“Moving in the Apostolic” is a comprehensive guide on the apostolic ministry. John Eckhardt describes the apostolic gift and its functions. He shows the difference between the office of apostle and the gifting and calling of each believer.
Eckhardt goes into great depth and covers his subject thoroughly. You can’t expect to read through it casually or even just one time. The abundance of material covered in this book is remarkable considering the size (only 165 pages). The best chapter is chapter 10 entitled “A blueprint for apostolic living”. You will find biblical examples and a short discussion on the Tabernacle of David.
If you want to know more about this important aspect of the church and the apostolic gifting, Eckhardt’s book will more than satisfy.
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