Mennocostals

Pentecostal and Mennonite Stories of Convergence

Edited by Martin William Mittelstadt, Brian K. Pipkin

Mennocostals

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  • ISBN: 9781532619748
  • Pages: 196
  • Publication Date: 2/5/2020
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Mennocostals

Pentecostal and Mennonite Stories of Convergence

Edited by Martin William Mittelstadt, Brian K. Pipkin

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  • ISBN: 9781532619748
  • Pages: 196
  • Publication Date: 2/5/2020
  • Retail Price: $25.00
Web Price: $20.00
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About-

Pentecostal and Mennonite contributors to this volume have been enriched by mutual hospitality. Through friendships across their respective traditions, they have shared and received the benefits of theological, experiential, and ministry convergence. In celebration of their common journeys, they offer their collective lives as Mennocostals. You will enjoy inspiring, honest, and vulnerable accounts of formation and ministry from academics, pastors, and missionaries. If you find these Mennocostal stories compelling, you will invariably want to discover your own story alongside and beyond the stories in this volume.  

Endorsements & Reviews-

“With both personal testimony and historical analysis, Mennocostals demonstrates not only that Mennonites and Pentecostals have often interacted in the past, but also that much greater future cross-fertilization would be very productive and significant for both groups. This book will nurture that highly desirable future.”

—Ronald J. Sider, Distinguished Professor of Theology, Holistic Ministry, and Public Policy, Palmer Seminary at Eastern University, author of Rich Christians In An Age Of Hunger



“Since the day of Pentecost the winds of the Spirit have blown in unexpected ways. In rich and vivid detail this collection of personal essays beautifully captures the encounter of two theological traditions, and the mutual renewal that is possible when both are attentive to the surprising stirrings of the Holy Spirit. Read it and be inspired!”

—John Roth, Professor of History, Goshen College

Contributors-

Martin William Mittelstadt
Brian K. Pipkin

Bio(s)-

Martin William Mittelstadt is Professor of New Testament at Evangel University. His books include Spirit and Suffering in Luke-Acts and Reading Luke-Acts in the Pentecostal Tradition. Other publications reflect a lifelong interest in Luke-Acts, Pentecostalism, ecumenism, and peacemaking. He currently serves as co-editor of the Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity.



Brian K. Pipkin is executive assistant at Mennonite Disaster Service, an Anabaptist disaster relief organization in Lititz, Pennsylvania. He is co-editor with Jay Beaman of both Pentecostal and Holiness Statements on War and Peace (2013) and Early Pentecostals on Nonviolence and Social Justice: A Reader (2016). He attends Blossom Hill Mennonite Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with his wife and three young children.




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