Charles Carrin Ministries

WORD SPIRIT POWER

by RT Kendall, Charles Carrin & Jack R Taylor


What Happens When You Seek
All God Has To Offer



The book, Word, Spirit, Power,  published by Baker Publishing Group and its subsidiary, Chosen Books, which was co-authored by R.T. Kendall, Jack Taylor, and Charles Carrin, won the coveted Christian Retailings Best book award for 2012.  The award was presented at the International Christian Retail Show in St. Louis in June. This award has been increasingly acknowledged as an important way of recognizing some of the most significant new life-changing products in the Christian retail industry.

Reviews of the Book:

   As much as I enjoyed and am enjoying “Word, Spirit, Power” by R. T. Kendall, Charles Carrin, and Jack Taylor I am at a loss as to how to review it.  I can tell you that it is a very profound book.  I can tell you that it is an excellent collection of wisdom. As a reviewer I can share such data as: there are 207 pages and the book is an easy read. And each chapter is filled with stories, information and biblical principles that should be considered by the reader.
   “Word, Spirit, Power” by R. T. Kendall, Charles Carrin, and Jack Taylor is a discussion on faith.  It presents why the Word of God, the Spirit of God and the Power of God are important to the believer no matter what his or her denomination.  The subtitle: “What happens When You Seek All God Has to Offer” is an excellent overview of what the reader can expect. Word plus Spirit equals Power is what the reader will learn. Rarely has one book served as both teacher and encourager to my faith as this one has.
   If you ever wanted to study the Word, Spirit and Power of God this is a great place to start
. —Marsha R.Randolph, Christian Marketplace, England

Three veteran preachers have joined forces to tour the US together with their message that authoritative Bible teaching and the release of the Holy Spirit unleash the power that is missing in the church in the West.  

This uplifting read is like the Conference Handbook.  Kendall, Taylor, and Carrin, do a good job of combining scripture, personal testimony and insights from church history to make their case.  The main target audience seems to be the American cessationist churches from which each author comes.  I hope it will be widely read in those circles.  Most mainstream evangelical churches in the UK believe the gifts of the Spirit have not become extinct.  They might well wonder why we do not see more power–a concern the book only partly answers.   — Review by John Lambert.