Book Review · Holy Spirit

Andrew K. Gabriel’s “Simply Spirit-Filled”: A Book Review

I am grateful to Andrew Gabriel for the opportunity to review Simply Spirit Filled: Experiencing God in the Presence and Power of the Holy Spirit (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2019). Andrew K. Gabriel (PhD, McMaster Divinity College) serves as Associate Professor of Theology and Vice President of Academics at Horizon College and Seminary in Saskatoon,… Continue reading Andrew K. Gabriel’s “Simply Spirit-Filled”: A Book Review

Former Prophets · Pentecostal · Spirit · Theology

A Theology of the Spirit in the Former Prophets: A Pentecostal Perspective — PhD Thesis

I recently learned (thanks Daniel Isgrigg) that my PhD thesis “A Theology of the Spirit in the Former Prophets: A Pentecostal Perspective” is available free online through my doctoral alma mater: Bangor University, Wales. For those interested it can be read in whole HERE. An edited version of this work is due to be published… Continue reading A Theology of the Spirit in the Former Prophets: A Pentecostal Perspective — PhD Thesis

podcast · women · women in ministry

Women in Ministry: The Spirit, Creation and Eschaton (with Podcast)

This post is borne out of a need to briefly share my view of women serving in ministry. I am an unabashed Egalitarian. I believe women (and men) can and must serve the Church (global and local) in any capacity that they are called to as ministers of the good news of Jesus in the… Continue reading Women in Ministry: The Spirit, Creation and Eschaton (with Podcast)

1 Samuel · Society for Pentecostal Studies

Worship, the Arts, and the Spirit

I just submitted my proposal for the Society for Pentecostal Studies 2016 meeting in San Dimas, California (most excellent, dudes!) which is broadly themed “Worship, the Arts, and the Spirit”. I am hoping my proposal gets accepted as in most previous years. I’ve titled my paper (which will end up as a part of my… Continue reading Worship, the Arts, and the Spirit