The Pentecostal Pastor
Pentecostal clergy are kneeling at the gateway to the twenty-first century with a prayerful sense of purpose. Two thousand years after our Saviour's resurrection, we are still hearing His call to "feed my sheep". The Pentecostal Pastor is an encyclopaedia...
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Pentecostal clergy are kneeling at the gateway to the twenty-first century with a prayerful sense of purpose. Two thousand years after our Saviour's resurrection, we are still hearing His call to "feed my sheep". The Pentecostal Pastor is an encyclopaedia of wisdom for all who heed those words. The Pentecostal Pastor connects you with an esteemed panel of seventy-four pastors, missionaries, college presidents, and Christian leaders. Their rich portfolio of ministry experience spans Americas cities, suburbs, and rural areas. Well-qualified to nurture clergy of today and tomorrow, they discuss real issues faced by real pastors. Inspiration and information on eighty-five diverse topics is organised for easy access. Articles are indexed by both Scripture and subject, and arranged under six themes: Priorities in the Pastors Life, The Pastors Personal Life, Preparing for Revival, Effective Accountability, Ministry to the Body, and Spirit-Anointed Worship.
As a full-time missionary, Dr. Wayde Goodall started Vienna Christian Center in Vienna, Austria, which today is one of the largest evangelical churches in Europe. He holds Doctor of Ministry degrees from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and Northwest Graduate School of Ministry. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and one in psychology from Southern California College. Currently, Dr. Goodall is senior pastor of First Assembly of God in Winsten-Salem, NC.
Thomas E. Trask has been general superintendent of the Assemblies of God and chairman of the Pentacostal World Conference. A graduate of North Central Bible College, Minneapolis, MN, he served 25 years as a pastor and was superintendent of the Michigan district and general treasurer of the Assemblies of God before election to lead the fellowship in 1993. He came into office calling for a fresh Pentecostal revival in the Assemblies of God.