Erica Ramirez. A third generation Pentecostal, Erica Ramirez was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, but now resides in Madison, New Jersey. Her graduate work at Wheaton College was in Church History, concentrating in Religion in American Life. Her main research interest at Drew University has been Pentecostal feminist practices, studying intersections of ethnicity, gender, and politics, using postcolonial and feminist lenses.

15094260_10154424464552839_1894333106431717534_nMicael Grenholm. Swedish charismactivist who resides in a Jesus Army community in Kettering, UK, and contributes regularly to their website. Having studied theology as well as peace and development studies in Uppsala, Sweden, Micael Grenholm’s passion is to combine charismatic spirituality with activism for peace and justice. Apart from editing the Pax Pneuma website he vlogs for the YouTube channel Holy Spirit Activism and is active with evangelism and apologetics both locally and online.


16441266_10154992765609187_1065466966_nRamone Romero. Ramone Romero grew up near Washington, D.C. and currently lives in Osaka, Japan. He prophesies in painting, words, and poetry on Facebook and at the Weeping Jeremiahs blog.

71986_1642209251013_1083759_nFaith Totushek. Pastor Faith has served two churches as a solo pastor in Minnesota and Connecticut. She Currently pastors WayFinders Home church and serves as Director of Worship at St Francis United Methodist Church in St Francis, Minnesota. Faith graduated seminary in 2007 with an MDIV in New Testament and Pastoral Ministry.

1008722_10200702938314264_1269166445_oTrevor Saxby. Mentor, pastor and PhD in church history. Author of Pilgrims of a Common Life and part of the Jesus Fellowship Church in the UK. I love learning from the ‘movers and shakers’ of the past, as I want to be one today!

In addition to these regular contributors, various guest bloggers and interview respondents contribute to the site.

2 thoughts on “Contributors”

  1. I very grateful to have discovered this website. I’m the author of From Times Square to Timbuktu: The Post-Christian West Meets the Non-Western Church (Eerdmans, 2013) and have been engaged for several years in building links between Pentecostals and the wider Christian community through initiatives such as the Global Christian Forum. Thanks so much for your work and witness.


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