This chapter examines the emergence of spirit-filled religious movement in the United States during the 1960s and the 1970s. This movement significantly shaped modern ministry on several fronts for the next few decades. The impact of this movement in the West is seen with the Jesus people movement and in the South and in the Midwest with the new currents and developments in classical Pentecostalism and faith healing. This movement has not been welcomed the clergy of mainline churches who considered this change more like counterculture than religion.
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