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Fall 2002: Other Significant Articles

Fall 2002: Other Significant Articles

  Andy Butcher, “When It’s Hard to Believe” Charisma (April 2002), pages 38-46. What do your non-Christian neighbors really think about you and what you believe? Charisma asked a panel of unchurched people to explain how they see the church, offering an unflattering mirror of what we look like to the world we are trying […]

President's Page: Fall 2002

President’s Page: Fall 2002

    The early Pentecostals had an expectation of the soon return of Jesus. That expectation drove them to urgently share Jesus with the world. This urgency is what has fueled the worldwide growth of the Pentecostal/charismatic movement. Let us talk about that for a moment. As Bible-believing Christians, we affirm that Jesus is the […]

From the Editor's Desk: Fall 2002

From the Editor’s Desk: Fall 2002

Fall is my favorite time of year. I enjoy the crisp mornings and pleasant evenings which are great for curling up with a book or your favorite journal. Even if you do not live in a crisp-autumny place like I do, may the Fall of 2002 be a memorable time for you and those you […]

Highlights from European Pentecostal Theological Association 2002

Highlights from European Pentecostal Theological Association 2002

The 24th annual EPTA (European Pentecostal Theological Association) conference was held on the campus of Continental Theological Seminary, located in Sint-Pieters Leeuw, Belgium – just a few miles outside the city of Brussels. More than 60 individuals attended the conference. The conference theme, “Pentecostal Education in the 21st. century: Promises and Challenges”, was initiated by […]

State of the Church 2002

State of the Church 2002

Half of the Churches in America are growing have fewer than 100 participating adults (25% have less than 50) are located in a rural or small town setting Less than 10% of all churches in America have more than 1000 in attendance. Keys to Growth Growing churches report that they: welcome change have cultural affinity—finding […]

Summer 2002: Other Significant Articles

Summer 2002: Other Significant Articles

  “Only God is Free” Geoffrey Bromiley. Christianity Today (Feb 4, 2002), pp. 72-75 Want to read more of what others are saying about God’s control and man’s freedom? This professor emeritus at Fuller Theological Seminary specifically addresses openness theology and says that it has an incorrect view of God and man’s freedom. www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2002/february4/9.72.html   […]

Thoughts to Ponder: June 2002

Thoughts to Ponder: June 2002

Holiness “Progress in holiness can best be measured not by the length of time we spend in prayer, not by the number of times we go to church, not by the amount of money we contribute to God’s work, not by the range and depth of our knowledge of the Bible, but rather by the […]

The Angelus Temple 2002 Rebirth

The Angelus Temple 2002 Rebirth

  The 1924 annual report for Angelus Temple in Los Angeles listed 12,000 saved, 3,000 baptized in water, 3,000 new members, 3,600 healings and thousands filled with the Holy Spirit. The Temple’s early years were filled with revival, and people were touched over and over as miracles took place day after day. This revival led […]

Spring 2002: Other Significant Articles

Spring 2002: Other Significant Articles

  Enrichment: A Journal for Pentecostal Ministry (Winter 2002, Vol 7 No 1) Editor Gary Allen says that those over age 55 are the fastest growing segment of American society. This issue is packed with practical and biblical insights into ministering to the “Boomers, Builders, and Beyond” and how older Christians’ contributions to the local […]

Coming in the Summer 2002 (5:3) Issue

Coming in the Summer 2002 (5:3) Issue

  Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations series with the sixth chapter in a series on the Gospel of Matthew. Kevin will be looking at the Hebraisms and Jewish background often missed to reveal beautiful prophetic pictures fulfilled at the coming of Messiah. Be sure to read every installment of this unique commentary […]

Thoughts to Ponder: March 2002

Thoughts to Ponder: March 2002

“Love is the first comforter, and where love and truth speak the love will be felt where the truth is never perceived. Love indeed is the highest of all truth; and the pressure of a hand, a kiss, the caress of a child, will do more to save sometimes, than the wisest argument, even rightly […]

Thoughts to Ponder: January 2002

Thoughts to Ponder: January 2002

  “We must work passionately and infatigably to bridge the gulf between our scientific progress and our moral progress. One of the great problems of mankind is that we suffer from a poverty of the spirit which stands in glaring contrast to our scientific and technological abundance. The richer we have become materially, the poorer […]

From the Editor's Desk: Winter 2002

From the Editor’s Desk: Winter 2002

It is my pleasure to introduce this start of the fifth volume of the Pneuma Review. The editorial committee and I wish to express our deep gratitude to the Lord and to our readers for your support. By His grace, we will continue to publish this journal. I trust that it has been an encouragement […]

Coming in the Spring 2002 (5:2) Issue

Coming in the Spring 2002 (5:2) Issue

  English professor Brian White gives a practical reminder of the empowerment of the Spirit in our day-to-day lives in his article “Pentecost and the Inside-Out Church.”   Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with the fifth chapter in a mini-series on the Gospel of Matthew. Kevin will be looking at the […]

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