Free eBook by Elizabeth Ellynshaw

I am so excited to let you know about a brand-new book that has just been released and is available as a free PDF download. Elizabeth Ellynshaw is a beautiful woman of God who I first had the pleasure of meeting a few years ago at a Hearing God Through Your Dreams workshop hosted by Bishop Joseph Garlington at his church in Pittsburgh. She had been through our online trainings on the sacred supernatural and traveled in from out of town with a friend to attend our live event. It was wonderful for us all to connect in person!

You may remember Elizabeth’s testimony of angelic interaction, as she shared how Jesus made Scripture come alive through her conversations with Him, as well as her angels. She has an extraordinary life walking by the Spirit through both her visions by day and at night through her dreams. She is also an incredibly gifted writer.

You’ll see how instrumental my dad’s teaching on the 4 Keys to Hearing God’s Voice was in her life and how it helped provide a biblical foundation and framework for what she had been experiencing. Best of all it gave her the vocabulary and tools she needed to help others have a conversational relationship with Jesus too.

Elizabeth’s vision is for this book to get into the hands of people who may still have objections, concerns, or fears about listening to Holy Spirit, and also be something that those of us who do enjoy the gifts of the Spirit can share with friends and family who aren’t quite there yet. I’ll let her share a bit of her heart with you…


A Word from the Author 

“If I had only known what Mark Virkler is teaching now—how much pain I endured I would have escaped! How different would my life have been if I had known there are churches out there teaching Sunday School classes about the experiences I have been too afraid to ever tell anyone about? Like hearing God’s voice in my heart?”

The Holy Spirit inspired the Bible. The Bible teaches us about the Holy Spirit. Word and Spirit—they should be more inseparable than butter and bread. Yet we all know Christians and churches who have emphasized one of them over the other. 

This is the story of one evangelical girl’s journey from her upbringing in the Bible-cherishing “house that had bread” to discover her lost inheritance—and long-lost brothers and sisters—in the Spirit-celebrating “house that had butter.” Told first as an allegory and then as a literal memoir, it chronicles her story of discovering first that the God of the Bible was still alive and speaking, and then that the God who was alive and speaking was still the God of the Bible.  

Click here to download the ebook for free: Butter for the House of Bread – One Evangelical Daughter’s Journey to Rediscover Her Father’s Voice


The Most Powerful Language

Jesus taught in parables because pictures are the most powerful language, that is, the language of the heart. Elizabeth also teaches through parable and picture story, and you will see for yourself how impactful her content and anointed her presentation style truly are. She reminds me of Psalm 45:

My heart overflows with a good theme;

I address my verses to the King;
My tongue is the pen of a ready writer.

You are fairer than the sons of men;
Grace is poured upon Your lips;
Therefore God has blessed You forever.

Let’s just say I usually get “glory bumps” whenever I read anything this woman writes!

I know you will be blessed to see what an incredibly close relationship she has with her heavenly Father and be inspired and encouraged in your own intimate communion with Him. Thank you, Elizabeth, for this beautiful gift to the body of Christ. Here’s to moving further up and further in to all that God has for us!


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