I can’t speak for Pentecostals, but some of us Baptists are so Jesus-centered in our theology and worship that we hardly know what to make of the Holy Spirit. If the Pentecostals can help us to get more Spirit-focused and, as a consequence, more Trinitarian, then it is would be well worth the time and effort. And given the growing number of Pentecostal, Charismatic and Renewalist Christians worldwide, these conversations are crucial for the unity of the Church (John 17:21) and greater participation in the mission of God (Matthew 28:19-20). (read full article)
Update: see also Baptist delegation named for international Baptist-Pentecostal conversations.
Update #2: Associated Baptist Press also published Freeman's opinion commentary on May 25: http://www.abpnews.com/opinion/commentaries/item/7452-pentecostal-power