books March 1, 2019 Why do PENTECOSTAL churches use the very Baptist LifeWay? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Previous articleFasting DAY 38 Next articleRESTORATION of BINDING and LOOSING You may also like March 18, 2019 Jurgen Moltmann: The Crucified God March 14, 2019 Finally a Pentecostal Bible Study of the Prophetic Book of DANIEL! 10 Comments Reply March 1, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Because we don’t have our own scholarly book stores where we can readily purchase resources. I’m attempting at this very moment to buy resources I can’t find outside of life way and amazon Reply March 1, 2019 Troy Day This is SO not true We have plenty of our own theology WHY is it then that we trust LifeWay NAR ARC or whoever else says they got the know-how? Reply March 1, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Troy Day cross pollination Reply March 1, 2019 Troy Day meaning? Reply March 1, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day where can we regularly buy the materials. That is what I was referring too. I would purchase more if it was easy for me to get and affordable. I will wait for suggestions. Reply March 1, 2019 Troy Day Michael Ellis Carter Jr. each Pentecostal denomination has its own publishing house NOW then its a matter of preference but MY question is HOW can a very baptist publication serve a Pentecostal congregation ? Reply March 1, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day I understand that well which creates another set of issues for those of us who choose not to fully align with any denomination. Secondly each denomination is very slow. Thirdly, PAW, COOLJC, and COGIC all have limited resources and very slow production/shipping. So doctrinal things have to be created in house or things are equivalent so life-way suffices. I can order a popular study on the book of Jonah or on fear for my youth ministry and pick it up in the morning. That’s what makes them a good option for my church. Reply March 1, 2019 Brian Roden MyHealthyChurch (A/G, Gospel Publishing House) has some very modern KidMin resources with a Pentecostal emphasis in the FaithCase series. For general Sunday School literature, I hear some find the Radiant Life curriculum a little long-in-the-tooth, though it is designed on a 7-year cycle to get a student through the whole Bible. We use their Spanish-language curriculum with the adults in our Latino ministry. I think a lot of people would like to see something like The Gospel Project, but with a Pentecostal twist (and Arminian soteriology). But rather than wait for our publishing houses re-invent the whole wheel, they just use the Gospel Project materials they can and skip the parts that aren’t in agreement (easy to do if you only get teacher books, and don’t have student books for everyone in the class). Reply March 1, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Brian Roden exactly… Reply March 1, 2019 Troy Day Brian Roden LifeWay is NOT just sunday school ot kiddie school materials They cover everything from how to preach and present to how to grow a church or start a new one all the way to how to do missions – all baptist based used by many Pentecostal cogs out there Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.