How Have Pentecostals Changed?

If you’ve ever watched a car rust away, you know it’s a painfully slow process—so slow that the change is imperceptible to the naked eye. Time-lapse photography helps, but otherwise you notice it only over months or even years when you return to the spot, recall what used to be, and finally notice the differences. …

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Missionary Geraldine Tornfelt

Long-time missionary to Native Americans, Geraldine Tornfelt, went to her eternal reward May 4, 2018, at 89 years old. Geraldine was born August 30, 1928 in Cleveland, Ohio to James and Alice Schuler but was raised by her grandparents, Erling and Marie Tornfelt in Ely, Minnesota. After graduating from high school in 1946, she attended …

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Baptizing the Immobile

by Drew Brattrud When the coroner left, I felt a deep sense of sadness. “J” lived in a neighborhood of section 8, government sponsored housing. Riddled with drugs and gangs, the San Bernadino projects seemed to be the end of the line for all who lived there. A heavy sense of despair hung over the …

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2018 FCA International Convergence

If you missed the 2018 Convergence — or if you attended and want to revisit some of the highlights — check out the links below. VIDEOS — Presented at the convention Convergence Introduction Change Is Coming Ramallah Ministries In Palestine Victory Asia Matende’s in Kenya Stephen Finke in Colombia (coming soon) Barbara Livingstone Heritage Award …

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