Australasian Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements
This is a research dictionary aimed at establishing the primary elements for the historiography of Australasian Pentecostal and Charismatic movements. Entries are filed progressively to produce a searchable database of pentecostal history which will act as the basis for larger, considered secondary works as the scholarship develops. The Dictionary is refereed and scholarly.
Australian Dictionary of Evangelical Biography
ADEB is a publication of the Evangelical History Association of Australia, which aims to provide insights into the prosopography of Australian evangelicalism. By detailing the lives and interactions of this signficant tradition in Australian Christianity, the basis is laid for a more fullsome literature, including a better understanding of the international impact of the movement.
Australian Evangel / Glad Tidings Messenger
The official Journal of the Assemblies of God in Australia.
"Good News" was the magazine of the earliest formal pentecostal grouping in Australia, Good News Hall. Originally a pentecostal gathering in the traditional form of a 'healing mission' under the leadership of Sarah Jane Lancaster, the movement morphed through the 1920s in response to the church planting which emerged from (largely female-led) evangelism in Queensland, Victoria and NSW. A pseudo-denomination emerged as the "Good News Pentecostal Alliance" (from 1924), formalized under the influence of South African evangelist F. B. Van Eyk into the "Apostolic Faith Mission of Australasia" (from 1926). The magazine extended the influence of Lancaster's group, and helped create the networks which underlay the emergence of explicitly pentecostal groupings from pre-existing Keswick, divine healing, Methodist holiness, and missions networks. The magazine faded with the death of Lancaster in 1934, and the closure of Good News Hall in 1936.
Lucas: An Evangelical History Review
Lucas is the journal of the Evangelical History Association of Australia.
Pentecostal Charismatic Bible Colleges
The pcbc journal is a publication of the Association of Pentecostal and Charismatic Bible Colleges of Australasia.
ReVeal is a Research Bulletin dedicated to coordinating and sharing news about the research culture at Alphacrucis College. Alphacrucis is dedicated to developing a research-led, higher education culture of excellence. As a Christian College for Higher Education and Vocational Training, the College is uniquely placed in Australia to bring to bear scholarly expertise on the interests and experience of Australian Christianity.
This is introducing the first issue of Revival News. Revival News is not just another religious Magazine. Its purpose is to provide news of God's Revival right here in New Zealand.
Sources in Australian Christian History
This is a site which collects and makes available minor but useful sources which illustrate the history and course of Christianity in Australia.
Taking Point is the Newsletter of the Graduate Leadership Program of the Southern Cross Graduate School.
The New South Wales Presbyterian
The official Organ of the Presbyterian Church in New South Wales.
Vision is published by, The Temple Trust and is part of the Trusts ministry. The Vision of the Temple Trust is "Gods Work of Restoration and Renewal of the Church through the power of the Holy Spirit particularly in the area of Charismatic Renewal, but not limited to this area alone; for the Visions of Restoration and Renewal is an all embracing one and is concerned with individuals, families, local church communities, and the whole Church — the Body of Christ.