Dr. K. Neill Foster was a pastor, evangelist, teacher, publisher, author, Founder and Director of Nakamun Family Camp, Founder and President of Evangelistic Enterprises Society, Trustee of Simpson College, Member of the Board of Managers for the C&MA USA, Director of Christian Publications Inc., and friend. His work suddenly came to an end when the Lord called him home in May 2006.
This website was designed to showcase not only his books and writings but that of many other authors as well. The content of this site is maintained by a friend to enable many more people to be exposed to his wisdom and sound reasoning. It is our prayer that you will be blessed as you read the material preserved here for your personal benefit.
The Third View of Tongues (On Line)
A surprising and forceful case for the middle ground
Horizon Books, 3825 Hartzdale Drive, Camp Hill, PA 17011, ISBN: 0-88965-051-9. ©1994 K. Neill Foster, Originally copyrighted © 1975, by Bethany Fellowship, Inc., under the title Help! I Believe in Tongues
The Happen Stance: How to Make Things Happen In Your Christian Life (Warfare Weapons) (On Line)
Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data, Foster, Neill. The happen stance. 1. Christian life-1960- I. Title. BV4501.2.F65, 248'.4, 77-13263 ISBN 0-8407-5625-9
Sorting Out The Supernatural: If It Happens in Church, Is It Always of God?
ISBN: 0875098673, Paperback, 432pp, Pub. Date: May 2001 Publisher: Christian Publications, Incorporated
This book is an exploratory, non-exhaustive look at the contemorary components of Judeo-Christian life and practice - prophecy, tongues-speaking, revelation, signs and wonders, healing, deliverance, providences, falling and more. Liberally sprinkled with both historical and contemporary illustrations, these pages provide though-provoking insight for our times.
Dr. Gordon E. Johnson
Essays on the Cross -English and Spanish
Dr. Arnold Cook
"Are you making your MIFG?"
Rev. Del McKenzie
Essays on the Spirit-filled life.
Dr. Paul King
Editor of Classic-Christianity
Rev. Bill McLeod
Judgment - Could it be?
Views on the News
Rev. Arnold Reimer
Crisis and Fulness