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Seven Pentecostal Pioneers.

By Colin Whittaker,

 

The powerful and challenging testimonies of Smith Wigglesworth, Stephen Jeffreys, Donald Gee, Howard Carter, Harold Horton, W.F.P. Burton and Teddy Hodgson. This is a powerful account of seven men who played their part in pioneering the Pentecostal Movement in Britain, Ireland and the world. These seven constitute a fine example of the kind of leadership which arose in the pioneering period. They have left us an overflowing treasury of truth and reliable records of faith exploits which are waiting to enrich and challenge this new generation, as well as remind the older generation of the richness of their roots. A true Christian classic.

 

OUT OF PRINT.

Sadly this great classic is out of print, but I would strongly advise all to obtain a copy second hand.

“Pentecostal Pioneers Remembered”

by Keith Malcomson.

Here is a story long untold and mostly forgotten, of faith, power and glory.

This book commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Pentecostal Movement in Great Britain & Ireland, 1907-2007. Herein is the story of the Men, the Movement, the Message and the Miracles that became known as the Pentecostal Movement. These testimonies are timeless, powerful and stirring but sadly most of these pioneers have long disappeared from the sight and remembrance of the church. This is a very simple attempt to stir up the mind of the church to remember these men and women who so impacted families, cities and nations by a life of consecrated prayer, crowned and sealed with Holy Ghost power. Amongst them you will find pastors, teachers, evangelists, prophets and apostles. Although all these pioneers were born in Britain & Ireland yet their ministries deeply affected the world. Their influence and power was amazingly greater than their birth, upbringing, number, education or financial resources. These testimonies will deeply inspire another generation to go and do likewise.

In this new book you will find detailed accounts of all the well known Pentecostal Pioneers of 100 years ago but also many unknown and lesser known characters who deserve to be remembered. This book is set to become a classic.

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Azusa Street

by Frank Bartleman.

The great Azusa Street revival of the early 1900s began in a humble, run-down mission, with its makeshift "pews" that had been fashioned from planks and empty nail kegs. From this simple setting arose a powerful move of God that swept across the country and around the world. Is it possible to experience the same kind of life-changing revival today? Discover through Frank Bartleman's eyewitness account what brought revival then and what will bring revival now. God is still looking for obedient hearts who long for His presence. Will you be a part of the coming revival?

The Real Smith Wigglsworth.

by Desmond Carwright

You've heard the stories and legends---now you can meet the genuine article! Who was this Yorkshire preacher with a message that swept hearts into weeping repentance? Who was this extraordinary individual and why was God able to use him in such an extraordinary measure? Why was this "man's man" moved so powerfully by the Holy Spirit to call down God's gentle healing touch for the sick? What was the message in his meetings and "campaigns" that fueled his belief in an end-time move of God?

These questions and many others about famed nineteenth-century evangelist Smith Wigglesworth are answered in this definitive work. With access to the fullest collection of source materials, including never-before-published letters, reports and photographs, Desmond Cartwright illustrates the lifestyle, character and ministry methods of a blunt man of God whose message was punctuated by astonishing miracles. In meticulous detail he chronicles Wigglesworth's life from his obscure beginnings to world renown.

Desmond Cartwright is the official archivist of historical documents for the Pentecostal movement in Great Britain. He is the Wigglesworth archivist, historian of the Elim Pentecostal Churches, and founding archivist of the Donald Gee Center for Pentecostal and Charismatic Research at Mattersey College. Cartwright lives in Cardiff, South Wales.

In The Steps of Smith Wigglesworth. 

by Philip Taylor

A unique illustrated companion to the life and ministry of Smith Wigglesworth. Featuring over 150 illustrations - mostly in colour - including present day and evocative period views which help recapture the atmosphere of the evangelist's era. A valuable guide to the special places where events of spiritual and historical significance occurred in the life of the great evangelist. Including eyewitness testimonies from Smith Wigglesworth and his friends, contemporary magazine reports, historic maps and a wealth of background information. A fascinating combination of testimony, photographic record and heritage trail guide. Ideal for those who wish to visit the key locations for themselves or just to enjoy an 'armchair' tour.

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Fire Beneath the Clock
by Bill Counsell


Weaving Pentecost into the fabric of Lancashire Christianity

This exciting and thoroughly-researched account of Pentecost in Central Lancashire involves many well-known names including Smith Wigglesworth, Fred Watson, Thomas Myerscough, Willie Burton and Jimmy Salter.

The dramatic account of how two Methodist businessmen experienced their own personal Pentecost and sparked a move of God in Lancashire in the early years of the 20th century. Here, in the heartland of Britain’s cotton and textile industry, a Bible school was launched, churches were planted and missionaries sent overseas. Lancashire Pentecostals went on to play an important part in the formation of both Assemblies of God and the Elim Pentecostal Church in the UK.

Into Africa
Edited by David Womersley and David Garrard


The thrilling story of William Burton and Central African Missions.                                William Burton was a man ahead of his time. Dynamic, sometimes impetuous and anxious to get the job done, the Africans called him 'The Rusher-Forth'. At one of our missionary conferences we were discussing the thorny problem of staffing for a new station at the extreme north west of our work. The heads of stations did not want to release any of their workers, all were badly needed. No one volunteered. Suddenly, 72-year-old Burton jumped to his feet. 'I'll go!' he cried to the abashed gathering, and he meant it. Ninety years ago William Burton founded a mission that grew out of obscure beginnings to be one of the most influential tools of evangelism in today's Central and Southern Congo, responsible for the establishment of more than 5,000 local churches, some of which number among the largest local churches in the nation. The Congo Evangelistic Mission or Burton's Mission, as many knew it in the early years, has gone through a number of name changes resulting from the country being renamed Zaire in 1972 and then back to Congo in 1997. Today, known as Central African Missions, the mission is active in Zambia, Ethiopia and Congo. In a day when many question the validity of mission this book will challenge believers and churches to greater involvement in the evangelisation of our world.

Cradle of Mystery

A Biography of Pastor W. Jones Williams by his Brother D.P. Williams

Pastor D.P. Williams (Founder and First President of the Apostolic Church) is the author of this biography of his brother Pastor W. Jones Williams. On 13th February 1946, ‘Pastor Dan’ went to be with the Lord and did not get to complete the work; however, the notes and diaries were left with his wife and family who subsequently completed the manuscript by 1956. For unknown reasons it was never published.

However, fifty years on, Cradle of Mystery was published and ready for the Annual Convention of the Apostolic Church in August 2006. For the first time we can share with Pastor Dan his personal thoughts and vision regarding those early Apostolic days and particularly his love and appreciation for his brother Jones Williams. The heart of these brothers was to be truly apostolic in ‘belting the globe’ with the gospel and vision of Jesus Christ. We shall honour their memory by committing the main profit from the sales of this book to the missionary work of the Apostolic Church.

To order please contact: Kingdom First Publishing, Unit 19, Ynyscedwyn Enterprise Park, Trawsffordd, Ystradgynlais, Swansea SA9 2QE, Tel: 01639 845200 / 841355, Email: peteyeo@talktalk.net

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