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( im ) PACT for Sustainable Change. Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves … Patient dependence on Spirit guidance (16: 6b-7). Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves … Patient dependence on Spirit guidance (16: 6–10 (7) Unashamed declaration of

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(im)PACT

for Sustainable Change

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Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves…

Patient dependence on Spirit guidance(16: 6b-7)

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Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves…

Patient dependence on Spirit guidance(16: 6–10 (7)

Unashamed declaration of

Spirit Baptism(19: 1 – 7)

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March 2010,

Barna Group Research indicates…

  • 25% of those describing themselves as Christians say they have been “filled with the Holy Spirit” and have received at least one gift such as tongues, prophecy or healing…
  • Baby Boomers (now 45 to 63) – are currently least likely to identify as charismatic or Pentecostal (20%).
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March 2010,

Barna Group Research indicates…

  • Younger Christians are more open to charismatic gifts, but more skeptical about the nature of the Holy Spirit when compared to older Christians.
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March 2010,

Barna Group Research indicates…

Still, this does not necessarily translate into greater personal participation in speaking in tongues among young believers; just 7% of Mosaic Christians and 9% of Buster Christians had ever spoken in tongues, compared to 13% of Boomer believers and 9% of Elder Christians.

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Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves…

Patient dependence on Spirit guidance(16: 6–10 (7)

Unashamed declaration of

Spirit Baptism(19: 1 – 7)

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Notable Comparisons:

Church of God in Christ:

(began in 1897, split in 1906

over tongues)

Today: The Non Pentecostal group

in the USA is 24 thousand

The Pentecostal group in the USA

is 6 million

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Notable Comparisons:

Christian & Missionary Alliance (seek not, forbid not) USA # = 300 thousand

AG has almost 3 million

World C&MA has about 3 million

World AG has about 60 million

but AG started smaller and later

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The ONLY key difference is

“evidence” of tongues

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Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves…

Patient dependence on Spirit guidance(16: 6–10 (7)

Unashamed declaration of Spirit Baptism(19: 1 – 7)

Intentional distribution

through missional disciples

(19: 1, 9, 30)

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Intentional

Motivated

Powerful

Action

Causing

Transformation

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Making an (im)PACT for sustainable change involves…

Patient dependence on Spirit guidance(16: 6–10 (7)

Unashamed declaration of Spirit Baptism(19: 1 – 7)

Intentional distribution

through missional disciples

(19: 1, 9, 30)

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(im)PACT

for Sustainable Change

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