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Mark Tanner: The Introvert Charismatic

Mark Tanner: The Introvert Charismatic

Mark Tanner, The Introvert Charismatic: The Gift of Introversion in a Noisy Church (Oxford, England, Monarch Books, 2015), 224 pages, ISBN 9780857215888. A number of years ago I read Adam McHugh’s book Introverts in the Church and thoroughly enjoyed it. I found it to be very insightful and helpful. It helped me to better understand myself, […]

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Todd Rutkowski: Coming to Life

Todd Rutkowski: Coming to Life

Todd Michael Rutkowski, Coming to Life: The Journey to Identity, Passion and Purpose (Sisters, OR: VMI Publishers, 2004), 172 pages. Rutkowski subtitled his book “The Journey to Identity, Passion and Purpose.” It has eight chapters that are largely filled with pleasant anecdotal materials. We learn that Todd, a Canadian, was quite a hockey player in […]

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Should I Join a Home Church?

Should I Join a Home Church?

Guest writer Tracy Close answers the question, “What’s So Important About Having a Home Church?” She shares the importance and benefits of belonging to a local body of believers and what should keep us together. Many Christians have become disillusioned with the idea of organized religion. Through dissatisfaction, for one reason or another, their unrest […]

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In Your Face

In Your Face

Reflecting on Pentecostal roots and obnoxious witnessing. When Grant Wacker’s Heaven Below was first published, I read it and had hoped to write a review of the book. Although this really is not a review of Wacker’s book, reading it did bring some things to my mind. Wacker had unquestionably researched our roots more deeply […]

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The Meaning of Life

The Meaning of Life

A devotional about what is most important.   “I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life! To put to rest all that was not life, And not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” — […]

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Your Faith: Its Miraculous Origin, Work, And Destination

Your Faith: Its Miraculous Origin, Work, And Destination

A guest article from Christian ministry veteran, Charles Carrin.   Trust is not something that comes on its own. Where does it come from, how does it work, what does trust in God accomplish?   O for a faith that will not shrink, Tho’ pressed by every foe; That will not tremble on the brink […]

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Living Out Creation

Living Out Creation

Recognizing our creatureliness humbles us and teaches us to praise our Creator. If the opinion polls are right, most of us believe God created the universe. We may argue about how long ago the Lord began creating or what methods He used, but most of us agree that God did it. In the U.S. and […]

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How to Pray Effectively for New Believers

How to Pray Effectively for New Believers

The most powerful discipleship method for new believers is prayer. We MUST pray for them so that they will be able to conform to the image of Christ. The Lord’s Church should be filled with individuals who are growing in their relationship with their Lord and Savior and experiencing spiritual growth. If the Church will […]

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How Much Do You Read Your Bible?

How Much Do You Read Your Bible?

A timely encouragement from R. T. Kendall to invest time in reading the Word of God.   This is the most important Blog I have written in many years. I pray with all my heart that this will be read and spread to ordinary Christians all over the world. I cannot come close in emphasizing […]

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Jefferson Bethke: Jesus is greater than Religion

Jefferson Bethke: Jesus is greater than Religion

Jefferson Bethke, Jesus > Religion: Why He Is So Much Better Than Trying Harder, Doing More, and Being Good Enough (Thomas Nelson, 2013), 240 pages, ISBN 9781400205394. Jefferson Bethke has a brilliant way with words. This is no surprise to anybody who discovered him through his “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus” video which […]

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Christ-Centered Prayer

Christ-Centered Prayer

  This guest article is a chapter from David Broderick’s book, Christ-Centered Life.   If YHWH is the preexistent God, if Jesus is the Alpha and Omega, if the Holy Spirit is the agent who created everything—then prayer begins and ends with God. Prayer is God’s work, not mine or yours or anybody else’s. We […]

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Serving the Reigning Christ: an interview with Esther V. Shekher

Serving the Reigning Christ: an interview with Esther V. Shekher

Here is a woman from a Hindu background now passionately serving Jesus Christ. PneumaReview.com has the privilege to introduce you to Evangelist Dr. Esther Shekher and let her tell us about her ministry and her book, All the Commandments of God: Find Out the Secret to Inherit All the Blessings of God (Westbow, 2013).   […]

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Owen Strachan: The Colson Way, reviewed by Kelly Monroe Kullberg

Owen Strachan: The Colson Way, reviewed by Kelly Monroe Kullberg

Owen Strachan, The Colson Way: Loving Your Neighbor and Living with Faith in a Hostile World (Thomas Nelson, 2015). The Colson Way, by Owen Strachan, models, urges and inspires a new generation of courageous Christians to engage and to lead. Wanted: Torch-bearers in the lineage of Augustine, Luther, Wilberforce, Bonhoeffer, Schaeffer, Henry and Colson. (Where […]

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Dallas Willard: Hearing God

Dallas Willard: Hearing God

A guest review by Evangelist David Hernandez. Dallas Willard, Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God (InterVarsity Press, 1999 and 2012) 304 pages, ISBN 9780830835690. Many Christian leaders will agree with the saying that prayer is a two-way conversation with God, yet very few have ever experienced this type of relationship with our Lord. […]

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