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The Life of Andrew David Urshan

The Life of Andrew David Urshan written by J.L. Hall Andrew David Urshan’s decision to visit his father’s home in Urmia, Persia, led to the first Pentecostal revival in Russia and to the founding of the Jesus Name movement in that nation. Andrew Urshan’s Early Ministry Born on May 17, 1884, in the village of Abajaloo, […]

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The Reason for the Rise of the Pentecostal Movement

The Reason for the Rise of the Pentecostal Movement Thomas F. Zimmerman Late in 1969, Jessyca Russell Gaver received a clipping from the September 6, 1969, edition of the New York Times sent by her publisher, Arnold Abramson. The headline read, “Pentecostal Movement Finding New Adherents.” Abramson wanted Mrs. Gaver to write a book about […]

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Oneness Pentecostal Origins by David Reed

                ONENESS PENTECOSTAL ORIGINS   by  David Reed  In the history of our world many new movements have been born In the womb of expectancy. The worldwide Pentecostal Camp meeting set in Los Angeles April 15, 1913 was no expectation. It had been advertised for months and the crowds were overwhelming. A well known powerful Evangelist […]

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