When God Breaks In
Revival can happen again
By Michael Green
Religion is on the increase worldwide, but seems to be at an increasingly low ebb in the UK. Is all lost?
Despite the growth of religion in general and Christianity in particular around the world, Western Europe and the UK remain overwhelmingly secular, with the church increasingly seen as backwards and irrelevant.
In this provocative book well-known speaker and author Michael Green gives a snapshot of various different revivals from the UK's history, as well as describing how the early church started and focusing on various revivals around the world. Be bold, writes Michael - revival can happen again!
Michael Green has had a long and interesting life. With first-class degrees from both Oxford and Cambridge, he combines the gifts of both theologian and evangelist. He is an Anglican minister, has travelled in every continent to spread the gospel, and has been special adviser in evangelism to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. He has taught in universities, been principal of a theological college, led a large university church, written more than 50 books and engaged fruitfully in church-planting overseas. He lives in Oxfordshire with his wife, Rosemary.
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10 Sep 2015
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Hodder & Stoughton
Michael Green needs no introduction to readers of CEN...Green points to the paradoxical nature of the period through which we are living... he sees revivals happening when the spiritual outlook appears bleak. — The Church Newspaper
It's an excellent and easy read. — Together Magazine
When God Breaks In: Revival Can Happen Again by Michael Green is an almost breathless popular account of revival from Pentecost through to the present day, written with the purpose "to ignite the torch of hope that God can do it again" — Minsitry Today