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Author Chad Taylor takes you past current rhetoric and reveals that the coming of Christ is not an unpredictable event but rather a moment hinged on world harvest. Chad confronts the seemingly insurmountable obstacles that face the church today and puts the mission field within reach.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 148 Vendor: Xulon Press Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches) ISBN: 1606472089 ISBN-13: 9781606472088 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
The great labor of love that Jesus called 'Harvest' is still defined by this statement, "The laborers are few." There must be a generation that leaps the hurdle of this self-fulfilling prophecy and redefines history. Is it you? 2006 the earth population reached 6.5 billion It is projected to reach 8 billion by 2020 9 billion by 2042 doubling the world population Is the modern church in position to answer this epic challenge? Can our present efforts keep up with this population quantum leap? Chad Taylor takes you past current rhetoric and reveals that the coming of Christ is not an unpredictable event but rather a moment hinged on world harvest. Chad confronts the seemingly insurmountable obstacles that face the church today and puts the mission field within reach. Breaking from the Christian mainstream Chad challenges the church to "launch out into the deep" and invites us all to go with him. The adventure begins now "Chad Taylor addresses the greatest issue on the heart of God right now - the harvest. He does so with profound insight, and prophetic stirring. I highly recommend this evangelistic gem." - Bill Johnson Pastor of Bethel Church Redding, CA. Chad Taylor currently resides in Yakima, Washington with his wife and children. Chad has traveled the length and breadth of America with a clarion call for a modern reformation. Chad is also the author of numerous prophetic words and articles that have been read around the world and the critically acclaimed book, "Why Revival Still Tarries." Please visit www.consumingfire.com for more information.