I have been pondering the issues of race and women in ministry lately and have started to podcast again. Life got a bit busy in January, so here is my second episode. You can click on the Podcast button on the side menu of this page as well to see all episodes as they comeContinue reading “Another podcast is finally up”
Tag Archives: Azusa Street
A body of thought is beginning to develop in my thinking and theology. 1906 was, for Pentecostals, a watershed year. It was Azusa Street. It was the outpouring of the Spirit and ushered in an unbroken time of renewal and missions in the church. It has been one long ride.
Question of the day — A sustained “move of God”
My study in the life of Moses (looking at his prayer life) takes me to Numbers 10. It is Israel just before they are “ready” to move toward the Promised Land. They are truly people of the presence. When the cloud moves, they follow. When the cloud stops, they camp. The feasts are in place.Continue reading “Question of the day — A sustained “move of God””
Three Voices We Need to Hear Again
Through church history, especially since the Reformation, I am convinced we are only rehashing old problems. We are just doing it with greater speed. (Kind of like our fashion trends these days. Did the 80s styles have to come back SO fast?) Three voices need to be heard once again, in my view. 1. SorenContinue reading “Three Voices We Need to Hear Again”