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How Should we Lead the Church? A Pneuma Review Conversation

How Should we Lead the Church? A Pneuma Review Conversation

  How should we lead the church? A Pneuma Review conversation   Over several issues, from Summer 2010 through Winter 2012, The Pneuma Review heard from theologians and pastors from around the world about how we should lead the local church. If you could write a letter to church leaders everywhere, what would you say? Join us as […]

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Curriculum Suggestions

Curriculum Suggestions

Can you recommend any curriculum for a children’s school? A few days ago, PneumaReview.com received this request from Pastor Jim in Ethiopia: I am setting up a computer learning center for a missions orphanage of 150 students K-12 [Kindergarten through High school]. I am looking for Bible and other curriculum for these young students. They […]

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Consultation on Believers' Baptism

Consultation on Believers’ Baptism

Report on the Consultation on Believers’ Baptism Kingston, Jamaica January 2015 4There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to the one hope of your calling, 5one Lord, one faith, one baptism, 6one God and Father of all, who is above all and through all and in all. Ephesians 4:4-6 (NRSV) […]

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Observations for Baptism Consultation

Observations for Baptism Consultation

A Consultation on Believers’ Baptism was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica, from January 8 through 10, 2015. In my opinion, the consultation on water baptism was especially significant for Pentecostals in a number of ways. First, and most directly, exploring Pentecostal history and theology of water baptism was an eye opening […]

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Groundbreaking Consultation explores the meaning and practice of "believers baptism" for the future unity of the church

Groundbreaking Consultation explores the meaning and practice of “believers baptism” for the future unity of the church

Groundbreaking Consultation explores the meaning and practice of “believers baptism” for the future unity of the church January 10, 2015 (Kingston, Jamaica) — A three-day consultation took place involving representatives from six different “believers baptism” church traditions to share their understandings and practices of baptism and to explore how their thinking has changed in light […]

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Plain Talk for Starting Right in 2015

Plain Talk for Starting Right in 2015

  It may be time to evaluate what you plan to do in ministry in 2015. At the beginning of each New Year, this is what I do: I sit down and reflect on my successes and defeats during the former year and then make a plan. Consider the Following Ten Points: Spiritual Warfare: Engaging […]

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Dave Kraft: Leaders Who Last

Dave Kraft: Leaders Who Last

Dave Kraft, Leaders Who Last (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2010), 155 pages, ISBN 9781433513183. Leaders Who Last is written for church leaders—pastors, teachers, small group leaders, volunteers, and ministry staff—by a church leader who posits that this book is about leaders finishing well. Kraft encourages now and future leaders in the church to lead in a […]

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Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future

Postmodernism, The Church, and The Future

    Editor Introduction (Winter 2007)   David Livermore (Winter 2007) Is “cultural relevance” an effective and theologically sound wineskin for the emergent church or is it moving Christianity toward oblivion?   Suggested Reading (Spring 2007)   Winfield Bevins (Spring 2007)   Dony Donev (Spring 2007)   Suggested Reading (Summer 2007)   B. Keith Putt […]

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Coping with Criticism Constructively

Coping with Criticism Constructively

  “Criticisms are the nails which keep us on the cross dead to self.”[1] At least they puncture the soul and lodge in the memory for a long time. Few church leaders maintain any self-esteem after an executioner (i.e., critic) nails them. Leaders fear criticism in large part because it often determines how their followers […]

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Interview with William David Spencer

Interview with William David Spencer

  In this video, Jeanne DeFazio, contributor to and co-editor of the book Creative Ways to Build Christian Community interviews Dr. William David Spencer about his latest book Name In the Papers. Dr. Spencer is Ranked Adjunct Professor of Theology and the Arts at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. All of his students know him to be […]

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Helping create Christian community

Helping create Christian community

  In this video, Dr. William David Spencer, a theology professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, speaks with Jeanne DeFazio about the book Creative Ways to Build Christian Community. Jeanne and I served as co-editors of this book. In this interview Jeanne speaks about her chapter and about how each of us can help create Christian […]

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Video Introduction to Creative Ways to Build Christian Community

Video Introduction to Creative Ways to Build Christian Community

  Here is a video about the book Creative Ways to Build Christian Community. In this film you will meet the founders of the House of Prisca and Aquila publishing line, the editors, and some of the contributors. I was one of the co-editors so I make a brief appearance in the film.  

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Solving a Language Puzzle: Between England and Africa

Solving a Language Puzzle: Between England and Africa

  Missionary Jim Harries presents a cogent argument for using indigenous language.   Words originating in English are often written and even pronounced in a different way than in English when in a different language. This always brings a challenge when using a foreign language. Let me give some examples to illustrate this. The biblical […]

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Highlights from the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference

Highlights from the Charismatic Anglican 2014 Prayer Conference

  A report from the 2014 Anglican Diocese of the South Intercessory Prayer conference by William De Arteaga. The conference was convened at Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia, from August 27 – 28, 2014.   I had the privilege of speaking and participating in the intercessory prayer conference sponsored by the Anglican Diocese […]

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