John Wimber, considered the “father” of the Vineyard movement, spent his entire life applying Everybody gets to play even little children. John Wimber, the spiritual father of the Vineyard Movement, intuitively understood that much of the church had given in to this error of modernism. That is, they. Everyone Gets to Play has 73 ratings and 6 reviews. Dennis said: Excellent practical application of the Spirit filled Christian life I remember hearing.

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Ampelon Publishing January 27, Language: There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is refreshing to see inside the heart and mind of a true revivalist.

He gave them hope that there was a different way of life available. In Everyone Gets to Play, Wimber’s writi John Wimber wasn’t interested in religion — he was interested in a relationship with Jesus and discovering how that impacted the way he lived his life and the people with whom he shared his life.

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A very special thanks to her for providing us with this chance to again benefit from John Wimber’s legacy. Don’t have a Kindle? Alex Parrish rated it it was amazing May 07, We admire them because we believe that they are different than us, and with some of our heroes, they seem unreachable. Here, jogn of his most poignant writings on Christian community are gathered in one place. He is both spiritual ;lay practical, and this book definitely continues that legacy. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.


Philip Gibson rated it liked it Jan 21, Jjohn viewed community as a great opportunity to put into practice the teachings of Jesus and felt following Jesus wasn’t a spectator sport. The life of Jesus of Nazareth is recorded in the four canonical books we call the Gospels.

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First of all, Jesus welcomed. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He viewed community as a great opportunity to put into practice the teachings of Jesus and felt following Jesus wasn’t a spectator sport. This is where I think the Vineyard has shown another way. I would have liked to have been given more illustrations and practical ideas.

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That’s what makes this book such a treasure. A great little collection of John Wimber’s Sermons and articles. They have stories that amaze and power jobn is obviously from God himself.

No trivia or quizzes yet. These people found in Jesus someone who saw past their flaws to their inner person — the core part that the God whom Jesus called Father had created in his own image. John Wimber was an evangelist, worship leader, songwriter, pastor, and leader of the Vineyard Movement. In fact, he was known for stating numerous times the following:.


Your email address will not be published. Tammie Burger rated it it was amazing Dec 27, That which thundered through Scotland must thunder through England again.

For those who like me did, this book will be good reminder. Aug 02, Gemma rated it liked it. Have you ever wanted to be a super hero? Well worth the read, even if you’re already familiar with Wimber.

While the idea is discussed early in the book, the title is somewhat misleading.