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The Seed and the Cloud: Alternative Thoughts on Finding Direction (The Kingdom Trilogy) (Volume 3) Paperback – February 12, 2016
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Paul Clayton Gibbs has a mission and a vision to make missionaries who make missionaries all over the world...and he is doing it through the Pais Movement which he founded in 1992. This global ministry is currently impacting six continents, not just sharing the gospel, but equipping, training, and mentoring people to advance the Kingdom of God. Serving as Global Director of Pais, Paul is a gifted speaker, teacher, and author who spends much of his time producing resources to train and mentor Christian leaders. He also travels throughout the world, speaking and teaching. Originally from Manchester, England, Paul and his wife Lynn have two grown sons Joel and Levi. The couple now resides in Arlington, Texas.
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The structure of the 'Seed and the Cloud' is very easy to read and entertaining as Paul provides you some of his own personal antidotes. With illustrations and small worksheets it is very easy for you to apply it to your own personal circumstances. The terminology might seem hard to understand at first but, it is definitely worth getting on board with as it draws you into the bigger picture.