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A Great Mission Field and a Place to Spread Blessings From

A Great Mission Field and a Place to Spread Blessings From

Dear friends at PneumaReview.com, We are now in France and Spain for ministry where we have been for two weeks. Last week we had our Revival Europe Training Conference with about 700 Chinese from the whole of Europe and many from China. Among the speakers was Pastor Niko of Bethany Indonesia, who has 250,000 in […]

The Great Civil War Revival: God at Work in Unlikely Places

The Great Civil War Revival: God at Work in Unlikely Places

Pastor Wes Shortridge presents a short history of the astounding revival that occurred on both sides of the American Civil War and how it impacted the nation for decades.   Introduction America in 1861 presents a painful and complex chapter in history. God, however, had a plan for the American people, and God remained present […]

Political Idols and the Possibility of Revival

Political Idols and the Possibility of Revival

People around the world are aware of the upcoming U.S. Presidential election and how contentious the campaigns have been. Historian William De Arteaga tells us about an essay he has published on his blog, Anglican Pentecostal. Many conservative Evangelical Christians are in torment with the thought of a new Clinton presidency. Certainly, the idea of […]

Basil the Great: On the Holy Spirit

Basil the Great: On the Holy Spirit

Basil the Great, trans. Stephen Hildebrand, On the Holy Spirit, Popular Patristics (Yonkers, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2011). In the fourth century after Christ, with the full deity of the Third Person of the Trinity at stake, St. Basil the Great comes firmly establishing a scriptural basis for the divinity of the Holy Spirit. […]

A Nation Birthed Out of Great Spiritual Awakening

A Nation Birthed Out of Great Spiritual Awakening

Reclaiming America’s Godly Christian Heritage – Part 2: “A Nation Birthed Out of Great Spiritual Awakening” This is a three part series that Dr. Eddie Hyatt presented at a “Revive America” weekend at Christian Life Assembly of God in Picayune, Mississippi. In this series, he documents the radical Christian character of the first immigrants to […]

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 […]

Great Wealth

Great Wealth

  We live in a society where we are taught from a young age that our occupation defines us as a person. If we are earning a substantial salary, own a luxury car, live in a costly house and wear designer clothes, then we are considered successful. The church reinforces this philosophy even further with […]

Phyllis Tickle: The Great Emergence

Phyllis Tickle: The Great Emergence

  Phyllis Tickle, The Great Emergence: How Christianity Is Changing and Why (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2008), 173 pages, ISBN 9780801013133. Chances are you have heard of Phyllis Tickle. As the founder of the religion department of Publishers Weekly, the author of at least two dozen books, and a popular speaker on religion in America, Tickle’s […]

Moving Mountains: Lessons in Bold Faith from Great Evangelical Leaders

Moving Mountains: Lessons in Bold Faith from Great Evangelical Leaders

Paul L. King, Moving Mountains: Lessons in Bold Faith from Great Evangelical Leaders (Grand Rapids: Chosen, 2004), 255 pages, ISBN 9780800793753. Paul King’s Moving Mountains is much more than ordinary hagiography. It is more like a practical textbook on living the life of faith. Make that living the life of faith with boldness. Add balance […]

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