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Do What Jesus Did (Book & 4 CD Set)

Do the Things That Excite Jesus.

Robby Dawkins hadn't moved past the youthful wristband's what-would-Jesus-do question — until he discovered the things Jesus did are not just history. They're for real for today.

A Chicagoland pastor, Robby was afraid to pray for people, but when he started living the way Jesus did, his life changed, as he says, to something straight out of a movie. So can yours.

You can sit back and envy Robby's stories, or you can use this book and 4-CD set to learn simple, practical ways to take hold of your God-given "power-tools" — healing, ministering the presence of God, prophetic ministry and even deliverance from demonic power. And through amazing but true stories from the front lines of ministry, you'll see what happens when ordinary Christians call on God's power to bring His kingdom to earth.

Robby's message is simple — take some chances. Take some risks in the Name of Jesus.

Robby Dawkin's Field Guide to Doing What Jesus Did

Robbie Dawkins was born to missionary parents and wanted to be a missionary himself from age two. Robby and his wife, Angie, planted a church among the urban poor of Aurora, Illinois. More than half his congregation received salvation through powerful encounters and miracles. He travels around the world training people to do what Jesus did.

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About It's Supernatural!

It's Supernatural! deals with subjects that most shy away from in this seeker-sensitive age. It emphasizes the supernatural, biblical viewpoint that the secular networks do not understand. And at the end of each program, host, Sid Roth, tells the viewers how they can have intimacy with God.

About Sid Roth

Sid Roth, host of It's Supernatural! television program, is a Jewish believer in Jesus the Messiah. In 1977 Sid started a ministry called Messianic Vision and a nationally syndicated radio broadcast by the same name (he started the TV program in the 1990's). But the Messianic Vision is more than a ministry or a program; it is a desire to reach out with the good news of the Messiah "to the Jew first" (Romans 1:16). This is not just God's historical order for spreading the gospel, but also His eternal spiritual order. When we follow this "law of evangelism," God opens a supernatural door to reach large numbers of Gentiles (even more than if we had gone to the Gentile first). God's heart is to reach all people. His strategy is "to the Jew first."
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