2018 McCown Symposium PENTECOSTALISM has been fueled over the last 100 years primarily by its missionary zeal. Thousands of miles of ministerial and missionary travel by horseback became the model for the circuit rider of the 19th century and for the global METHODIST missionary of the 20th century. Yet the challenge for MISSION among both groups, not to mention for the Christian church as a whole, are steep. Revisit the Pentecost narrative and Pauline letters from a Wesleyan and Pentecostal perspective to reconsider how the charismatic work of the Spirit might yet catalyze a fresh Christian witness for the present time. Conceive of a METHODICOSTAL witness. REGISTER HERE Amos Yong, director of the Center for Missiological Research and professor of theology and mission at Fuller Theological Seminary, Yong's scholarship has been foundational in Pentecostal theology, interacting with both traditions and contemporary contextual theologies. KEYNOTE LECTURES: Spreading Scriptural Holiness to the Ends of the Earth: Methodicostal Mission History Holiness and Power: Toward a Methodicostal Mission Theology Symposium time includes an interactive lunch and panel session with Amos Yong and Methodist and Pentecostal leaders moderated by Dr. Doug Cullum, Northeastern Seminary Vice President and Dean SCHEDULE REGISTRATION DOWNLOAD EVENT FLYER MORE INFORMATION: email@example.com, 585.594.6420 Engage in further dialog on your preferred social networks by using #Methodicostal in your posts.