Why are Spirit-filled churches generally weak at discipleship?

In the early and mid-twentieth century, those who first joined the Pentecostal ranks sought an experience reflecting their Biblical understanding. Public education had biblical teaching in its curriculum, and church attendance was normative. Early records show that many joined Pentecostal ranks from Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian backgrounds looking for something more. Despite the removal of…

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