Global Pentecostalism has too often been narrowly defined, but this volume highlights its geographical and cultural diversity and gives a voice to lesser known realities. Section I offers “Global Voices from Oxford”, consisting of three prominent professors: Metropolitan Kallistos Ware, Paul S. Fiddes, and Wonsuk Ma. Section II brings together voices from “The Global South”: Connie Au (China), Yohanna Katanacho (Palestine), Elizabeth Salazar-Sanzana (Chile), Agustina Luvis-Núñez (Puerto Rico), J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu (Ghana), Philippe Ouédraogo (Burkina Faso), Clifton Clark (Britain), and Olga Zaprometova (Russia). In Section III, “The Global North”, the authors point to significant opportunities and dangers for their respective communities: Daniel Ramírez (Latino Pentecostals), Mark Hutchinson (Australian Pentecostals), and Pamela M.S. Holmes (Cana-dian Pentecostals). Also, David Hilborn suggests opportunities for dialogue between Anglicans and Pentecostals. Together, these voices make the reader aware of (1) fresh possibilities for ecumenical progress and (2) the state of Pentecostalism around the globe.