The Azusa Street Revival: 100 Years of Pentecostal Power and Passion
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Interview with Thomas E. Trask
The Azusa Street Revival: Celebrating The Past, Anticipating The Future
God will continue to have a Spirit-filled people and a Spirit-filled church. The question is: do we want to be that church? Hear the heart of this great Pentecostal leader as he reflects on where we have been, where we are, and where we need to be.
“Signs” And The Azusa Revival
By Daniel Woods
Multiple signs in the years prior to 1906 pointed to the nearness of a monumental outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Were these signs another prelude to the final move of God, or was this just its beginning?
By Cecil M. Robeck, Jr.
In the past 100 years, little new and useful material has been referenced regarding the Azusa Street Revival. As a result, our knowledge of the depth and impact of the revival has been limited — that is until now.
By Leonard Lovett
What can today’s church leaders learn from the life and legacy of William Joseph Seymour, one of the most significant progenitors of modern Pentecostalism?
The Gracious Theology Of William J. Seymour And The Azusa Street Mission
By Douglas Jacobsen
Azusa’s theology was neither particularly speculative nor was it especially informed by the longer history of the church. Rather, the theological reflection of W. J. Seymour became necessary, whether it was desired or not.
God Makes No Differences In Nationality: The Fashioning Of A New Racial/Nonracial Identity At The Azusa Street Revival
By David D. Daniels, III
Within the racial context of its era, the Azusa Street revival broke with the dominant racial arrangement. Within the world of the color line or a world fractured by the color line, a new racial identity was fashioned.
By Harold D. Hunter
How has the teaching of initial evidence Spirit baptism spread by the Azusa Street revival changed North American Christianity?
Portrait Of A Generation: Azusa Street Comes To Chicago
By Edith Blumhofer
A portrait of Chicago’s early Pentecostals reminds one that Azusa Street’s impact on ordinary people who never visited Los Angeles was at least as important as its influence on those who did.
“Laying A Straw In Her Way”; Women In Pentecostalism
By Susie Stanley
Trace the theology that guided early Pentecostals in the expansion or restriction of the use of women’s gifts in various avenues of ministry.
“The Holy Ghost Is Here On Earth”; The Latino Contributions To The Azusa Street Revival
By Gaston Espinósa
Latino involvement in the Azusa Street revival has long been overshadowed by an emphasis on the black and white origins of the revival — until now.
By George O. Wood
What made Azusa such a powerful revival? What can we learn from it? How should the outflow from Azusa affect this generation at the onset of the 21st century?
By Vinson Synan
The worldwide Pentecostal movement is the recipient of many lasting, influential, and far-reaching legacies of the Azusa Street Revival.
Charismatic Renewal On The Church History Imax
By Gary B. McGee
A brief projection of the history of the charismatic renewal on the giant IMAX screen of church history will help determine its significance and that of other renewal/revival movements in the long pilgrimage of the people of God.
By Allan Anderson
The unprecedented influence of early 20th-century revival movements lead early Pentecostals to see the world as their parish, the space into which they were to expand.
Azusa Street Eyewitness Accounts
Read additional eyewitness accounts of the Azusa Street Revival. Also included is a rare, unpublished interview with Arthur G. Osterburg and his reflections on the revival that shook the world.
The Beginning Story of Azusa Street
A previously unpublished memoir of Arthur G. Osterburg's reflections on the Azusa Street Revival.
By Gary R. Allen
By Wayne Warner
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