Pentecostal congregations are among the fastest-growing churches in the world, but modern-day Pentecostalism had an inconspicuous start.
It began in a church on Azusa Street in Los Angeles in 1906, spawning the Pentecostal Movement. The first section is a pictorial history of many of the events and people who have been a part of the Pentecostal/Charismatic world. The Azusa Street Centennial will:
- Chronicle Pentecostalism’s growth, highlighting the events and people who have been a part of this movement
- Look back at the Healing Revival and the Latter Rain Revival
- Document the rise of the Charismatic Movement, highlighting important developments through the final decades of the twentieth century
- Clearly outline the difference between Charismatic and Pentecostal churches
Destined to be a collector’s item, this book is the definitive resource for a historical, pictorial, and chronological record of the Azusa Street Revival.
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