This book seeks to address both the bewilderment and desire for prophetic visionary leadership in the contemporary church by a discussion of two significant revivals of the 1600s: the English Nonconformist Quakers and the Protestant French Huguenots. How can prophetic vision be incorporated successfully into the ministry of the church? Campbell argues that the mission of the apostle, evangelist, pastor and teacher is to be prophetically inspired and led in every way by the union of the Word, the Person of Jesus Christ, and the Person of the Holy Spirit
About the author
Jenny Campbell was called by God from South Africa in 2000. During her time in the UK she has served the Church on staff in two Anglican parishes and taught theology in four leading colleges.
At present, she is Programme Tutor and a Module Leader for the MA in Spiritual Formation at Waverley Abbey College. Jenny leads Eaglesinflight (www.eaglesinflight.net), an apostolic ministry dedicated to teaching the gift of prophecy to churches and networks, equipping leaders to hear God for strategic vision through conferences, seminars, and retreats. She has written two theological works on the gift of prophecy and a third, Prophecy for Anyone. Jenny has lived in Wiltshire for 13 years and enjoys walking and running on the Downs.