By Marty M. Hohmann
Bookstore shelves are filled with books about leadership — how to be the boss, command respect and successfully get others to follow.
But when was the last time you saw a book about supernatural leadership, in which the leader submits to daily board meetings with a Higher Power?
Apostle Debra Harris of Kingdom Connected Ministries International in Newnan has just released her second book, “Supernatural Leadership: The Need for Supernatural Leadership in the Days to Come” and the timing could not have been more God-ordained.
“I believe God has led me to finish writing this book in this hour because of a real need for supernatural leadership and truly following the Holy Spirit’s lead,” she said. “This is the right season to release it because our days will not get better, but harder. It will take supernatural leadership, power, faith and demonstration of God-Elohim’s life in the believer.”
Harris says the church has been in a slumber and in many cases, ceded its role in society due to COVID-19. But, she says, these are clearly last days and “God is supernaturally recharging leaders to bring the Body of Christ back to order. The paradigm shift has happened and it starts with leaders.”
In her book, Harris explains what it means to be a leader led by the Holy Spirit and how to lead others into overcoming evil and reaping a great harvest of souls in this late hour. Included are numerous examples of supernatural leaders from Scripture and the lessons that can be gleaned from them.
Apostle Harris is partnering with Just 1 International’s Caitlin Crane and is donating 15 percent of every book sale to her organization, which Crane describes as a “community of abolitionists fighting for kids to be free.”
Just 1 International is committed to saving children from being trafficked all over the world and supports a safe house in Kenya where 21 girls from the ages of five to 20 have been rescued and are provided housing and education. “I am honored and blessed to have your help with donating to the orphanage,” said Crane.
“As a Kingdom citizen, we are helpers to one another. It is my pleasure and duty to sow into Kingdom work, and I am honored,” said Harris.