Wednesday, May 20, 2020

"Assessing Your Prophetic Self" by Paula A. Price PH.D. Book Tour and GiveAway

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About the Book

Book:  Assessing Your Prophetic Self
Author: Paula A. Price PH.D.
Genre: RELIGION / Christianity/Pentecostal & Charismatic
Release Date: April 17, 2020
The Prophetic Primers are a series of smaller books based on the best-selling The Prophet’s Dictionaryand The Prophet’s Handbookthat will bring clarity, discovery, and definition to the training of prophetic gifts. In Assessing Your Prophetic Self, Dr. Paula A. Price provides diagnostic tools, as well as language and knowledge, to discern, measure, and encourage the gifts of novice prophets. Readers will receive links for an online prophetic assessment test. Dr. Price also sets specific and measurable objectives, goals, and outcomes for the formation of a prophetic ministry. Also includes an introduction for the seasoned prophet looking to mentor others in the ministry.

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"Assessing Your Prophetic Self" by  Paula A. Price  is a book that I really wanted to like but sadly I have to say I didn't. It was too text bookish for me. I had to reread the passages several times to understand what I was reading. I am going to reread this book at a later time to see if it is just me, you know sometimes a book isn't just the right book for the season you are in and I am hoping that is the case with this book.

I was real excited to see this book at first because I am trying to find out what my Spiritual gifts are.

There are things I agreed with that are said in the book, We have to read and study and know God's words before we can even begin to tell others what He is saying.

I really don't like that I'm the first to review this book because I didn't like it but I will let others decide for themselves.

There are words clouds and etc, that you are to choose from but I was lost on what I was really supposed to do with the words clouds. I think this book might be a workbook so that might also be another reason this book isn't for me at this time.

Even through I didn't like the book, there are some points that are worth remembering that are in it.

I was given a complementary copy by the author and Celebrate Lit. These opinions are my own.

About the Author

Paula A. Price is quickly becoming the international voice on the subject of apostolic and prophetic ministry. She has founded and established three churches, an apostolic and prophetic Bible institute, a publication company, a consulting firm, and a global collaborative network linking apostles and prophets together for the purpose of kingdom vision and ventures. Although she has written over twenty-five books, manuals, and other course material on the apostolic and prophetic, she is most recognized for her unique 1,600-term The Prophet’s Dictionary, a concise prophetic training manual entitled Church Prophets, and her follow-up, The Prophet’s Handbook, a tool for establishing prophetic ministry in the church. Paula is host of her own program, Let’s Just Talk: Where God Makes Sense. She has a D.Min. and a Ph.D. in Religious Education from Word of Truth Seminary in Alabama. She is also a wife, mother of three daughters, and the grandmother of two. She and her husband Tom presently pastor New Creation Worship Assembly in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

More from Paula

My previous books, THE PROPHET’s DICTIONARY and THE PROPHET’s HANDBOOK have sold extremely well and have offered guidance and wisdom to many. This new book, ASSESSINGG YOUR PROPHETIC SELF is the first of The Prophetic Primer Series that will bring more clarity and discovery to your training in the prophetic.

Blog Stops

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Vicky Sluiter, May 28 (Spotlight)
Andrea Christenson, May 30 (Spotlight)
Through the Fire Blogs, June 1 (Spotlight)


To celebrate her tour, Paula is giving away the grand prize package of a $20 Starbucks gift card and a copy of the book!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.


Rita Wray said...

I enjoyed reading the post.

James Robert said...

I appreciate getting to hear about your book. Thank you for sharing!

Joan Nienhuis said...

Debbie, I am posting my review tomorrow. Your evaluation is correct. I had difficulty with the book too. It is hard to understand and I really don't think it is an assessment at all.

Julie Waldron said...

I'm not really into these types of books, thanks for your honest review.