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Cindy Jacobs: The Reformation Manifesto

Cindy Jacobs: The Reformation Manifesto

  Cindy Jacobs, The Reformation Manifesto: Your Part in God’s Plan to Change the Nations Today (Bloomington, Minnesota: Bethany House, 2008), 238 pages, ISBN 9780764205026. Texan Cindy Jacobs is an international leader in the modern prayer movement. With her husband, Mike, she founded Generals International which works to achieve social transformation through intercession and prophetic […]

Jesus Manifesto

Jesus Manifesto

A special summary of the book Jesus Manifesto by Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola. When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for the body of Christ to come to its senses and spell out the biblical bands which define it, the Spirit of God impels us to arise in the same confidence […]

A Movement Actually on the Move: An Appreciative Response to An Evangelical Manifesto

A Movement Actually on the Move: An Appreciative Response to An Evangelical Manifesto

  There seems to be a move by some Evangelicals to engage more effectively today’s culture and society. This has been building for some time. Neither do these appear to be isolated incidents. Several Evangelicals are moving in similar directions. “An Evangelical Manifesto: A Declaration of Evangelical Identity and Public Commitment” (see www.evangelicalmanifesto.com) is an […]

Racial Reconciliation Manifesto

Racial Reconciliation Manifesto

  The Memphis Miracle was a meeting of North American Pentecostals in October of 1994 where the Racial Reconciliation Manifesto was drafted and signed and the Pentecostal Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA) Task Force was formed.   Challenged by the reality of our racial divisions, we have been drawn by the Holy Spirit to […]

The Memphis Manifesto: Five Years Later

The Memphis Manifesto: Five Years Later

  On October 17-19, 1994 the leadership of the essentially all white Pentecostal Fellowship of the North America (PFNA) met in Memphis to confront its racial past and to meet with African American Pentecostals to establish an integrated fellowship. The result was a new organization known as the Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA). As […]

The Memphis Manifesto: Five Years Later

The Memphis Manifesto: Five Years Later

  On October 17-19, 1994 the leadership of the essentially all white Pentecostal Fellowship of the North America (PFNA) met in Memphis to confront its racial past and to meet with African American Pentecostals to establish an integrated fellowship. The result was a new organization known as the Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA). As […]

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