charismatic movement

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charismatic movement

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1. (Protestantism) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
2. (Roman Catholic Church) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
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A commissioner in one of the many commissions has put a smile on the face of one of the pastors of a charismatic church based in Ongata Rongai.
The protagonist is a fraudulent pastor who heads a charismatic church and who merrily defrauds his gullible congregation until his deceptions are exposed.
Father, you see, being a leader goes beyond trying to impress people with all kinds of flowery words and hypnotizing people, like a congregation in some Pentecostal or charismatic church who just make lot of noise but go home after service and not remembering 90 percent of what the preacher man said.
It was gathered that Everitus, who is also a popular pastor with charismatic church attacked his wife during a disagreement at their home in Uli, in Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State.
Katy said: "There was a very powerful and charismatic church near my school and a friend of mine joined it with the rest of her family.
At age 33, he had built the largest charismatic church in Europe.
Her father, a principal at Mia's high school, becomes more distant, drawn like his daughter to the young English teacher, though for different reasons entirely; her mother descends further into depression; her sister, struggling to care for two children with disabilities, turns to a charismatic church for comfort, the Mennonite faith having failed to provide her the promise of healing she needs.
Advertisements for Archbishop Nicholas Dimcan-Williams, the founder of a charismatic church in Ghana, frequently show him wielding a sword, suggesting his power over negative spiritual forces, and he is constantly referred to as an "apostle of strategic warfare prayer."
Wright himself was raised Catholic, then became involved in a charismatic church and now calls himself a Catholic-liturgical-charismatic evangelical.
Among the topics are Christians crossing boundaries through Sister Church relationships, Korean missionaries preaching the gospel to all nations including the US, the subversion of caste in rural South India, otherworldly rhetoric and this-worldly organization in an African-based charismatic church in Germany, and Pentecostal imagination and mobilization of identity in the French migrant context.
It is an 'African-initiated Pentecostal Charismatic church', product of a local schism from the Full Gospel Apostolic Church in the 1960s, which has taken a particular local form in Gwembe Valley, southern Zambia.