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"Let's Take a Step Back and Consider"

An excerpt from my new book:

The Seven Laws of Balance: 

How to Judge Teachings

and Ignite

a Charismatic Reformation

Excerpt from Chapter 14

Let’s take a step back and consider the overall history of our movement. 

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Charismatic

Adolph Gustav Etterman and the Church of God of the Firstborn

Adolph Gustav Etterman (1887-1983), an ethnic German born in Russia, immigrated to North Dakota in 1912. He became involved in the Pentecostal movement in Minot in the 1920s and, accompanied by his large musical family, became a traveling evangelist. 299 more words

Church

Francis - The Holy Spirit creates Diversity

Pope’s Address to Pentecostal Community in Caserta

“The Holy Spirit creates ‘diversity’ in the Church”

Caserta, July 29, 2014 (Zenit.org)

Below is a translation of Pope Francis’ address Monday to the Pentecostal community known as the Evangelical Church of Reconciliation in Caserta, Italy. 1,991 more words

Francis I

Time and tide waits for no man, but they wait for God

Shall time and tide ebb and flow
These are the things Lord you know
Shall the sun rise in the morning
Can you hear the Spirit, will you heed his warning? 236 more words

Christianity

When Worshipping With My Pentecostal Brothers & Sisters

I Sometimes Feel The Need To Say:

Seriously though. You guys rock at worship.

Humor

Excerpt from Chapter Two of "The Seven Laws of Balance"

Below is an excerpt from Chapter Two:  The Law of Precedent,

from my book, The Seven Laws of Balance.

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For more information or to order this book, please click HERE.

Charismatic

The "Secret" Meeting of Pope Francis With Pentecostals in Caserta

Excerpts from Eponymous Flower

Why the Pope visits a pastor of the Pentecostals and risks the chance of displeasing some Catholics, but also some Pentecostals and ultra-conservative Protestants, whose negative attitude towards ecumenism and on the internet are already speaking of a “scandal” and a “disgrace” and an implicit recognition of the role of the Pope by Traettino?  81 more words

Eyes Opened