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This chapter begins as an attempt to understand pentecostal / charismatic migrant churches and their agenda, with the aim to help deepen the cooperation between indigenous Protestant churches in Europe and pentecostal / charismatic migrant churches here. German churches’ financial support for migrant churches is similarly subject to adherence to German structures. A typical example is the fund the Evangelical City Church District in Düsseldorf has set up to support migrant churches. The Protestant churches must be considered as the 'church of the elites'. The concept of missio Dei is important as it allows us to discern God's Spirit as active in the world outside and independent of the churches.

Keywords: charismatic migrant church; German structures; missio Dei



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