This posting celebrates the writings of my wife Carolyn. Her book, Watching God Work: The Stuff of Miracles, has just been given a great review in the electronic journal, Pneuma Review HERE. If you have not noticed yet, Pneuma Review is really a terrific journal that posts articles and book reviews from top notch Christian scholars and leaders from the Pentecostal/charismatic world. I am proud to have several of my book reviews and articles posted on the Pneuma Review website. You can access a whole string of my reviews and articles by typing “De Arteaga” in the search box.
Here is a sample from the book. It is on retroactive prayer:
The book has questions for discussion after every chapter,
which makes the work especially useful for Sunday school. I believe
it has a special anointing of encouragement, especially for those Believers who
“sort of” believe in the miraculous, but are suspicious, or timid in trying
out faith-filled prayers. You can get Watching God Work from Amazon HERE
“Just praise the Lord,” said Bill. When he hung up he turned to me and said, “The Lord knew at nine o’clock that we would pray as soon as we got the message. He just honored our prayers as they were needed.” Then Bill added, “Remember the Lord isn’t bound by time as we are. He can answer a prayer long before we ask.”
The background for the novels is based on our life in the north Georgia mountains and the town of Jasper, called Windy Ridge in her novels. The first book is titled Wake the Sleeping Lady, and the second Over Oglethorpe Mountain. The series is published by OakTara, and the first two can be ordered HERE from Amazon.