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Winter 2017: Other Significant Articles


Karl Vaters, “Deal-Breakers: 7 Ways God May Tell a Pastor to Leave a Church” Pivot (December 15, 2016).

The byline of this blog by Karl Vaters reads, “Long-term pastorates are almost always good for the church and the pastor. But when these things happen, it’s time to go.”

 

Eddie Hyatt, “Learning to ‘Think Critically’ Without Quenching the Spirit” Global Christian Awakening (December 31, 2016)

PneumaReview.com writer Eddie Hyatt talks about gifts and manifestations of the Spirit, personal prophecy, and a warning about how being careless about how we approach these things can create life-arresting problems. “When it comes to the supernatural, we should have an attitude of being open without being naïve and being critical without being judgmental. This will allow us to enjoy the fullness of God’s blessings and at the same time be protected from the many deceiving spirits at work in the world today.”

 

Karl Vaters, “5 Problems With Top-Down Vision-Casting – And a New Testament Alternative: Acts 2 does not give us a picture of Peter hearing from God in private, then coming to the disciples with the vision” Pivot (December 19, 2016).

In this blog from Karl Vaters, hosted by ChristianityTodayOnline, we are asked, “Have we been doing vision-casting wrong?”

 

George Thomas, “Radical Revival Falls on China’s State-Controlled Churches” CBN News (January 5, 2017).

Pastor John Lathrop invites us to watch this encouraging testimony and read this introductory article about what God is doing, “an unprecedented Christian revival happening in parts of China. What is unique about this story is how God is moving among communist-controlled government churches.”

 

Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, “The Favorite Bible Verses of 88 NationsChristianity Today (January 10, 2017).

PneumaReview.com editor Raul Mock says: “In this short article and the Country-Verse table that follows you will find interesting, current, relevant, and biblically-centered ideas for sermon starters and anecdotes.”

 

Roger E. Olson, “Who Were the First Protestants? Reflections on the ‘500th Anniversary’” Patheos (January 16, 2017).

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