Azusa Street (The Centennial Edition)
April 2006 is the 100th anniversary of the worldwide revival that started in an old Methodist Church building on Azusa Street in Los Angeles, California. The event will be celebrated from April 25th through the 28th in Los Angeles by...
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April 2006 is the 100th anniversary of the worldwide revival that started in an old Methodist Church building on Azusa Street in Los Angeles, California. The event will be celebrated from April 25th through the 28th in Los Angeles by a gathering of Pentecostal and Charismatic believers from around the world. There will be two great meetings at the Coliseum and four days of powerful ministry.
AZUSA STREET has long been a cherished book in the Bridge-Logos library, and in cooperation with the Azusa Street committee, Bridge-Logos is republishing it as a collector's Centennial Edition.
April 2006 marks the 100-Year Anniversary of the Revival at Azusa Street in Los Angeles, California. The event will be marked by a worldwide gathering of Pentecostal and Charismatic believers from April 25th through the 28th in Los Angeles with two Coliseum meetings and four days of ministry to display the diversity of today's Church. Azusa Street has long been a cherished volume in the Bridge-Logos library. Now working with the Azusa Street committee, Bridge-Logos is re-publishing Azusa Street by Frank Bartleman in a collector's Centennial Edition.Azusa Street is the disarming autobiography of Frank Bartleman, an evangelist who settled near the little congregation on Azusa Street that would ignite a spark that would set the world on fire in revival. His story is one of a hardscrabble life illuminated by a simple, steadfast faith and grace. God had plans for him to be part of the revival, and because he was willing to serve, God provided miracle after miracle, which Bartleman carefully chronicled with the innocence of a trusting child and the wonder of a surprised man filled with wonder. The book will inspire and humble you.
* The "Burning Bush" of Fifth Street * The "Upper Rooms" of South Spring Street * The phenomenal growth of the early Pentecostal church * Prevailing prayer in Pasadena * Dynamic Revival in Wales, India, and Los Angeles This book will inspire and humble you. * Collector's Centennial Edition * Bartleman's unabridged manuscript. * Rare Photos. * Appendices for more information
Born in a rural Pennsylvania town, Frank Bartleman (1871-1936) grew up on his father's farm. His first job was to work the plow, though he suffered from relatively poor health all his life. He left home when he was seventeen and was converted in 1893, at the age of twenty-two, in the Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia. Bartleman's desire to preach led him to enter full-time ministry the following summer. He was ordained by the Temple Baptist Church. Although he had the opportunity to be put through college and to one day have a paying position as a pastor, he chose instead "a humble walk of