bookstores

THE MAKING OF A PROPHET
by Jennifer LeClaire

This one is on my “to read” list. What about you? What books are you reading these days?

From Jennifer LeClaire’s Author page on Amazon:

You’ve heard the holy call to prophetic ministry.

Now what?

In this book, leading prophetic voice Jennifer LeClaire guides readers along the journey of a prophet– from the initial call all the way through to maturity.

This “making” process is anything but easy. But LeClaire offers honest, accessible counsel to help you move into your prophetic call. Her spiritual insights will help you overcome the fear of man, identify and eliminate wrong motives and, above all, pursue intimacy with God.

Many prophets are called . . . but not everyone endures the “making process” to his or her prophetic destiny.

God is looking for people to entrust with the secrets of His heart.

Embrace the journey toward your call with this comprehensive, practical guide, and experience the awesome process of being formed into a mouthpiece for the God of the universe.

“A clean read filled with good information. LeClaire covers a wide range of issues that affect prophetic ministry, tackling them biblically and with practical wisdom.”–R. Loren Sandford, senior pastor, New Song Church and Ministries

“Written for this hour! Whether you just have some small inkling or have ministered a long time in the prophetic, there is much wisdom to be mined like treasure from its page. Destined to be a classic for generations to come.”–Cindy Jacobs, Generals International; Dallas

“Whatever the sacrifice, take The Making of a Prophet into your hands and into your heart. I can assure you it will not let you go until your questions are answered.”–Steve Hill, evangelist; author, Spiritual Avalanche

‘The Making of a Prophet’ Debuts in Christian Bookstores (via PRWeb)

Chosen Books has released “The Making of a Prophet: Practical Advice for Developing Your Prophetic Voice,” by Jennifer LeClaire. Jennifer LeClaire God gave me the idea for this book 10 years ago. I wanted to read something that would help me—but…

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Diana Rasmussen

Tried by fire - pounded down by pain - yet she refuses to give up. Like a Phoenix she rises from the ashes of her past to fly on the wind like an Eagle. Diana Rasmussen is a Singer/Songwriter, Blogger, Author and Worship Leader based in southern WI. She has won many awards for her music at Broadjam, Inc. in the folk, country, pop, and jazz genres. Her music has also been on Women of Substance Radio. Diana plays every Sunday as she leads the Worship Team every week at Janesville Apostolic Ministries in Janesville, WI. Her blog, Prayers and Promises, focuses on rebuilding lives - one hope at a time. Diana's book, SNOW WHITE DARKNESS, (available on Amazon and Kindle) shares her journey out of Domestic Violence and Abuse.

3 thoughts on “‘The Making of a Prophet’ Debuts in Christian Bookstores”

  1. I just finished reading the Insanity of God, by Nik Ripken, A Prophecy of the Future of America, by Paul McGuire and am now finishing Heard: The Power and Promise of Christian Prayer, by Dale Van Steenis.

    You book sounds really good. I just purchased Blood Moons (the upcoming lunar tetrad), by John Hagee, BeastTech, by Mark Biltz and another one that I can’t recall at the moment. But then I want to read your book. It sounds really interesting!

    Oh by the way, do me a favor and google the movie The Son Of God. It will be coming to theaters at the end of the month. I’ll try to e-mail the info to you, whenI get it. Please let everyone know, so it can be seen. I’ve read some wonderful things about it.

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