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Winter 2008
(Vol. 5)

People of the Spirit

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Editorial

"People of the Spirit" by Lois E. Olena, D.Min.

Message from the President

"The Way I See It" by Byron D. Klaus, D.Min.

Feature Article

"Stanley Horton: 'One Plan Stan'—Stanley M. Horton’s 'Israel and the Church' Theology" by Raymond L. Gannon

Lectures

2007-2008 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions Lectures by Mark Hausfeld, D.Min.

Inaugural Lecture: "Islam in America: Understanding and Engaging Diaspora Muslims Through the Local Church" Available only by request. Request his lecture.

Second Lecture: "Developing Strategy to Reach Diaspora Muslims Through the Local Church, Part 1" Available only by request. Request his lecture.

Third Lecture: "Developing Strategy to Reach Diaspora Muslims Through the Local Church, Part 2" Available only by request. Request his lecture.

2008-2009 J. Philip Hogan Professor of World Missions Lectures byDeLonn Rance, Ph.D.

Inaugural Lecture: "Fulfilling the Apostolic Mandate in Apostolic Power: Seeking a Spirit-Driven Missiology and Praxis"

Second Lecture: "Fulfilling the Apostolic Mandate in Apostolic Power: Apostolic Leadership in a Spirit-Driven Missiology and Praxis" (PowerPoint file, 388 KB). If you don't have Microsoft PowerPoint you can download the PDF version

2008 Convocation Lecture: "Mission in a Rapidly Changing World" by Stephen Lim, D.Min.

Master of Arts in Theological Studies Paper (2008 Stanley M. Horton Award)

"Torah and the Disciple of Jesus" by Jeffrey D. Green (M.A. 2008)

Book Reviews

Earl Creps, Reverse Mentoring: How Young Leaders Can Transform the Church and Why We Should Let Them (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008). 210 pages. Reviewed by Tim Hager (D.Min. 2002, M.Div. 1989), Administrator of Field Operations, General Council of the Assemblies of God.

Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck, Why We're Not Emergent (by Two Guys Who Should Be) (Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2008). 256 pages. Reviewed by Ryan Beaty (M.Div. 2008), Program Specialist, National Royal Ranger Ministries, General Council of the Assemblies of God.

William P. Young, The Shack (Los Angeles: Windblown Media, 2007). 248 pages. Geir Lie, editor. Reviewed by Dr. Robert Berg,
Director of LifeWorks: The Center for Leadership & Life Calling, Evangel University


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