A New Apostolic Reformation? by R. Douglass Geivett and Holly Pevic is a relevant book for Christian readers or anyone who wants to study the apostolic reformation.
For lay readers, the book explains different concepts relating to the New Apostolic Reformation Movement, like receiving revelation and interceding before God. I was previously unfamiliar with prayerwalking, so that segment of the book was also insightful. The book very clearly described who apostles are and what authority they have. It was eye-opening to read what the apostolic reformation thinks regarding miracles, miraculous gifts, and The Seven Mountain Mandate.
The book is nicely researched, with citations well documented. The occasional bullet points and numbering of important topics made it easy and enjoyable to read.
Before reading the book, I was unaware that organizations such as Youth with a Mission (YWAM) and Campus Crusade had adopted The Seven Mountain Mandate, making me further realize that the New Apostolic Reformation Movement is not merely a fringe Christian movement, but something that often is part of many mainstream Christian organizations.
Not only does the book function as a guide for the apostolic reformation, but is also acts like an essay, with the authors presenting their thoughtful, well-researched opinion.
I received this book from Cross Focused Reviews in exchange for an honest review. You can buy the book here on Amazon.