Remembering the Legacy of Bishop Charles Harrison Mason

American Holiness–Pentecostal pastorThe Church of God in Christ (COGIC) was formed in 1897 by Bishop Charles Harrison Mason in a wooden structure in Lexington, Mississippi. He was seeking to unify African Americans who had been divided; he established and preached a message of hope and holiness among the people.

The Impact of the Assemblies of God

The Impact of the Assemblies of GodThe Assemblies of God (AG) is a worldwide Pentecostal denomination with a long and interesting history. Founded in 1914 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the AG has grown to become the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world, with over 67 million adherents in over 300,000 churches in more than 200 countries.

The Founding of the Church of God

The Founding of the Church of God The first official Pentecostal service in the Church of God occurred on May 9th, 1886, in a little building in a small town in Monroe County, Tennessee.

Miracles of Maria Woodworth-Etter: Healing and Spiritual Renewal in the Early 20th Century

Miracles of Maria Woodworth-EtterIn a time when many women could not freely exercise their faith, Maria Woodworth-Etter boldly stepped forward to bring the miraculous power of the Holy Spirit to the world. Maria Woodworth-Etter (1844–1924) was a pioneering Pentecostal leader who powerfully impacted the religious landscape of America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Legacy of Charles Parham: A Founding Father of Pentecostalism

The Legacy of Charles ParhamHave you ever wondered how the Pentecostal movement began? Charles Parham was a key figure in the early history of Pentecostalism, introducing the concept of speaking in tongues and helping to spread the message to the world.







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