Sharing the Gospel is more than sharing facts.
The horrific price we too often pay for “doing things in God’s name.”
When the Church lacks the vocabulary to engage with everyone, she looses her missional voice. Learning the Language of a Liberal City
Faith gives beauty and meaning and purpose to life yet it’s still messy. Messy: A Challenging and Refreshing Look at the Unresolved Aspects of Faith
This study in Pentecostal and Charismatic Social Justice Theology, Pentecostal and Charismatic Spirit/ Creation Theology, and Pentecostal and Charismatic Ecotheology experiments with a possible pneumatological metaphor that can remedy the growing need for Pentecostal scholarship in the area of ecotheology: the Spirit baptized creation. Eco-Glossolalia: Emerging Twenty-First Century Pentecostal and Charismatic Ecotheology
“Looking the Wrong Way: Salvation and the Spirit in Pentecostal Eco-Theology,” a chapter from A Liberating Spirit: Pentecostals and Social Action in North America, edited by Michael Wilkinson and Steven M. Studebaker