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- The Public War Between The Creator and Creation
- The Excesses of Ambition and Greed
- Our Role in Revival
- The Lies of Acceptance and Tolerance
- The Christian and Demonization
- The Powerful Gift of Three-Way Listening
- Insights and Process for Effectively Dealing with False Prophet Spirits (FPs)
About the Authors
Mr. Thornberg is no stranger to the enticement of ambition. For 15 years he was head of the Better Business Bureau of Boise, Idaho, USA. During that time he climbed to the top of his professional world and was subsequently acknowledged by his peers as the national BBB of the Year, as well as being named in all the appropriate “Who’s Who” listings. Today, he is Executive Director of Freedom Encounters (FE), an organization that seeks to administer spiritual healing to those in need of it. FE also trains both Christian leaders to deal with those needs in their congregations and owners and leadership teams within their businesses. He and his wife Sylvia minister together out of Boise, Idaho in the United States. (Unless otherwise noted, scriptures are quoted from the NKJV translation.)
Rev. Dr. David M. Oliver
Rev. Dr. David M. Oliver is the founder of Living Water, LLC in North Canton, Ohio. He assists Christian leaders and churches across the globe to develop strengths, heal hurts and create positive change. To do this he uses Transformational Coaching, Christ-centered Spiritual Direction, Inner Healing and Freedom Encounter Deliverance. Dr. Oliver and his wife, Dr. Jane Hoyt-Oliver, have one daughter, Michelle. Dr. Oliver earned his Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation at Asbury Theological Seminary and his Master of Divinity from Duke University Divinity School. Before founding Living Water, he served churches in Ohio for nearly thirty years.