God has a strategy for the times of crisis, war, persecution and social upheaval that the end-times will bring. Even now this divine initiative and strategy is being made known to the church worldwide. Places of Refuge are emerging in the nations. This book serves as a "first of it's kind" resource for builders of refuge. Through demystifying the topic of refuge and giving a clarion call that great trouble and great triumph are upon us, Places of Refuge: Mercy in the Coming Storm is both a practical and provoking read. Using biblical, historical and contemporary examples, Craig is able to clearly articulate 5 Expressions of Refuge that emerge during times of great pressure and trial. If you've wondered what role you have in the end-time drama or how the church should reprioritize it's mission in light of the coming hour, then this book is a must have.
Craig Cook is the Director of the House of Prayer Evansville. HOPE is a praying, missional community which combines the house of prayer, local and global missions, and transformational justice initiatives. Craig serves on the Board of Directors for Crisis Response International. Craig lives in southern Indiana with his wife, Dawn, their three daughters, Ivy, Katie, Janie Mae and their faithful dog, Clover.