Woman: Step Out of the Boat

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 344 pages
In 2005 The Lord spoke to me one morning that he was going to use Esther's .At the time it was unclear to me whether it was a generation of Esther's or people called Esther. This very prophecy was confirmed through others. God is raising women, in the body of Christ with power, But they will have to answer the call first. As time went by, he begun to impress it in my heart to reach out to Esther's of today and encourage them to step out into ministry. Not only did he reveal to me that there was a need for women to step out, but there was also an extreme Urgency. God wants women to be a big part of the great revival that is going to spread across the earth. He spoke to me through various Scriptures and revealed that there were things that had held women back from serving him and walking in their calling. I believe that those God has been calling to serve him, will discover in this book certain things that they may not have realized .I pray that they will be blessed and that this mission will be accomplished by the guidance of the Holy Spirit. E.Njeri Gakunju is a missionary from Kenya East Africa, who currently resides in Santa Rosa, CA. She has been serving in various African ministries in The US and is currently under the leadership of Bishop Cecil Hale Jr. She is a freelance writer. She is not only an anointed Worshipper, song writer, but has the Gift of Prophecy. Njeri has a great heart for revival.
 

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Contents

Go into the World
25
Meaning of Ministry
51
Placement
83
A Macedonia Cry
105
The Remarkable Ministry
121
Denouncing Myths
137
Why the Woman?
157
Women of Virtue
169
Obedience
205
Preparation
221
Alignment
251
Commitment
265
Balance
283
Timing
293
Stepping Out of the boat
305
Staying Connected
321

Your Destiny
175
Gods Call and Choice
191
Prayer
331
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