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Loren Sandford: Yes, There's More

Loren Sandford: Yes, There’s More

Available from booksellers on April 7, 2015. R. Loren Sandford, Yes, There’s More: A Return To Childlike Faith And A Deeper Experience of God (Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2015), 240 pages. ISBN-10:1621369803 ISBN-13:978-1621369806 R. Loren Sandford is the senior pastor of New Song Church and Ministries located in Denver, Colorado. He has written other […]

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Chris Sinkinson: Christian Confidence

Chris Sinkinson: Christian Confidence

Chris Sinkinson, Christian Confidence: An Introduction to Defending the Faith (IVP, 2012) 978083083786 For a succinct and highly informative introduction to Christian apologetics, look no further than Chris Sinkinson’s book, Christian Confidence: An Introduction to Defending the Faith. Sinkinson, a former archaeologist and now lecturer in apologetics at Moorlands College in England, begins by addressing […]

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Valid insights within Word-Faith theologies?

Valid insights within Word-Faith theologies?

In the midst of our last phase placing articles and reviews from all of our print issues online at PneumaReview.com, I came across a response we received and published almost ten years ago. If I remember how this went, the editorial committee felt we had to turn away a submission this writer made to us […]

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John DeVries: Why Pray?

John DeVries: Why Pray?

  Editor Note: This corporate review is a first for PneumaReview.com. David Seal, professor at Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids, Michigan), approached us about having his entire New Testament Survey class write a review together. They selected a book on prayer to draw out the most practical application of biblical theology.   John DeVries, Why Pray? […]

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Guiding my children to use media well

Guiding my children to use media well

  We live in a world saturated by media of all kinds, from social media and television to video games and movies. Most of us could not have imagined a few years ago that anyone with a phone can today produce content that might be seen by millions. How can I help my children navigate […]

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Just Politics, Moral Deficit, Killing and Following Jesus: Amos Yong reviews four Ron Sider books

Just Politics, Moral Deficit, Killing and Following Jesus: Amos Yong reviews four Ron Sider books

  Ronald J. Sider, Just Politics: A Guide for Christian Engagement (Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2012), xvii + 249 pages, ISBN 9781587433269. Ronald J. Sider, Fixing the Moral Deficit: A Balanced Way to Balance the Budget (Downers Grove: IVP Books, 2012), 171 pages, ISBN 9780830837953. Ronald J. Sider, ed., The Early Church and Killing: A […]

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Things That Matter

Things That Matter

  The other day, some friends and I attended the funeral of a good friend, Pastor Andy, who died of cancer at the age of 49. This is the second funeral I’ve attended in the last few months of someone who, in my opinion, died far too young. The last service was held at the […]

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Conversation with Retired Brig. General Rebecca Halstead

Conversation with Retired Brig. General Rebecca Halstead

  PneumaReview.com speaks with Becky Halstead—the first woman general to lead in combat at the strategic level*—about faith, leadership, and how churches can support the men and women who serve in the military.   PneumaReview.com: Please tell us about where you come from and why you aspired to become an officer, and ultimately a Brigadier […]

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Jeffrey Overstreet: How I Got "Dead Poets Society" Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind

Jeffrey Overstreet: How I Got “Dead Poets Society” Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind

  Rob Wilkerson resonates with a recent article.   Jeffrey Overstreet, “How I Got Dead Poets Society Wrong: And how a great professor changed my mind” ChristianityTodayOnline (September 16, 2014). Overstreet’s article brought back memories. A lot of them, to be honest. To some degree, the feelings the movie evoked returned to me like I […]

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Discussing the Emotionally Destructive Marriage

Discussing the Emotionally Destructive Marriage

  There is no perfect marriage, we all stumble and face conflict. But how do we deal with a marriage that has become emotionally destructive? In the US today, at least one in four Christian women are in an emotionally destructive marriage. And the church, which should be the place where they find hope and […]

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In this season: Remembering the attacks of September 11, 2001

In this season: Remembering the attacks of September 11, 2001

  Messianic teacher Kevin Williams commented on the September 11 attacks on the United States in this post originally published on September 17, 2001. Today, we stand on the precipice of God’s sacred assembly—Rosh Hoshanah. This ordained day of worship, above all days, is when mankind is supposed to stand in awe of the Almighty, […]

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Do You Ever Wonder Why Things You Want Don't Happen?  by H. Murray Hohns

Do You Ever Wonder Why Things You Want Don’t Happen? by H. Murray Hohns

Have you ever wondered why some things you have asked God for never seem to come to pass? The fall term at the local Bible College will start in a few days, and I will be teaching the second year core ministry course on Signs, Wonders and Revivals. The course covers some of the most […]

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Watch the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference Live

Watch the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference Live

  See the report from William De Arteaga:   Anglican Diocese Of The South Intercessory Prayer Conference 2014 Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM – Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 12:00 PM (EDT) Beginning at 9:00 am Wednesday, you can live stream the conference. Long instructions: point your browser to hcanglican.org. Find the “WORSHIP” drop […]

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Why US Must Save Lives of Iraqi Christians and Other Minorities

Why US Must Save Lives of Iraqi Christians and Other Minorities

  A special report from the World Evangelical Alliance Religious Liberty Commission. “The world hasn’t seen an evil like this for a generation.” This is how the national spokesman for Iraqi Christians in the United States described atrocities by ISIS terrorists in northern Iraq, which include beheading of children and their mothers and fathers, and […]

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