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Ajith Fernando, “To Serve Is to Suffer: If the apostle Paul knew fatigue, anger, and anxiety in his ministry, what makes us think we can avoid them in ours?” Christianity Today (August 2010), pages 30-33.

Ajith Fernando

Ajith Fernando, Bible teacher from Sri Lanka, prophetically reminds Christian leaders of the West about the forgotten place of suffering in ministry.

christianitytoday.com/globalconversation/august2010/index.html

One of the responses to Fernando’s article, by Libby Little, was written shortly before learning that her husband had been brutally murdered while returning from a medical mission in rural Afghanistan.

christianitytoday.com/globalconversation/august2010/response2.html

 

 

Richard Twiss (1954 – 2013)

Richard Twiss, “Making Jesus Known in Knowable Ways” Mission Frontiers (September-October 2010), pages 6-9.

Richard Twiss says that for too long and too often Christian ministry has tried to eradicate local culture and customs.

www.missionfrontiers.org/issue/article/making-jesus-known-in-knowable-ways [Available as of April 23, 2014]

 

 

Julian Lukins, “A Professor with Spirit: Pentecostal Bible scholar Gordon Fee has spent the last 40 years proving that the Holy Spirit and biblical scholarship can peacefully coexist” Charisma (September 2010), pages 48-50, 52, 65.

An introduction to a scholar who “happens to be a lifelong Pentecostal.”

strang.imirus.com/Mpowered/imirus.jsp?volume=str10&issue=10&page=42

The cover story of the September 2010 issue features Loren Cunningham, who founded Youth With A Mission (YWAM).

 

 

Mark Galli, “Did the Spirit Really Say…?: God’s will is harder and easier to discern than we imagine” Christianity Today Online.

In this web-only article, the senior managing editor of Christianity Today, Mark Galli, writes about an encounter with the Holy Spirit while attending the Pentecostal World Conference, “While I don’t call myself a Pentecostal, I am sure that Pentecostals would accept some of my spiritual experiences as evidence of ‘Spirit baptism,’ and thus welcome me into the fold. So there is much in the movement that I resonate with. Personal negotiations with the Spirit would be one of these things.”

christianitytoday.com/ct/2010/septemberweb-only/45-41.0.html

 

 

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