There is new ministry training opportunities coming up all the time and one of them is Benny Hinn School of Ministry. Is it really a good place to get ministerial training or not? I will give a spoiler here: I am pro- Benny Hinn!
I was on Youtube like everyone else and saw a clip by Tommy Bates, pastor of Community Family Church in Independence, Kentucky. You might have also seen him on television with Rod Parsley.
I like Shawn Bolz. I want to say that from the start. I have defended him to Pentecostals that question some of his teaching. I have traveled with him. I have sit in his classes. I have received from him many times.
I came across a video on Youtube of Paul Washer being asked about Pentecostals and namely, Bill Johnson and Bethel Redding. How could someone like Washer view us.
I was reading an article about how Pentecostal churches, the fastest growing part of Church should value sacramental worship. To be honest, I really am not much into this type of stuff. I am more interested in the cutting edge worship that brings divine healing and deliverance to the nation.
I have not been impressed with the crossover of Jaci Velasquez (or any other artist besides P.O.D.) but I recently came to learn something about here that is very interesting: she proclaims to be Pentecostal.
Note from Editor: the following part of an article that David Wilkerson wrote to the people of faith in 1971. While the issues directly related change, the heart of the message does not change. Read through this several times and let it sit deep in your spirit.
Margaret Court is a legend in the world of tennis and she is now a ministry of the gospel that is baptized with the Holy Spirit. She is also boycotting Qantas Airlines over their position on gay marriage.
It seems that back in 2007, Greg Boyd, the Open Theist guy from Minnesota wrote a piece questioning if tongues is the initial physical evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. I guess we should be encouraged, at least it is not the knowledge of God being questions (as Greg was rightfully called a heretic for).