Released to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the famous 1906 Azusa Street Revival, this updated edition of Grant McClung’s 1986 book purports to “allow the reader to put one foot into the past and the other into the future” of the worldwide Pentecostal movement.
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- Webinar: How Digital Media is Accelerating Disciple Making Among the UnreachedThu Oct 8 2020, 02:00pm EDT
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The great lesson of history is that we seldom learn the lessons of history.
“Is Christ the only way to salvation?” has been a most debated question among Christian scholars in the modern and postmodern era.
I didn’t know who was going to win the 2004 Athens Olympics marathon. I did know, however, who wouldn’t win.
“Borderless” is an arresting attempt to describe churches which are different, where their leaders think strategically and where the output is not the traditional church experience.
Leadership mission trips can provide focus and vision for churches involved in or preparing to enter the global mission field.
What role should theological education take with church planting movements? To answer this important question, Paul Gupta presents a case study based on his experiences in India as president and director of Hindustan Bible Institute (HBI).
Once we have Acts 1:8 properly interpreted, it can stimulate local churches in “ends of the earth” missions.
This book is number twelve in the annual Evangelical Missiological Society series.
In order to have healthy, flourishing churches, evangelizing and church planting must be accompanied by church strengthening.