The Center for the Study of Global Pentecostalism aims to provide opportunities to research the multidimensional character of global Pentecostalism; to do constructive theological work in understanding and providing a rationale for Pentecostal missions and ministry in local, regional and global contexts; and to provide an educational experience that helps equip and shape Pentecostal leaders for the 21st century.
SEU’s Barnett College of Ministry & Theology prepares students for a successful Christian life and ministry by integrating personal faith, biblical insight, Christian ethics, spiritual gifts and ministerial skills. Within the parameters of the Pentecostal identity, we challenge students to impact their generation through effective communication of the Gospel in word and deed so they will advance the global Kingdom of God.
If you would like to contact the Center for the Study of Global Pentecostalism, please call 863.667.5155. The center is located in the Bolin Pentecostal Library at Southeastern University.