Friday, July 3, 2015

Sons of God's Generals with #Review

About the Book:

One generation shall praise Your works to another, And shall declare Your mighty acts.
—Psalm 145:4
Go behind closed doors with the sons and daughters of modern world changers, as the next generation shares personal stories of what it was like growing up being the children of God’s generals.

In transparent, tell-all chapters, you will read first hand experiences from the children of:

• Bill and Beni Johnson • Heidi and Rolland Baker
• Randy and DeAnne Clark
• John and Carol Arnott
• Mike and Diane Bickle
• Lou and Therese Engle
• Che and Sue Ahn
• Georgian and Winnie Banov
• Jack and Trisha Frost
Be inspired… as the next generation shares their raw testimonies of encountering God—building their own personal relationships with Jesus

Be encouraged… as you witness secrets to building a long-lasting godly inheritance that you can pass on to the next generation

About the Author:
Joshua Frost is the youngest of three siblings born to Jack and Trisha Frost. Born in 1986 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Joshua moved to Redding, California to become part of Bill and Beni Johnson’s Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. While attending school in Redding, he met and married his wife, Holly Nicole Mack Frost. They presently reside in Redding with their two children. Joshua and Holly’s life ministry at present is to continue to be mentored by Generals, those who demonstrate the Love of Father God through the integrity of their own personal lives. Eventually they intend to pursue full time ministry however the Father leads them. They both serve on staff at Bethel Church, Redding, California.

MY REVIEW-This is a book I found to be interesting but not quite my style. I like biographies but I guess I prefer a longer length, instead of just a few pages long. This is my personal preference so please don't think I am being negative. The book itself was excellent in learning a tad about the sons of some people who may be well known to you. I hadn't ever heard of these people so I had a learning experience all around:) The authors all take a few pages and tell about their families, their ministries and what it was like growing up in their homes. The good, the bad, the privileges and the drawbacks. Many things are not any different than in a normal household, but others you may find interesting to read about. Again, this is a book that would be good for sons and fathers to read together, or even as a family.

**DISCLOSURE: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given, and all thoughts are 100% mine. Please read my full disclosure policy HERE.**

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