Jack Hayford’s approach to speaking in tongues doesn’t fit the stereotype.
Revised and expanded with new content. People often think speaking in tongues is either gibberish or emotional exuberance. They think it is strange, dramatic, or sometimes excessive. Even among Spirit-filled communities, there is disagreement over the importance of tongues.
Pastor Jack makes a persuasive case for accepting tongues as a normal part of a Christian’s experience. In sensible, biblical terms he reaches across denominational lines to explain this intimate encounter with the heart of God. This revised and expanded edition includes fourteen never-before published lessons from Pastor Jack.
Paperback / 288 Pages / Revised and Expanded
Author Bio: Pastor Jack Hayford has written or collaborated on over 100 books and composed over 500 songs, including the internationally acclaimed hymn, "Majesty." He is the founding pastor of The Church On The Way in Van Nuys, California, where he served as the senior pastor for more than three decades. He also served as president of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. Pastor Jack is currently the Chancellor Emeritus of The King’s University and an apostolic elder at Gateway Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.