Azusa Street Participant George Studd: Seven Characteristics of Early Pentecostals — Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

This Week in AG History — August 11, 1945 By Ruthie Edgerly ObergOriginally published on AG News, 13 August 2020 When the Pentecostal movement began to take root at the Azusa Street Mission in 1906 under the leadership of William J. Seymour, there were other missions springing up in Los Angeles that joined with what […]

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