Pentecostals Today

Life began for me on the Canadian prairies in a Pentecostal parsonage (manse). Along with four siblings I knew I was loved. Only as I began school did I feel the snub of peers: our church was seen as different. Often called “Holy Rollers” being Pentecostal in the 1940s and 50s meant you were on … Continue reading

Never Short of Surprises

News of Christians being given the boot in Muslim countries tends to override stories of remarkable opportunity, overshadowed instead by Muslim religion and politics. Malaysia, an elongated land mass fingering down from the Indo-China peninsula to the city state of Singapore, is a complex grouping of peoples and religions: Malay 70%, Indian 5%, Indigenous peoples … Continue reading