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  • Lord Renew Your Wonders


    At the beginning of the Second Vatican Council, Blessed Pope John XXIII offered a prayer asking the Holy Spirit to “Renew your wonders in our time, as though for a new Pentecost.” The rediscovery of the charismatic gifts by ordinary Catholics throughout the world was an answer to that prayer. Damian Stayne, who is known internationally for his healing ministry, shows readers how spiritual gifts such as prophecy and healing were used by Jesus, the early Church, and the saints-and why we need them operating in the Church today. He provides not only amazing stories of God’s presence and work in our time but also a host of practical instructions on how to grow in these gifts. This book is both inspiring and a challenge to Catholics to be open to the gifts of the Spirit in order to bring others to Christ.

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  • Evangelical Sacramental And Pentecostal


    1. The Extraordinary Invitation Of John 15:4
    2. Luke-Acts: The Spirit And The Life Of The Church
    3. The Grace Of God: Evangelical, Sacramental, And Pentecostal
    4. The Evangelical Principle
    5. The Sacramental Principle
    6. The Pentecost Principle
    Conclusion: Some Observations And A Case Study
    Subject Index
    Scripture Index

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    Evangelical. Sacramental. Pentecostal. Christian communities tend to identify with one of these labels over the other two. Evangelical churches emphasize the importance of Scripture and preaching. Sacramental churches emphasize the importance of the eucharistic table. And pentecostal churches emphasize the immediate presence and power of the Holy Spirit. But must we choose between them? Could the church be all three? Drawing on his reading of the New Testament, the witness of Christian history, and years of experience in Christian ministry and leadership, Gordon T. Smith argues that the church not only can be all three, but in fact it must be all three in order to truly be the church. As the church navigates the unique global challenges of pluralism, secularism, and fundamentalism, the need for an integrated vision of the community as evangelical, sacramental, and pentecostal becomes ever more pressing. If Jesus and the apostles saw no tension between these characteristics, why should we?

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  • Miracles Missions And American Pentecostalism


    Miracles, Missions & American Pentecostalism examines the historical, theological, and missiological context and development of American Pentecostal missions, including the expectation of miracles and how this fits into the mission scene of the twentieth century. Gary McGee shows this movement emerging from the ranks of nineteenth-century radical evangelicalism as a renewal movement that achieved a global impact.

    The first five chapters move historically from the expectation of miracles from the time of the ancient church to the nineteenth century and into the twentieth. The next five chapters provide a superb analysis of the theological underpinnings of Pentecostalism. Though alienated from other Christians by their insistence on glossolalia, Pentecostals carried the gospel in a supernaturally-wrapped package that fit well with the worldviews of peoples outside North Atlantic countries and helped this charismatically-inclined spirituality become predominant today among “MajorityWorld Christianity.”

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  • Call To Holiness


    The Charismatic Renewal of the church is now thirty years old. Appearing soon after the close of Vatican II, it has been one of a number of movements of the Spirit in the Church. After three decades, it seems appropriate to gather the wisdom within the Renewal to help guide its continued life. This document comes out of several years with leaders, theologians, and bishops associated with the Renewal from various national backgrounds.

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