Power to Deliver: A Guide to Spiritual Warfare and Freedom
By: Stephen Beauchamp
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310 Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-07868407167, $ 15.99, 2015, 204 Pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake
The Power of God Demonstrated – A Paradigm for Christian Living
In his book “Power to Deliver: A Guide to Spiritual Warfare and Freedom” Stephen Beauchamp relates the story of a radical encounter with Jesus at the time of his salvation and of how he was miraculously delivered from demonic bondage by the power of the Holy Spirit. He tells of his years of training in deliverance ministry at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry and his three month internship ministry in Paris, France. He has since gained over ten years of experience in deliverance ministry and currently serves as director of Prophetic Healing and Deliverance training at the International House of Prayer University in Kansas City, Missouri. He equips leaders and pastors with solid ministry tools for strengthening their pastoral and deliverance ministries.
Beauchamp carefully develops and defines the meaning of “power” in the Biblical context and establishes evidence for a theology of present day operation of the gifts of the Spirit, the nature and character of God, and manifestations of the Spirit.
In the final chapters of the book Beauchamp looks at the reality of spiritual warfare, demonic strongholds, and operating in a deliverance ministry. He helps the reader understand their identity in Christ: as sons and daughters of God, as the bride of Christ, and as the priesthood of believers. He writes with clarity, transparency, integrity, sensitivity and authority.
“Power to Deliver: A Guide to Spiritual Warfare and Freedom” is a written for anyone seeking spiritual health, wholeness, and restoration. This is a book you will want to revisit frequently to review insights and perspectives on spiritual warfare and to pursue the power of God for your calling to deliverance ministry.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.