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Provost at Morling Theological College, and Founding Director of The GlobalChurch Project http://TheGlobalChurchProject.com
Provost at Morling Theological College, and Founding Director of The GlobalChurch Project http://TheGlobalChurchProject.com

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“Spirit baptism draws one into the field of God’s presence and transforms one’s life with the love of God... Spirit baptism is a baptism into the love of God that sanctifies, renews, and empowers." Frank Macchia.

I recently had the privilege to do a filmed interview and podcast with Frank Macchia on global Pentecostalism and the Spirit-baptized church. Frank is the author of "Baptized in the Spirit: A Global Pentecostal Theology." He is a world leader in the study of global Pentecostalism and Pentecostal thought and practice, and a professor of theology at Vanguard University of Southern California.

You can find the video and podcast here: https://theglobalchurchproject.com/video/frank-d-macchia-global-pentecostalism/
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Women make up more than half of the church. It's time we get to know the faces and hear the voices of the women doing theology across the globe.

In this article, Juliany Gonzalez Nieves describes the life and writings of 18 Latin American female theologians you should know.

https://theglobalchurchproject.com/18-latin-american-female-theologians-know/
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Talking with Mandy Marshall about ending violence against women in church and society. Mandy leads Restored, which is an international Christian alliance working to transform relationships and end violence against women.

Video and podcast are here: https://theglobalchurchproject.com/video/mandy-marshall-ending-violence-women-church-society/
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Continuing my series on "12 inspiring women." These are 12 passionate, courageous, prophetic women, who inspire us to think deeply, act courageously, embrace others, and bring hope to the world. In the third entry, we consider Catherine Mowry LaCugna. LaCugna was a brilliant young theologian with a passionate interest in three interrelated themes: (1) exploring the radical consequences of trinitarian theology; (2) elevating the role of women in church and society; and (3) inspiring the church to serve the marginalized, wounded, and broken.

https://theglobalchurchproject.com/12-inspiring-women-catherine-mowry-lacugna/
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The second entry in my series "12 Inspiring Women." This one is on Amal Nassar of the Tent of Nations / Nassar Farm. Amal Nassar is a dynamic and courageous Palestinian Christian committed to nonviolence, peacemaking and reconciliation. I met Amal in a beautiful cave on her farm in the West Bank. Covering the walls of the cave are paintings and words about peace and reconciliation, written in many languages. It was a moving experience.

https://theglobalchurchproject.com/12-inspiring-women-amal-nassar/
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Today I begin a new series of posts: "12 inspiring women." These are 12 passionate, courageous, prophetic women, who inspire us to think deeply, act courageously, embrace others, and bring hope to the world. In the first post, we look at the work of Sarah Coakley.

https://theglobalchurchproject.com/12-inspiring-women-sarah-coakley/
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10 years in the making! The rebooted 2nd edition of "Salt, Light and a City" is now out! Now the first in a 3-volume series, the book builds a missional theology of the church in conversation with 16 remarkable thinkers (Sarah Coakley, John Zizioulas, Stanley Hauerwas, Miroslav Volf, and Jurgen Moltmann, Catherine Mowry LaCugna, and more).

Get a 20% discount if you order through here: http://wipfandstock.com/salt-light-and-a-city-second-edition.html
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Elias Chacour (the author of Blood Brothers) has spent his life seeking peace and reconciliation between Palestinians and Israelis, and between Christians, Muslims, and Jews. In this video and podcast, he shares how bitter enemies can move toward justice and forgiveness and reconciliation. Blessed are the Palestinian, Israeli, and other peacemakers.

https://theglobalchurchproject.com/video/elias-chacour-blood-brothers-blessed-palestinian-israeli-peacemakers/
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Raymond Minniecon shares what it means to be authentically Indigenous and authentically Christian. He challenges the Australian and global church to listen to what Jesus is saying to us through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander faith and Christianity (and through Indigenous faith communities all over the world).

Pastor Ray Minniecon is a descendant of the Kabi Kabi nation and the Gurang Gurang nation of South-East Queensland. Ray Minniecon is also a descendant of the South Sea Islander people with connections to the people of Ambrym Island. He has spoken about Indigenous issues, rights and faith at local, national and international forums.

Video: https://theglobalchurchproject.com/video/ray-minniecon-indigenous-aboriginal-christianity/

Podcast: https://theglobalchurchproject.com/68-ray-minniecon-authentically-indigenous-authentically-christian/
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Wonderful day filming with Tracy Trinita and Steve Chong for The GlobalChurch Project. Tracy Trinita is an apologist and an itinerant speaker for RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries). Originally from Bali, Indonesia, she was the country’s first-ever supermodel. She now spends her life travelling the globe sharing her faith in Jesus Christ. Steve Chong is the founding leader and director of the RICE Movement and he loves seeing how God is raising up the next generation of young people come to know Jesus and be renewed in their faith.

Videos and podcasts for these interviews will go up soon on www.TheGlobalChurchProject.com

Huge thanks to the Baptist Churches NSW & ACT for making this possible.
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