By: Dr. Arto Hämäläinen

Dr. Hämäläinen, in this practical guide to cross-cultural church planting and practice of holistic mission, draws upon valuable lessons learned from the pioneering missionaries of the Pentecostal movement, and their collective wisdom as expressed in the formation and growth of the Finnish Free Foreign Mission, renamed recently to Fida International. He discusses in a very helpful way, relevant issues of spiritual motivation, applicable strategies, financial support, and effective leadership.

Foreword by Dr. Peter Kuzmic:  Distinguished Professor of World Missions and Evangelism at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MS and Founder/Rector of the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, Croatia


Edited by: Dr. Grant McClung

In honor of the Azusa Street Centennial Anniversary, Grant McClung has collected the works of many of the men who have chronicled or led the Pentecostal movement for the past 100 years and put their essays into a single volume that is considered by many to be the "one central sourcebook on Pentecostal missions and church growth." The book is divided into four perspectives: History (a visit to Azusa Street) Theology Practice Future of the Pentecostal missions


By: Dr. Arto Hämäläinen & Dr. Grant McClung


"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 the new face of global Pentecostalism—the new face of global Christian mission."

From the Foreword by Tetsunao Yamamori, former international director of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, and senior fellow of the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the University of Southern California and co-author (with Donald E. Miller) of Global Pentecostalism: The New Face of Christian Social Engagement.