Encountering G12 – Footnotes

  1. Cesar Castellanos, Dream and You Will Win the World (Hollywood, FL: G12 Editors, 2004), pp.24, 25
    2. Ibid, p.25 [Back]
  2. Ibid, p. 25 [Back]
  3. Ibid, p. 27 [Back]
  4. See http://visiong12.com/eng/biography/ [Back]
  5. Dream, p. 81 [Back]
  6. Andrea Tunarosa, “Spreading the Word — Fast” in Wall Street Journal, July 28, 2006 http://www.opinionjournal.com/taste/?id=110008717 [Back]
  7. See http://visiong12.com/eng/biography/ [Back]
  8. As cited in “Cities with the world’s largest churches,” World magazine,
    March 24/31, 2007, p. 62. This list ranks the Mision Carismatica Internacional in fourth place, after Yoido Full Gospel Church (Seoul, South Korea), Eglise Baptiste Oeuvres et Missions (Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire), and Iglesia Metodista Pentecostal de Jotabeche (Santiago, Chile). [Back]
  9. Tunarosa, “Spreading the Word — Fast” [Back]
  10. Dream, p. 197 [Back]
  11. Dream, p. 199 [Back]
  12. Dream, p. 201 [Back]
  13. César Castellanos, Sueña e Ganaras el Mundo (Bogota: Editorial Vilit Ltda., 1998), p. 169 [Back]
  14. César Castellanos, Liderazgo de éxito a través de los 12 (Bogota: Vilit Editorial, 1999), pp. 246–47 [Back]
  15. Sueña p. 169 [Back]
  16. Dream, p. 189 [Back]
  17. Ibid [Back]
  18. Dream, p. 111 [Back]
  19. Ibid [Back]
  20. Dream, p. 109 [Back]
  21. Bray Sibley, “The Power of the Net” at http://visiong12.com/eng/g12net/?resource=articles/2 [Back]
  22. César Castellanos, The Ladder of Success (Sunny Isles, FL: G12 Publishers, 2001), p. 46 [Back]
  23. Dream, p. 105 [Back]
  24. Dream, p. 52 [Back]
  25. Ladder, p. 59 [Back]
  26. Dream, p. 126 [Back]
  27. Ladder, p. 96 [Back]
  28. Ibid [Back]
  29. Ladder, p. 97 [Back]
  30. Ladder, p. 117 [Back]
  31. Ladder, p. 116 [Back]
  32. “Does this mean that the Encounters are only for new believers? No, they are for everybody. Often believers today have never been truly consolidated in their faith as experienced in the Principle of 12 structure. This means many issues dealt with at the Encounter are still unresolved in their lives. Sadly, they carry pain, bondage and demonic curses for many years and still need to be set free in some areas of their lives.” In “What Is Encounter?” at http://g12revolution.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=13&Itemid=9 [Back]
  33. Ladder, p. 112 [Back]
  34. Inner healing (or healing of memories) is a popular and controversial counseling approach based on the belief that many of one’s present problems are rooted in harmful experiences that one has suppressed. [Back]
  35. Dream, p. 126 [Back]
  36. Ibid. p. 125 [Back]
  37. Ibid. pp. 122-123 [Back]
  38. Ibid. p. 125 [Back]
  39. César Castellanos, Encuentro #2 (Bogotá: Editorial Vilit, 1998), p. 52 (caps in original) [Back]
  40. Ibid. p. 48 [Back]
  41. Ibid. p. 48 [Back]
  42. Sueña, p. 109 [Back]
  43. Dream, p. 131 [Back]
  44. Ibid. p. 126 [Back]
  45. Third Theological Forum of the Assemblies of God of Cuba, July 11–13, 2006 [Back]
  46. Sueña, pp. 95-96 [Back]
  47. Joel Comiskey, Grupos de Doce (Groups of Twelve) (Terrassa, Spain: Editorial CLIE, 2001), p. 76 [Back]
  48. Successful Leadership, p. 252 [Back]
  49. Sueña, pp. 21-22 [Back]
  50. Dream, p. 174 [Back]
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