books January 10, 2017 List of GOOD Pentecostal BOOKS to read Posted by Troy Day in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post READING a GOOD BOOK? Share with us your review and thoughts on it this week… booksgoodlistpentecostalread PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleLife insurance for Pentecostals? Next articleWho are "all" in 1 Timothy 5:20? 7 Comments Reply November 16, 2016 Robert Borders I am not ready to review it yet but am to receive a copy of Faithful Presence by David Fitch tomorrow. I have a feeling that this will be a must read for anyone interested in the mission of the Church in our present time. I also highly recommend the revised edition of The Forgotten Ways by Alan Hirsch which I am presently reading. Preston Sprinkle ‘ book on discipleship entitled “Go” is also great. Reply November 16, 2016 Terry Wiles Mission Drift is written with a focus on charities and para-Church groups but has much to think about for the Pastor or leader who understands the important of accomplishing a God given mission/vision. The book pays for itself IMO with the 12 paragraph illustration on page 152, “When The Office Pauses.” https://www.amazon.com/Mission-Drift-Unspoken-Charities-Churches/dp/0764211641 Reply November 16, 2016 Terry Wiles Disappearing Church by Mark Sayers is a very scary book in two parts. In part one the author uncovers the destructive nature of trying to be relevant. In Part two the focus is summed up in two chapter headings, “Stop Catering to ‘Public’ Opinion” and “Don’t Offer Everything. Deliver Truth.” https://www.amazon.com/Disappearing-Church-Cultural-Relevance-Resilience/dp/0802413358 Reply January 5, 2019 Joe Absher “Ever Increasing Faith” a collection of Smith Wigglesworth sermons is a pentecostal classic. Reply January 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Pentecostal ? Reply January 6, 2019 Dwayne Faircloth Love it! Reply January 9, 2020 Deacon Joseph Bell Are those 1611 editions? Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.