Pentecostalism had its roots in the Holiness movement of the nineteenth century, and thus is Arminian in theology. Modern Pentecostalism is often dated to C.P. Parham's Apostolic Faith movement (1901) and the Azusa Street revival of 1906. Pentecostal Christians believe that the gifts of Pentecost, including tongues and healing, are still normal today. The gift of tongues is often seen as a manifestation of baptism in the Spirit, or of sanctification. The charismatic renewal movement, or Neo-Pentecostalism, is distinguished from classic Pentecostalism in that the charismatic renewal arose decades later, among people who were, and often still are, adherents of mainline Protestant denominations or of the Catholic Church.
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Anchor Bay Evangelistic Association
A fellowship of independent, Full Gospel, Charismatic and Pentecostal people. Provides history, doctrinal statement, bylaws, and calendar, as well as information about classes, foreign missions, and membership.
Assemblies of God International Fellowship
An association of independent churches and ministers. Statement of faith, calendar of events, e-mail contact list and links to churches and ministries.
Fellowship Of Christian Assemblies
Seek to equip and empower ministers to advance God’s Kingdom in leadership, ministry, and missions. Includes overview, connect, opportunities, resources and a blog.
Glory To Christ Ministries
A Pentecostal church fellowship.
Religious Tolerance: The Pentecostal Family
Talks about the history of Pentecostalism and describes 3 main divisions within it.
Sam Sweg Ministries
Revival services with healing miracles and prophecy.
Society For Pentecostal Studies
An academic, ecumenical society established in 1970.
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