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International Journal of Pentecostal Missiology

The International Journal of Pentecostal Missiology (IJPM) is a peer-reviewed, electronic journal with periodic publication.

The IJPM seeks to facilitate the engagement, research and investigation of missiology from within a Pentecostal perspective; to encourage thinking and interaction among Pentecostal missionaries and/or Pentecostal missions scholars; and to provide a forum for dialogue and reflection about issues current within Pentecostal Missions. These parameters allow for biblical, theological, historical and/or missiological articulations as well as book reviews based on relevant contemporary works.

Views expressed in the Journal reflect those of the authors and reviewers, and are not necessarily the perspectives or opinions of the editors, the editorial board, the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary or the participating institutions.

Current Issue

International Journal of Pentecostal Missiology, vol. 8 (2021)

Full Journal


Missions: A Renewed Focus by Jeffery Nelson, Editor

Feature Articles

Having Gone, Disciple All Nations: Context, Canon, Commission, and Charisma by Doug Lowenberg

Re-ignitional Missiology in an Era of Decline by Fred Farrokh

The Slave is Your Brother: Koinoniac Witness in Paul’s Epistle to Philemon by Rennae de Freitas

Theological, Practical, and Missional Implications of Lukan Pneumatology by Leo Kihara Kinuthia

Partnership in the Gospel by Dwight Sandoz

The Story of the Bible and Motivation for Missions: God Desires an Eternal Relationship with People by Jeffery Nelson