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Initial Steps in Organization

Initial Steps in Organization By Fred J. Foster That organization would come was inevitable. This movement whose leaders had hoped would sweep into and embrace all faiths found itself on the outside of every thing ecclesiastical. With very few churches to preach or worship in, and no authorized group to offer clergy recognition, a movement with so many intelligent […]

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The Finished Work of Calvary

The Finished Work of Calvary By Fred J. Foster The pastor of North Avenue Mission in Chicago was wrestling in deep troubled thought. He did not want to give in, but strongly the feeling would rush upon him. Could it be true he had been lacking such a vital ingredient in his Christian life and ministry? Had he […]

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The Spreading Revival

The Spreading Revival By Fred J. Foster We have noted the beginnings of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the twentieth century. We will now take a view of it as it spreads across the country. From far and wide the curious and the hungry had come to Los Angeles, and from there they returned back home […]

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The Azusa Street Mission Revival

The Azusa Street Mission Revival By Fred J. Foster FROM HOUSTON TO LOS ANGELES It was 1906, and W. J. Seymour, a black minister, had just received an invitation to conduct a meeting in Los Angeles, California. Not realizing the significance of this appeal, he pondered the strange happenings of the past few weeks. He had been attending […]

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A Fire that Cannot Be Extinguished

A FIRE THAT CANNOT BE EXTINGUISHED By Fred J. Foster “Suddenly from heaven!” As it was at the beginning on the day of Pentecost, there was something about this phenomenal happening that could not be sidelined. It was destined to enlarge its borders, and so we shall see it, step by step, as it increased to its present […]

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The Early Years of the Latter-Day Outpouring

The Early Years of the Latter-Day Outpouring By Fred J. Foster THE TOPEKA OUTPOURING A remarkable happening in a small Bible School in Topeka, Kansas on January 1, 1901 is credited to be the lighting of the fire that has swept the world with the Pentecostal experience in this century. This school has been called “the birthplace […]

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What Meaneth This?

What Meaneth This? By Fred J. Foster Jerusalem was bustling at this particular time. People had thronged it from all over the civilized world, looking forward to this notable feast day. A strange phenomenon was taking place that day as had never happened before on any day of Pentecost. Thousands were pushing into the alleys and narrow streets around […]

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Introduction 20th Century Pentecostals

Introduction 20th Century Pentecostals By Fred J. Foster It was the great world-wide camp meeting in Los Angeles in 1913, with hundreds of preachers present from all over the Union and Canada. The occasion was a baptismal service in the pool near the big tent. Evangelist R. E. McAlister was speaking. He explained the different methods of baptism, versus […]

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