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North Georgia Pneuma Review writers fellowship

North Georgia Pneuma Review writers fellowship

This past Sunday, on June 14, My family and I had the joy and privilege of sharing a meal with William and Carolyn De Arteaga and Rob and Sherri Wilkerson. We had a wonderful time of fellowship together, and I would enjoy seeing many more such events arranged in the future. My family and I […]

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Thank you to Authors

Thank you to Authors

One PneumaReview.com writer recently wrote about their honest struggle: “Sometimes I go through bouts of discouragement, wondering what difference does it make with any of this. What changes because of anything I have to say on these matters?” I remember in early 2013 looking at the situation with Pneuma Review and the Pneuma Foundation. We […]

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Daniel Snape Ordination

Daniel Snape Ordination

Daniel Snape, a contributor to The Pneuma Review, was ordained on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015. The ordination took place at his home church, The River Church, which is a non-denominational church located in Waltham, Massachusetts. Daniel holds an MDiv degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is currently working on a DMin at Boston University. During the […]

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Full issues temporarily unavailable

Full issues temporarily unavailable

PneumaReview.com turned off a website plugin last evening that was causing some problems. This plugin allows us to display PDF documents, which is how we currently present full issues of the journal. Thank you for your patience as we work through how to overcome this difficulty. Meanwhile, you may still read all individual articles and […]

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John Paul Jackson passes away

John Paul Jackson passes away

John Paul Jackson, a well-known prophetic figure and author of several books including Needless Casualties of War and Breaking Free From Rejection passed away on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. The Pneuma Review would like to extend our condolences to his family. Pneuma Review interviewed John Paul Jackson for the Fall 2007 issue: Prophetic Ministry: an […]

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President's Page: Winter 2015

President’s Page: Winter 2015

The Pneuma Foundation and our journal, The Pneuma Review, have been very blessed these last two years with how Cup and Cross Ministries enabled us to move from print to digital. What a boost this has been. All of us are thrilled with the new website. Although some of us do miss having the paper […]

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January 2015: Recent events

January 2015: Recent events

Thank you for your patience while the team worked through how to get PneumaReview.com back online after an outage occurred on Tuesday afternoon, January 27. The site turned back on around 10 pm EST yesterday, Jan 29. Last week, editors were talking about how to address several aspects of long term site maintenance, but we did not […]

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Give Thanks

Give Thanks

Thank you to our authors and readers for making the first year of PneumaReview.com such a success. Thank you for your prayers and patience as we transition from print to a digital publication. Most of all, please join me in thanking our God and Father for giving us Jesus who expresses him perfectly and pours […]

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November 2014: Writer Bulletin and Books for Review

November 2014: Writer Bulletin and Books for Review

  Greetings from the editorial committee at PneumaReview.com. We have put together our latest list of books for which we are seeking reviewers. Please use the Editor contact information to write to me to request it. We invite you to pass the document or this notice on to friends and colleagues whom you think would […]

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Looking for Good Writers: Have Something to Say?

Looking for Good Writers: Have Something to Say?

    We are looking for new writers The PneumaReview.com editorial committee is always looking for good writers that speak to our audience of Pentecostal and charismatic church leaders. Our vision is to build a bridge between the seminary and the local church and to create an online forum where Christians of all traditions can […]

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Pneuma Review Newsletters

Pneuma Review Newsletters

An archive of past issues of PneumaReview.com newsletters

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Celebrating Going Digital: Eight Issues Available Online

Celebrating Going Digital: Eight Issues Available Online

  Please join the PneumaReview.com editors in offering thanks to God for the successful transformation of the journal from print to digital. One year ago, none of us dreamed that we would be inviting readers to engage with such an amazing online platform. It is our pleasure to offer these great resources and to join […]

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Fall 2007: Conversation with a subscriber

Fall 2007: Conversation with a subscriber

  Executive Editor, Raul Mock, asked some questions of a recent subscriber.   What you have been studying lately? Lately, I have been studying church planting and church growth strategies.  I’ve been studying Pentecostal & Charismatic history in the last two-thousand years, Revivals through history especially modern ones (Shearer Schoolhouse, Welsh, Topeka, Azusa Street, etc.).  […]

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From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2007

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2007

from the editor’s desk Welcome to our ten-year anniversary issue. Publication of the Pneuma Review began with the Fall 1997 issue. In celebration, we would like to say thank you to the many people that have contributed of their writings during these fruitful years. Peter Althouse, Jeffrey Anderson, Kenneth J. Archer, French L. Arrington, Francisco […]

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