The “Malines Documents” produced by a Roman Catholic commission of theologians and charismatic leaders under the direction of Cardinal Suenens, these are invaluable and balanced guides to the theology and practice of renewal
Yves-Marie Congar, I believe in the Holy Spirit Perhaps the most comprehensive (800 page!) guide to the theology of the Holy Spirit in Scripture, church history, and contemporary experience, by a French Catholic theologian who was close to the Renewal in the 1970s and a pioneer of the ecumenical movement.
Walter Hollenweger, Pentecostalism: Origins and Development Worldwide a comprehensive survey by a leading scholar of the movement
Cecil M. Robeck, The Azusa Street Mission and Revival The authoritative history of the birth of modern Pentecostalism
Velli-Matti Karkainnen, Pneumatology One of the best contemporary introductions, by a Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller (see also his Systematic Theology)
Michael Ramsey and Leon-Joseph Suenens, Come Holy Spirit (1977) thoughtful encouragement from the Anglican archbishop who witnessed the start of the renewal movement
David Watson, Discipleship Watson was a key figure in the early Renewal movement in England, and a mentor to a whole generation of leaders (see also his other books including “One in the Spirit”)
Tom Smail, Charismatic Renewal: The Search for a Theology, with Andrew Walker and Nigel Wright (SPCK, 1994) by a former Director of the Fountain Trust who was also a pupil of Karl Barth
John Gunstone, Pentecost Comes To Church: Sacraments and Spiritual Gifts (1994) Gunstone was an experienced English priest who wrote some of the most balanced guides to Anglican renewal (see also his books: “The Charismatic Prayer Group”, “Baptised in the Spirit? Fifty Questions You Wanted To Ask” and “Signs and Wonders: the Wimber Phenomenon”)
Sarah Coakley, God Sexuality and the Self. An Essay ‘On the Trinity’ Coakley is an Anglican systematic theologian who takes prayer extremely seriously and has also studied the charismatic renewal movement; see especially Chapter Four “The charismatic constituency: embarrassment or riches?”
Article by Mark Hutchinson from Alpha Crucis
“Anglican Charismatic Renewal: aspects of its rise and fall”
“The new thing God is doing”
Sid Eavis, A Healing Ministry. My recollection of Canon Jim Glennon Jim Glennon ran a healing ministry at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney for many years. This book includes a helpful and balanced chapter entitled “The charismatic in the non-charismatic church”.
The Prophetic in the Local Church
David Wilkerson, The Cross and the Switchblade The classic story of a remarkable ministry, which introduced many to the ideas of charismatic renewal.
David Duplessis, A Man Called Mr Pentecost The South African preacher who brought the Pentecostal message to the established churches.
Dennis Bennett, Nine O’Clock in the Morning The Episcopalian priest who pioneered the Renewal movement in America.
David Watson, You Are My God One of the most significant figures in the early Anglican renewal in England.
AREAS OF MINISTRY
Morris Maddocks, The Christian Healing Ministry Maddocks was a English bishop who became the first special advisor on healing to the Archbishop of Canterbury, and founded the Acorn Healing Trust
Praise and Worship
David Ford and Dan Hardy, Living in Praise Probably the best general theological introduction to worship – Lester Ruth and Lim Swee Hong, A History of Contemporary Praise & Worship the first really comprehensive history of the modern worship movement