Asia E. Williamson, Joseph W. Handley

Deep Rivers: A Pentecostal Approach to Disciple-Making

  • Religious studies

The exponential growth worldwide of Pentecostalism during the twentieth century is undeniable. Through its remarkable growth, Pentecostalism has made a robust contribution to Christians’ overall understanding of the nature and power of the Holy Spirit. One area needing further exploration is the theological and biblical roots of Pentecostalism’s teachings on discipleship. This article’s analysis will include considering the work of the Holy Spirit in the process of sanctification, careful considerations of both scriptural and historical backgrounds, and a survey of the landscape of Pentecostal approaches to discipleship. The article aims to outline some fundamental principles and practices of Christian discipleship, as well as to explore how the process of discipleship empowered by the Holy Spirit is at the heart of ever deepening personal and communal transformation.

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