Our publications

Chaplaincy in Bulgaria: Celebrating 10 Years of Bulgarian Chaplaincy Association

Bulgarian Chaplaincy Association: Celebrating a Decade of Ministry We are proud to... 

Cooking Traditions of Bulgaria, Second Edition (now on Kindle)

Bulgarian cuisine is distinct, yet eclectic at the same time with Mediterranean influence... 

Cooking Traditions of Bulgaria (now on Kindle)

Now also on Amazon’s Kindle Store This cookbook features authentic recipes... 

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What We Do

Consulting and Coaching Consulting and Coaching

Our team provides continuous education to over 200 church leaders and ministry teams around the world…

Research and Teaching Research and Teaching

Our historical research through the years has examined the archives of leading Pentecostal movements, Harvard, Cambridge…

Evangelism and World Missions Evangelism and World Missions

We have ministered for 22 years on three continents, 25 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico, Europe and in over 300 Bulgarian congregations

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MINISTRY NEWS

Mega Churches Aren’t Preferred in 2021 June 10, 2021

While mega churches seem to have it all, only 8% of all church goers attend one. Part of the reason is they’re just too big. However, they do have the benefit of having a budget that allows them to reach more people online than most smaller churches.  Read More →

Why Americans Attend Church in 2021 June 5, 2021

This is probably one of the church statistics you didn’t even realize you wanted to know.Two-thirds of people in a Pew Research survey say they attend church for four main reasons: To become a better person (68%) To introduce faith to their kids (69%) To find personal comfort (66%) Grow closer to... [Read more]

THIS JUST IN [hardcover] June 1, 2021

The Unforgotten: Historical and Theological Roots of Pentecostalism in Bulgaria SEE MORE at Amazon.com by clicking this link  Read More →

NEW Istanbul canal to link Black and Marmara Seas May 30, 2021

To the west of Istanbul, between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea, lie diverse landscapes of forest, farms, marshes and ancient settlements. Following a curving line from north to south would connect you through the Terkos Lake, Sazlıdere stream and reservoir and Küçükçekmece lagoon, important... [Read more]

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