Daniel Henderson

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Pastor, Preacher, Renewal Catalyst, Leadership Coach & Author who is passionate about personal renewal, congregational revival & leadership restoration.

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Fresh Encounters: Experienc...

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Deeper Life: Satisfying the...

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Defying Gravity: How to Sur...

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CLIC, CLIC, CLIXXX: Le Prix...

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“For every Gospel action, there is an opposite and devious demonic reaction. We see this in the book of Acts. It appears in church history. We experience it in our personal journeys.”
Daniel Henderson

“In my prayer journey I’ve been motived by many lesser aspirations like guilt, approval before others and even a ego-driven desire for church growth. Of course, a passion for revival can even trigger more prayers. Yet, in the long run, we must remember that there is a difference between seeking revival from God vs. seeking God for revival.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“We do well to be reminded that the devil hates a praying leader and a praying church. When we begin to pray, we pick a fight with the devil at a whole new level. Yet, our calling is to be praying menaces to the enemy.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“Our real problem is not the pervasiveness of the darkness but a failure of the light. Light always dispels darkness. The glorious light of the resurrection life of Jesus Christ is still sufficient and available to those who reject self-reliance and return to His plan for biblical leadership. This return can reignite the radiance of the Gospel in transforming power.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church Through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“There is a difference between a church that prays and a praying church. One has prayer programs. The other develops a prayer culture.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church Through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“The prayer level of a church never rises any higher than the personal example and passion of the leaders. The quantity and quality of prayer in leadership meetings is the essential indicator of the amount of prayer that will eventually arise among the congregation.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church Through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“[R]eal prayer is not an excuse for laziness but, in fact, is one of the most arduous engagements I know of in ministry. Prayer is not a replacement for hard work but, in most cases, empowerment for even more fruitful work.”
Daniel Henderson, Old Paths, New Power: Awakening Your Church Through Prayer and the Ministry of the Word

“For every Gospel action, there is an opposite and devious demonic reaction. We see this in the book of Acts. It appears in church history. We experience it in our personal journeys.”
Daniel Henderson




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