Flame of God:
The Fire of the Holy Spirit in Spain
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Are you frustrated by your lack of power to live an authentic Christian life? Do you want more boldness to share the Good News of Christ? Do you desire the gifts of the Holy Spirit to be manifested in your life?
American missionary Daniel Del Vecchio moved in miracles, healings, and deliverance while ministering in Cuba, Mexico, and Spain. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, he reached out to backpacking youth traveling through Torremolinos in the 1970s and 80s, spearheading an international Christian community and evangelical churches in Spain. These communities opened drug rehabilitation centers and cared for the poor and marginalized and those suffering from trauma and abuse. Light always overcomes the darkness!
Flame of God reads like a modern-day book of Acts. It will encourage you to obey the Word of God, to step out boldly as Christ’s ambassador, and to persevere through trials, sacrifice, and opposition. Your faith will be ignited! “The fire of the Holy Spirit can burn in millions of hearts, if we don’t allow the love of the world to extinguish it” (Dan Del Vecchio).
The joy of the Lord is contagious! We aren’t all called to be pioneering missionaries, but we all have a part to play in God's strategy to reach our neighbors and the nations!
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 304
About the Author:
Darla Milne is the author of Second Chance (the story of gang leader Israel Narvaez, from The Cross and the Switchblade.) She has worked in the media, film, and television business, and more recently served as an aid worker for over two decades in a country ravaged by war. Her life was radically changed by experiencing the infilling of the Holy Spirit at the Evangelical Community Church in Torremolinos, Spain.
Pastor Dan Del Vecchio has preached the gospel for sixty-five years. He’s been privileged to participate in twenty revivals across many nations. God gave him a vision of what He wanted to do in Spain, and it “spread like wildfire.”