Scott Kelso considers the events of our life-time which are eroding the foundations of faith, weakening the Church and undermining the clarity of the Word of God.
Many in America are confused with how we have arrived at such a “Disfunctional Dead End” in the present atmosphere.
Scott calls us to challenge the influences of our culture and return to the principles of the Kingdom of God. His book is not the whole answer, but it is a good portion of it.
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Dr Scott Kelso is a Theologian, writer and President of the Charismatic Leaders Fellowship.
Written for all who want to strengthen their roots in God, this book introduces us to renewed patterns and rhythms for living which cultivate God’s presence in our everyday lives. Inspired by accounts of Celtic monastics, Richard Roberts blends their example with personal experience and biblical insights to create an integrated approach to Christian living, fit for the twenty first century.
‘I am very thankful for the challenges presented in this excellent book, and I know that in the weeks ahead there will be many occasions when they will stimulate my approach to cultivating God’s presence in my own personal spiritual life.’ – Charles Whitehead, Chair of The International Charismatic Consultation
‘Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls. This is a book that will help pilgrims who are hungry for the Presence of God do just that. There are few books that when I read, I don’t want to put down, fewer still that when I have read, I want to read all over again. This is one such book.’ – Anne de Leyser, Director of Local Houses of Prayer (Ffald y Brenin)
Richard J Roberts is a trustee of the International Charismatic Consultation and of Ffald y Brenin Retreat Centre in Wales. He is on the organising committee for the Gathering in the Holy Spirit (Rome) and the Charismatic Leaders Fellowship (USA).
The Orthodox Church has been characterized by some as “the best-kept secret in North America.”
Making use of personal interviews and correspondence, magazine and news articles, and other publications, Timothy Cremeens weaves the story of a spiritual renewal movement that began in the United States in the early 1960s and rapidly spread around the globe touching millions of Roman Catholics and Protestants, what is today called the Charismatic Renewal Movement. In 2017, this Movement, celebrated its 50th Jubilee anniversary in the Roman Catholic Church.
“This book is the first in its kind and has at least two important implications: theologically, Orthodox Charismatics can robustly explore a rich link between marginality and the Spirit’s empowering presence, and globally, the research can encourage similar studies from around the world forging a network of Orthodox Charismatics.”
–Wonsuk Ma, Professor of Global Christianity, Graduate School of Theology and Ministry, Oral Roberts University
Timothy Cremeens, an ordained Orthodox priest, is Dean and Pastor of Holy Resurrection Orthodox Cathedral (Orthodox Church in America) in Wilkes Barre, PA. He serves as the Interim Dean of Grace Graduate School of Ministry, Twin Falls, ID, Adjunct Instructor of Theology at King’s College, Wilkes Barre, PA, and Instructor in Church History at William Seymour College, Lanham, MD.