By Caretha Franks Crawford
In the twenty first century church, God is asking ministers of the dance in checklist numbers to satisfy His purpose—revealing His glory within the earth. This calling has caused a myriad of questions within the minds of leaders and laypersons within the physique of Christ.
In Dance, God’s present to You, Dr. Crawford provides a clean, transparent biblical figuring out of ways God perspectives the dance, elaborating on how and why dance will be utilized in the worship adventure. This e-book will resolution many questions and aid open the eyes of your realizing to:
• The starting place and function of the dance
• How dance is used as a strong weapon opposed to the enemy
• How dance is used to revive and convey order out of chaos
• Why God takes excitement within the dance
• how you can pursue the presence of God throughout the dance
• The therapeutic characteristics of the dance
• What God expects of His ministers of the dance
May this ebook stir the reward of dance in you and reason you to “move out” in obedience to the decision of God in your life!
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Dance, God's Gift to You! by Caretha Franks Crawford