After a century of Pentecostal-charismatic mission in Africa, one of the major challenges faced by denominations is how to remain contextually relevant and survive beyond the original generation without losing their authenticity and identity. This book explores the mission models of Apostle James McKeown, a British Pentecostal missionary and founder of the largest Pentecostal church in Ghana, the Church of Pentecost. It argues that mission theology should be reconsidered for each generation because differences in generational cultures, just like in geographical cultures, impinge on Christian mission. The book proposes an intergenerational mission approach (IGMA) as a missiological imperative for African Pentecostal-charismatic Christianity.

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