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The Risk Factor: Crossing the Chicken Line into Your Supernatural Destiny was written by a father-son team who discuss the dynamics and importance of risk as a kingdom lifestyle of faith that rockets believers into the supernatural - and into fulfilling their unique God-given destinies. Through many down-to-earth and inspiring true stories, the Dedmons raise the standard for what is attainable for all believers - including healing. You are challenged to embrace and celebrate risk and encouraged to take steps to cross your own "chicken line" to see what God will do through you as a world changer and history maker.

What is risk?

  • R - Radical. There is nothing safe about taking a risk.
  • I - Individual. No one can take risk for you.
  • S - Sensible. Risk is a key core value of the Kingdom.
  • K - Kinetic. We cannot just talk about risk - we must take action!

Filled with practical tools as well as theological foundations for living a lifestyle of risk, you will be inspired and motivated to step into new levels of risk - propelling you into supernatural living of joy and success.

©2011 Kevin Dedmon (P)2017 Destiny Image Publishers

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Life changing book.

Thoroughly enjoyed the book, and I'm going to cross that chicken line. thank you very much.

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