|Book Title||Is God Really Good?|
Bill Johnson Bio
Bill Johnson is the Senior Pastor of Bethel Church. Bill is a fifth generation pastor with a rich heritage in the things of the Spirit. This apostolic network has crossed denominational lines in building relationships that enable church leaders to walk in both purity and power.
The present move of God has brought Bill into a deeper understanding of the phrase, "on earth as it is in heaven." Heaven is the model for our life and ministry. Jesus lived with this principle by only doing what He saw His Father doing. Learning to recognize the Holy Spirit's presence, and how to follow His lead will enable us to do the works of Christ, destroying the works of the devil. Healing and deliverance must become the common expression of this gospel of power once again.
Bill and the Bethel Church family have taken on this theme for life and ministry. Healings, ranging from cancer to broken bones, to learning disorders and emotional healing, happen with regularity. This is the children's bread. And these works of God are not limited to revival meetings. The church is learning how to take this anointing to the schools, workplace, and neighborhoods with similar results. Bill teaches that we owe the world an encounter with God, and that a Gospel without power is not the Gospel that Jesus preached.
Bill Johnson Answers Your Toughest Questions about the Goodness of God
Bill Johnson helps answer some of your most controversial and challenging questions about the goodness of God!
To build your life on the solid foundation of God’s goodness, you must be willing to ask the tough questions. Pastor Bill Johnson draws from over 40 years of ministry leadership and experience with God to Biblically answer some of your most frequently-asked questions about God’s goodness: Is God really in control of everything? Is God the same in both the Old and New Testaments? If God is good, and wants to heal people, why do people still get sick?
The truth in these pages will help you answer the most important and foundational question of all: Is God really good?