Reluctantly Supernatural

Science has failed to answer our deepest questions concerning the purpose and significance of human life. As a result, our culture is turning to the supernatural realm for the answers. The Bible is literally filled with the supernatural power of God intervening into human affairs. Not only does God act supernaturally into the lives of His people but he does so through the lives of his people.

This book contains amazing stories of our personal experiences with the Holy Spirit, as well as the experiences of others. The purpose of this book is to give you, through sound teaching and real life examples, all the guidance necessary to begin co-operating with the Holy Spirit in living a supernatural lifestyle. It will inform you, inspire you and transform you. It is a truly life-changing book. Join us for the adventure! Order here.

This is the most comprehensive and informative book I have ever read on the gift of prophecy. The real-life stories will surprise you and the practical application will inspire you to step out and let God use even you in this amazing supernatural gift!

John Ettore, lead pastor,
Gathering Place Church



Is God ReligiousWhat if our faith was never meant to be a religion? What if treating it as a religion is the fastest way to prevent it being a relationship? What if most of the problems you are having in living your faith come down to trying to live it as a religion? What about the joy you are supposed to be experiencing? What if religion is the antithesis of joy? If these questions reveal a lingering dissatisfaction with your faith, then my new book, Is God Religious? is for you. Here’s my premise: God is not religious. In fact, He hates religion and came to save us from it. Christianity was never meant to be a religion – it started as a relationship [think garden] and was intended to finish as a relationship [think Heaven]. The middle is supposed to be a relationship as well [think your life right now].What if you can’t have a relationship with God while treating it as a religion?

We “talk” relationship but we “live” religion, with unsatisfying results. Christianity defines itself, first and foremost, as a relationship with God. Even though this is true, our human nature tends toward living a relationship with God as if it were a religion. A life focused on good behavior [religion] is essentially a life of self-focus, which is ultimately self-defeating as a substitute for actually knowing God. This book brings freedom from the bondage of critical self-judgment and the tyranny of living under a performance orientation toward God. Order here.