The Pentacostal Church Has Instructive Origins

I want to share an article recently sent to me about the origins of the Pentacostal Church, which has come a long way from where it started. It began on Asuza Street in Los Angeles, with a church where miracles were happening. Now, it’s more known for its rigid structure than its miracles.

This story is relevant now because like many of our own wonderful ideas we create an institution around, personal or political, they don’t work for us now, they need amending or a completely different foundation upon which a new miracle can appear. Great ideas give way to structure, which must necessarily rot us, or we transform it. This is the time, right now in December 2011, when we have a chance to get re-established in better structures and greater freedom.

Read this great story by Eric Teissedre at

Elissa Heyman,  Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing, in person/by phone, Santa Fe, NM 87501, 505-982-3294. New website!

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About Elissa
Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Elissa Heyman practices psychic counseling and healing in person and by phone She offers workshops in psychic development for counselors and therapists, and facilitates Circles, an open group process for 8 people. Elissa also contributes articles as the Santa Fe Spiritual Examiner, and writes a monthly newsletter for her clients.
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