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Carolyn De Arteaga: Watching God Work

Finally, the author takes a few pages to discuss other spiritual gifts and even eternity – subjects that rightfully demand a book of their own. She leaves the reader wishing for more, baiting them into seeking the gifts of the Spirit on their own and experiencing their own stories.

Simplicity, transparency, and child-like faith are the cornerstones of this book. The reader will eagerly look forward to the next story and realize there is true excitement in Watching God Work. It is after all, the stuff of miracles.

Reviewed by James Nichols

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Category: Spirit, Spring 2014

About the Author: James Nichols is a former pastor who has led Charismatic churches in North Georgia and in Texas. He now serves the Kingdom as a businessman and mentor of leaders.

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