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Soul Care for One and All: Pentecostal Theology and the Search for a More Expansive View of Spiritual Formation

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In an effort to move toward a more robust theology and practice of spiritual formation, this paper explores the multi-dimensional, multi-level character of spiritual formation and its implications for spiritual leadership. Convinced that Pentecostal theology provides a means for enriching and even correcting popular notions of spiritual formation, these purposes are pursued within this interpretive context. Much has been written on the soul care of individuals in the Church, less on the nature and dynamics of soul care at the corporate level. It is argued that the individual and corporate levels of spiritual formation share a nested, reciprocal, and symbiotic relationship. Understanding and attending to this relationship with greater intentionality places leaders in a position to develop more informed strategies to facilitate the ongoing transformation of individuals, congregations, and denominations in their care.

Affiliations: 1: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, ; 2: Lee University, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA,


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