Commissioned by the World Missions Commission (WMC) of the Pentecostal World Fellowship, this book
includes 25 essays from Pentecostal leaders from every region of the world. The various authors are denominational and missions executives, evangelists, missionaries, missiologists, regional and national missions leaders, pastors, laity, missions mobilizers and trainers, theologians, and educators.
“This significant new book arrives at a strategic moment in the growing international movement toward
cooperation in world evangelization. To my knowledge, Together in One Mission may be the first of its kind in
what I hope will be a growing series of case studies and expositions on Pentecostal cooperation in world evangelization. It is vital for the evangelical Great Commission community and broader Christian movement to widen their embrace of global Pentecostalism-the new face of global Christian mission.” — From the Foreword by Dr. Tetsunao Yamamori, former International Director of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, and
co- author (with Donald E. Miller) of Global Pentecostalism: The New Face of Christian Social Engagement.
The book highlights many existing partnership structures and cooperative affiliations in place among Pentecostals, gives practical case studies and models of Pentecostal collaboration, and also points to many examples of how Pentecostals are involved with broader evangelical missions movements, networks, and coalitions as cooperative partners in world evangelization.
Endorsed from global missions leaders in the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, World Evangelical
Alliance Missions Commission, Missio Nexus, Evangelism and Missions Information Service (Billy Graham
Center), Evangelical Missiological Society, European Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association, Pentecostal
European Mission, Pentecostal Asia Mission, Presidents of Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Asia Pacific
Theological Seminary, Regent University. Additional endorsements by key Christian leaders, the opening inside
pages of the book, and additional resource links are provided at www.TogetherInOneMission.com.