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dc.contributor.authorLindsay, Gordonen
dc.description.tableofcontentsThe call of God, p. 3 -- Some qualifications for the ministry, p. 7 -- The art of understanding people, p. 13 -- Supernatural or non-supernatural ministry?, p. 16 -- The place of prayer in a minister's life, p. 19 -- The Pentecostal ministry, p. 24 -- What every minister should know about the gift of prophecy, p. 29 -- Important facts about the healing ministry, p. 32 -- The magic power of faith, p. 38 -- Why some ministers fail, p. 44 -- The prize of the high calling, p. 60 -- The ministry of a pastor, p. 64 -- The ministry of an Evangelist, p. 73 -- Are there apostles today?, p. 82 -- The secret of Evangelizing a community, p. 88 -- Christian counseling, p. 94 -- Doctrine of Christ - Basis of fellowship, p. 98 -- Divine discipline - the forgotten key to Church unity, p. 107 -- Why leaders fail, p. 116 -- Special problems of ministers, p. 125en
dc.format.extent140 pagesen
dc.publisherChrist For The Nationsen
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dc.titleThe Charismatic Ministryen

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    Primary source materials documenting the Pentecostal movement in the Pacific Northwest.

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