Grant McClung has collected the works of many of the men who have chronicled or led the Pentecostal movement for the past 100 years and put their essays into a single volume that is considered by many to be the "one central sourcebook on Pentecostal missions and church growth."
The book is divided into four perspectives:
- History (a visit to Azusa Street)
- Future of the Pentecostal missions
Dr. Grant McClung is President of Missions Resource Group, a world missions resourcing ministry that provides training, consulting, and mentoring to the global Great Commission community (www.MissionsResourceGroup.org), and Missiological Advisor to the World Missions Commission of the Pentecostal World Fellowship. He is a member of a number of missions related boards and advisory groups including the Executive Board of The Mission Exchange (formerly EFMA), the Global Diaspora Network Advisory Board (Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization), the U.S. Lausanne Committee, and the Editorial/Advisory Committee of EMIS, the Evangelism and Missions Information Service, a ministry extension of the Billy Graham Center in Wheaton, Illinois. A veteran field missionary and missions leader, McClung is currently serving in an at-large capacity for global missionary education through Church of God World Missions. He filled two terms as an elected member of the International Executive Council of the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee U.S.A.) from 2006 – 2010.