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Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2012
Laurie L. Webb is a director/instructor at Spirit Life School of Ministry (SLSM, www.SpiritLifeSchool.org) in Macon, Georgia. She has attended Family Bible Institute and became an ordained minister. Along with her husband, Buddy, she was a youth minister for several years and taught Bible studies in her local church and community. She and Buddy have been married for 24 years and have two beautiful daughters, Lindsay and Katie.
Bernice Baxter5 Stars Out Of 5Very entertaining and helpful....March 30, 2011Bernice BaxterQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I really loved this book. It is extremely relatable. I ordered this book, because I wanted to teach on Spiritual Etiquette. I think I made a great choice in purchasing this book.
Gina Burgess4 Stars Out Of 5January 14, 2010Gina BurgessIn my group on LinkedIn called Christian Authors, Editors, Publishers, and Bloggers, I met a lovely lady named Laurie Webb. She has always been upbeat and has stimulated some pretty good discussions. The purpose of our group is to help motivate excellent Christian writing and to encourage each other in our writing.Laurie gave me this book to review and it is a hum-dinger. Who ever thought we as Christians would need to be taught Spiriual Etiquette? In these days' daze we need it more than ever. Laurie makes a point of recognizing the work of the Holy Spirit, understanding who He really is, and then utilizing the gifts manifested by the Holy Spirit, and that these are essential to the Christian lifestyle. Without those critical factors, we do not have what it takes to survive this sojourn. Regardless of our views on doctrine issues, we must be unified in minds with one Spirit, not uniformity of souls and thoughts. Laurie tells us in her book that this is a picture of harmony within the body. That is so true. She also notes that the Holy Spirit told her pictures of harmony: a well-oiled machine, a smooth transference, working together as one such as a fluid relay team. It takes the whole team to get the job done. What excellent word pictures.There are lots of hard kernels and lots of profound thoughts. There are some excellent points to discuss, too. This book is small but it packs a punch that the Body of Christ should take on the chin as a timely wake up call to perfection. We should all want as much of the Holy Spirit as we can hold, and to never quench His holy work within and around us. Frankly, I do not agree with everything I read, but I gleaned all the good stuff and studied the things that we dont agree with to see how those things can be understood with godly understanding, and reconciled with what we understand of scripture.
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