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Transmission Trouble: Clashes in English Language Theological Education in Africa

Transmission Trouble: Clashes in English Language Theological Education in Africa

Missionary-scholar Jim Harries looks at the inherent difficulty in packaging and teaching theology in language translated from another culture.   This short article suggests that there are three possible translation-options when theological education from the West is transferred to Africa. None of those options are very satisfactory. The article concludes that a people need to […]

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Persecution Watchgroup Praises Recognition of Armenian Genocide

Persecution Watchgroup Praises Recognition of Armenian Genocide

A press release from Save the Persecuted Christians about the recent U.S. House of Representatives resolution to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide.   WASHINGTON—Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC), which advocates on behalf of hundreds of millions of Christians facing heavy persecution worldwide, is lauding the approval of a House resolution last week that recognizes the Armenian […]

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Heaven: Will I Recognize My Loved Ones?

Heaven: Will I Recognize My Loved Ones?

In his series about Heaven, Pastor Daniel Brown asks, in the world to come, will we recognize our loved ones?   God is the God of the living, not of the dead. (Mark 12:27) We do not cease to exist after death on earth; we pass into the realm of spirit—but we retain enough distinctive […]

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Nicaragua 2019: Reach, Touch, and Bless

Nicaragua 2019: Reach, Touch, and Bless

From August 3-10, 2019, Trinity United Christian Church of Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania, traveled on a mission trip to León, Nicaragua. Working with “On Eagles Wings Ministry” in León, our mission included (in the pictures) feeding and serving children, building and painting a new house (our church gave $9,000 to build this house). We also had […]

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The Global Christian Mission: In the Wake

The Global Christian Mission: In the Wake

As Western Europeans sailed the seas to trade and settle around the world, how did they carry the mission and message of Jesus with them?   The first long voyages of the Portuguese merchant mariners touched seashores around the world. In their wake came Portuguese Catholic priests to the mission fields of Angola on the […]

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Led by The Spirit: The Early Years in the Philippines

Led by The Spirit: The Early Years in the Philippines

This excerpt from Led by the Spirit: The History of the American Assemblies of God Missionaries in the Philippines is the first chapter. Missionary-scholar Dave Johnson has brought together a chronicle of over 300 Pentecostal missionaries serving in the Philippines from 1926 through the first decade of the new Millennium.   The Early Years in […]

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Sam Storms: The Language of Heaven

Sam Storms: The Language of Heaven

Sam Storms, The Language of Heaven: Crucial Questions About Speaking in Tongues (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2019), 272 pages, ISBN 9781629996073. Sam Storms has served the Lord in a number of different capacities. He is a pastor and has served as an associate professor of theology at a major Christian college. These experiences show that […]

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How then shall we live: an interview with Jonathan Cahn about The Oracle

How then shall we live: an interview with Jonathan Cahn about The Oracle

End Times teacher Jonathan Cahn speaks with PneumaReview.com about his life and ministry and his newly released book, The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled. PneumaReview.com: Please tell us about your story. Where do you come from? What has your spiritual journey looked like? What has God called you to be doing in this season of life?  […]

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Enlightened by Love and Sacrifice: An excerpt from Leaving Buddha

Enlightened by Love and Sacrifice: An excerpt from Leaving Buddha

In this excerpt from Leaving Buddha, Tenzin Lahkpa, formerly a Buddhist monk, recalls his first introduction to Jesus the Messiah.   A Christian Family Member “Tenzin!” “Yes?” I responded to the unknown voice yelling down the corridor after me. “There is someone outside looking for you.” I ended my meditation, stood up, and walked to […]

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The Tenzin Lahkpa Story

The Tenzin Lahkpa Story

In this excerpt from Leaving Buddha, Eugene Bach introduces us to the amazing story of Tenzin Lahkpa, a Buddhist monk who had a powerful encounter with Jesus the Messiah.   When I began to write this book, my relationship with Tenzin Lahkpa (a pseudonym) was completely new. I met him at a lunch meeting in […]

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Church Staffing Suggestions: Delegation Fears

Church Staffing Suggestions: Delegation Fears

Pastor Daniel Brown discusses the roadblocks and complexities that keep church leaders from inviting others alongside to help shoulder the burdens of ministry. Why is it so difficult for pastors to delegate significant work and ministry to the people in their churches? There are several basic reasons, and it is often a combination that gives […]

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Tenzin Lahkpa and Eugene Bach: Leaving Buddha: A Tibetan Monk’s Encounter with the Living God

Tenzin Lahkpa and Eugene Bach: Leaving Buddha: A Tibetan Monk’s Encounter with the Living God

Tenzin Lahkpa and Eugene Bach, Leaving Buddha: A Tibetan Monk’s Encounter with the Living God (New Kensington, PA: Whitaker House, 2019), 206 pages, ISBN 9781641231022. Eugene Bach is a leader with the Back to Jerusalem ministry (www.backtojerusalem.com). He has written a number of books about Christianity in nations that are hostile to the gospel; he […]

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