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MOVING MOUNTAINS
With
SUPERNATURAL
FAITH
Dominating CircumstancesWith Kingdom Power
WINSTON DAVENPORT
 
1.Who exactly are you targeting?
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
is aimed at persons who consider themselves Christian. Due to thechallenging nature of the subject matter, this book is best suited for those who desire to further ordeepen their spiritual walk, specifically in the area of faith and miracles. However, this workpossesses the capability to inspire less-mature believers—even the unsaved—by fostering a hungerfor more knowledge of the Kingdom. As does God Himself, this book presents entrance to a life of passion, creativity, and risk. No matter who you are, these pages will call you higher into yourdestiny, even if that means initial acceptance of the Kingdom through Jesus Christ. From atheological perspective, this work is aimed at Pentecostal/Charismatic Christians due to a heavyemphasis on faith, the Holy Spirit, and the believer's authority. Though most appropriate for aspecific people group, this book could easily be mass-marketed due to the solutions it poses to manyproblems commonly faced all throughout society. However, you will discover I have not compromisedits message in the name of "seeker-friendliness."
2.What age group fits your book, as in range of ages?
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
contains materials and theological perspectives that couldpotentially offend the more conservative beliefs of those steeped in tradition. For those people, I wishthis book to provide release from the self-imposed chains of religion-as-is in order to thrust them intotrue Kingdom living. This transcends any certain age group. However, many older folks might find itscontents harsh or unsettling. Because there is no age in which one doesn't face significant obstacles,this book will be beneficial to all. This bracket encompasses young people who are full of zeal, as wellas the middle-aged, looking for a way out of the monotony of life so common to their generation. Thisbook offers solutions to many problems commonly faced by those in this age group.
3.What point of view do you desire?
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
is written from the author's perspective, speaking directly to thereader. It contains many illustrations, pulling from the author's experiences written in first person, aswell as stories of others, told in third person. This book primarily uses the active voice so as toeffectively engage the reader.
4.How proactive/challenging a read would you like?
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
is written clearly and concisely, at an eighth-grade reading level.Literarily easy to comprehend, this book employs many story-illustrations and examples. However,this work will definitely challenge the beliefs held by most Christians. I have designed the book toexpose religious mindsets that contradict true Kingdom living as revealed in the Bible and in theperson of Jesus Christ. I want my readers to feel deeply convicted, challenged—even
scandalized—while
never feeling belittled. I want this book to glow in the memory of the reader as forcefully compelling,evoking a sense of urgency, yet nurturing and connecting. It seems to say, "Listen, we have a long journey ahead of us and it won't always be easy, but I will be with you the whole way." I challengecurrent paradigms and unapologetically hold the reader—as well as the whole Church—accountableto the truth presented in the Bible. This book also implements a prophetic voice, addressing whatGod is doing in the earth today.
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5.Are you writing a self-help, a motivational, an inspirational, or a theological styled book?
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
could easily fall under any of these categories. I would emphasizeits inspiring nature as well as its biblically founded, theological perspective. I have written intendingto connect with the reader, helping them understand the author, and more importantly making themfeel like the author understands
them.
Much of this book exposes the divergence between what the
Bible
teaches and what is commonly taught in the Church. Through revealing deep, scriptural truths,this work inspires the reader to unashamedly leave his comfort zone and pursue a life of faith—riskyand intimidating as it may be. A specific goal is to introduce the proven principles of the New Thought and positive thinking movement into everyday Christian living, demonstrating the Biblicalorigins of these methods.
6.How much editorial latitude are you willing to relinquish?
 This book must arrest the reader with vivid imagery, convicting statements and connecting stories.If the book ever seems to disconnect from the reader, I request editing. If it departs from the air of firm resolve, that must be corrected. Quite simply, how does
Moving Mountains with Supernatural Faith
present itself to another skilled author and word connoisseur? I am willing to consider every editorialsuggestion. I'm confident of the message I'm attempting to convey and won't feel threatened bystrenuous criticism. I also know where to draw the line, disallowing the editor to overshadow myunique voice/perspectives by his/her own viewpoints or cookie-cutter expectations. If I weresearching for a suitable nanny for my precious child, I would not simply settle for the first applicant.Likewise, this book
is me—my 
heart, my creativity, my destiny. Though willing to let an editor properlycare for and invest in this "child," it will always be my baby. It would be a shame after so much timeand effort invested in this work, to neglect the insight of those who matter most: my readers.© 2009 by Winston Davenport
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