Advancing Renewal for the African-American Pentecostal Church is a researched interpretation of the struggles that several Pentecostal churches may be experiencing as they move through the twenty-first century. Using personal advice as well as informative suggestions from experts, the author bestows enlightening recommendations that readers will feel they understand and can use to successfully improve their congregations. The author gives a thorough, educated presentation of the historical origins of the Pentecostal church and its progression into the current generation. Narrowing down the key areas where churches may be struggling and hitting the plateau in growth will allow readers to go straight to the area they want to focus on, and implement those suggestions in their congregations. The author takes her time to fully explain the theology of the Pentecostal faith and all areas of the church, realizing that believers and nonbelievers may be perusing the content of her book. Author Bio: Dr. Sabrina J. Ellis received both a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio. Dr. Ellis is married to Bishop J. Delano Ellis, II and together they pastor the Pentecostal Church of Christ in Cleveland, Ohio.