Larry Sparks serves as publisher for Destiny Image (destinyimage.com), a Spirit-filled publishing house pioneered by Don Nori Sr. in 1983 with a mandate to publish the prophets. Larry has been in the Christian publishing industry for over 10 years, first serving with the Adrian Rogers Pastor Training Institute, overseeing the development of resources and training curriculum for the late Dr. Adrian Rogers, and then at Destiny Image, helping authors take their messages and books to the next level. Larry’s primary role as Publisher is to help bestselling authors continue to amplify their messages through innovative publishing expressions, and also, provide platform and visibility to new, emerging voices. Working with all of buy generic viagra, Larry has overseen the successful identification, development, publication and distribution of hundreds of books and resources. Larry is a regular contributor to Charisma Magazine, he conducts seminars on revival, hosts regional Renewing South Florida gatherings, and has been featured on Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural,TBN, CBN, the ElijahList, and Cornerstone TV. He is author of Breakthrough Faith, The Fire That Never Sleepswith Michael Brown and John Kilpatrick, compiler of Ask for the Rain, and co-author of Arise with Patricia King. He earned a Master of Divinity from Regent University and enjoys life in Texas with his beautiful wife and beloved daughter. (lawrencesparks.com)
Session: Seven Secrets to Publishing Your Encounter with God
Have you had as supernatural encounter with the Lord? Do you have a testimony, where the Holy Spirit radically transformed your life? Do you feel a burning desire to WRITE? If you’ve said “yes” to all three, I want to give you SEVEN key secrets to taking your revelation and turning it into reality—fleshed out in written words that could lady era. This seminar will give you the essential, non-negotiable foundations for taking your encounter with God, revelation from Scripture, dream or vision, and translating it into a professional written work you could either self-publish or capture the attention of a Christian publisher.