Marvels and Signs: Quintessential Essays From an Anglican Pentecostal — William De Arteaga (Paperback Book)
In the early days of the Smithton Outpouring (1996), I read a book by a Charismatic author with ties to the Anglican Communion—Quenching the Spirit. In this well-researched work, William De Arteaga unpacked the nuances of revival history and the importance of encountering God’s presence. This book became highly influential in my life.
Years later, I became friends with De Arteaga and he asked if I would be open to publishing a collection of his essays on history, healing, and a variety of other topics. I told him I would love to bring it into print. So, his book, Marvels and Signs, is now available. If you want a fresh perspective about the past and future of Spirit-filled Christianity, you’ll want this book. De Arteaga has walked alongside notable figures and remains a key leader from the Charismatic Renewal. He still has many important things to share. We should pay attention to the voices of the fathers while we still have them in our midst.