By Thamo Naidoo
This learn specializes in the historical past of Apostolicity within the AM streams that experience emerged and constructed via 3 classes: the Nineteen Eighties, Nineteen Nineties and 2000s.
Specific awareness is given to the subsequent South African AM groups:
•New Covenant Ministries overseas (NCMI)
•Robert Munien of Grace overseas (GI)
•Congress global step forward community (C-WBN)
•International Strategic Alliance of Apostolic church buildings (ISAAC)
•Judah country Alliance (JKA)
While there are numerous different streams within the AM, this research has a selected concentrate on those groupings in the context of South African Pentecostalism.
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