This volume studies Pentecostalism in Latin America as a broad, diverse and multifaceted movement. It describes different features and colors that together shape its collective face. This is done from context to context, weaving various relationships with society and politics. Pentecostalism is situated as a collective actor embedded in a changing reality that blends various streams for theological reflection. The book explains how Pentecostals in Latin America connect to the topic of God's mission in the world today. From the Global South comes an exceptional academic reference on integral mission in Latin America with the scope and cutting-edge of Bosch's Transforming Mission. Alvarez builds on the spiritual potential and incipient social services of Pentecostalism, the community-centered Spirit-filled poor ministering to the poor. Sherron George, Presbyterian pastor, professor, missiologist and writer, Brazil This study is filling a vacuum in the discussion of global mission. Pentecostals are now present and sharing substantial ideas in behalf of holistic transformation of contemporary societies. Bernardo Campos, director of the Elijah Institute for the extension of the Kingdom, Peru. Founding Member of la Red Latinoamericana de Estudios Pentecostales-RELEP Alvarez makes a quantum leap forward in the effort to articulate a Pentecostal missiology from a Latin American perspective. Philip Wingeier-Rayo, associate professor of evangelism, mission, and Methodist studies at Austin Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas Miguel Alvarez (PhD Oxford Centre for Mission Studies) is a missionary from Honduras. He is associate representative of Superbook at the Christian Broadcasting Network, Director of Hispanic Ministries for the Church of God in the State of Virginia and Adjunct Professor of Theology and Mission at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Alvarez is former President of the Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries (ASCM) in Philippines and the Asian Pentecostal Society (APS).