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Greg Heisler: Spirit-Led Preaching

The argument about when the Spirit’s in-filling occurs may never be settled in the minds of some scholars, but an emphasis on the anointing of the Holy Spirit is good for all of us.

Reviewed by Aldwin Ragoonath

 

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Category: Ministry, Spring 2010

About the Author: Aldwin Ragoonath, Ph.D., is a trained homiletician with over twenty years of pastoral experience in the Caribbean and Canada. His ministry is devoted to helping pastors develop their preaching gift, teaching Pentecostal preaching courses and facilitating seminars around the world. He and his wife make their home in Winnipeg, Manitoba. www.atmc.ca

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