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Digital Collections


The Apostolic Faith
The Apostolic Faith (1906-1908)
Apostolic Faith Mission (Azusa Street, Los Angeles, California)

The Apostolic Faith reported on the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles and the emerging Pentecostal movement.


Assemblies of God Heritage

Assemblies of God Heritage (1981-2010)
Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

Assemblies of God Heritage shares the stories of the pioneers, churches, and innovative ministries that have shaped who the Assemblies of God is today.


Assemblies of God Ministers Letter
Assemblies of God Ministers Letter (1940-1969)
The General Council of the Assemblies of God

Assemblies of God Ministers Letter, a quarterly newsletter to ministers, published the Fellowship's positions on important issues, names added to and removed from the ministerial roster, and other news.


Assemblies of God Minutes, Constitution and Bylaws (1914-2007)
The General Council of the Assemblies of God

Minutes, Constitution and By-Laws of the Assemblies of God USA.


Bridal Call

Bridal Call (1917-1923)
Echo Park Evangelistic Association

Bridal Call was the first magazine edited by Aimee Semple McPherson. It was a monthly magazine which contained sermons and news of her ministry.


Bridal Call Crusader Foursquare
Bridal Call Crusader Foursquare (1934-1935)
Echo Park Evangelistic Association

Bridal Call Crusader Foursquare was a weekly magazine reporting the news of Foursquare’s work nationally and internationally.


Bridal Call Foursquare

Bridal Call Foursquare (1923-1934)
Echo Park Evangelistic Association

Bridal Call Foursquare was a monthly magazine which focused on evangelistic articles with a goal to "reach everyone."


Bridegroom's Messenger

Bridegroom's Messenger (1907-1996)
International Pentecostal Church of Christ

Bridegroom's Messenger was a prominent early Pentecostal periodical first published in Atlanta, Georgia in 1907 by evangelist G. B. Cashwell. Early contributing editors included leaders of what would become the Church of God (Cleveland, TN), the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, and the Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church. It successively served as the official organ of the Association of Pentecostal Assemblies (1924-1936), the International Pentecostal Assemblies (1936-1974), the International Pentecostal Assemblies and the Pentecostal Church of Christ (1974-1976); and the International Pentecostal Church of Christ (1976-1996).


Church of of God Evangel
Church of God Evangel (1910-1950)
Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)

The Church of God Evangel began in 1910 as The Evening Light and Church of God Evangel, but the title was shorted to The Church of God Evangel in 1911. Since its beginning it has served as the primary voice of the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee). Issues include theological, biblical and historical articles.

(1910-1950)

Church of God in Christ (White) Ministerial Roster
Church of God in Christ (white) Ministerial Rosters (1912-1914)

Lists (1912-1914) of ministers affiliated with the Church of God in Christ (white), the loosely-organized group that contributed to the formation of the Assemblies of God in 1914.


Confidence (1908-1926)
A. A. Boddy, ed.

Confidence was an early British Pentecostal periodical edited by A. A. Boddy, an Anglican rector who was baptized in the Spirit in 1907. Confidence records sermons and reports given at the conferences and revivals held at Boddy's parish, as well as Pentecostal news from around the world.


Congregational Holiness Church Discipline
Congregational Holiness Church, Inc.

Articles of Faith (including doctrine and polity) of the Congregational Holiness Church.


Congregational Holiness Church Minutes
Congregational Holiness Church, Inc.

Minutes of the Congregational Holiness Church.


El Evangelio Pentecostal (1972-1992)
Leroy and Elaine Atwood, editors

El Evangelio Pentecostal, a widely-circulated Spanish-language magazine, was published by Assemblies of God missionaries Leroy and Elaine Atwood of New Braunfels, Texas, from 1972 to 1992.


The FaithfulStandard
The Faithful Standard (1922)
Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)

As general overseer of the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee), A.J. Tomlinson published The Faithful Standard as a for-profit magazine-style monthly periodical. Much of the content was put together by his son Homer and included news from around the world.


Foursquare Crusader
Foursquare Crusader (1926-1934; 1935-1944)
Echo Park Evangelistic Association

Foursquare Crusader was a weekly newspaper focusing on news and events of Angelus Temple, but also printing articles submitted by and describing news of Foursquare branch churches, Foursquare ministers, and L.I.F.E. Bible College.


Foursquare Magazine
Foursquare Magazine (1944-1964)
The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel

Foursquare Magazine was published monthly and focused on sermons and feature articles written by Foursquare authors.


The International Pentecostal Holiness Advocate
The International Pentecostal Holiness Advocate (1917-1921)
International Pentecostal Holiness Church

This collection contains the official publication of the Pentecostal Holiness Church dating from 1917-1921. It includes a history of the Pentecostal Holiness Church by G.F. Taylor and a history of the Fire-Baptized Holiness Church by J.H. King among other treasures.


La Luz Apostolica (1916-1973)
Latin American District Council of the Assemblies of God

La Luz Apostolica, edited by H. C. Ball, was the most significant early Assemblies of God periodical for Spanish-speakers in the United States.


Latter Rain Evangel (1908-1939)
Stone Church (Chicago, IL)

Latter Rain Evangel, an early Pentecostal periodical published by the Stone Church in Chicago, enjoyed wide distribution in the United States and around the world. The church played a critical role in the development of the Pentecostal movement by hosting numerous conferences and through its publications. Many sermons from these conferences were published in the Latter Rain Evangel.


The Pentecost (1908-1910)
Indianapolis and Kansas City

The Pentecost, the predecessor of Grace and Glory magazine, claimed J. Roswell Flower and A. S. Copley among its early editors.


Pentecostal Evangel (1913-2002)
The General Council of the Assemblies of God

The Pentecostal Evangel, the weekly magazine of the Assemblies of God USA, has been one of the most prominent Pentecostal periodicals in the world. Particularly in its earlier decades, the magazine was a rich source of theological essays, news articles, missionary letters, and revival reports. The Pentecostal Evangel is one of the essential primary sources for the study of the Assemblies of God and the broader Pentecostal movement.


Pentecostal Herald (1915-1923)
Pentecostal Church of God

The Pentecostal Herald, founded in 1915 by Chicago Pentecostal leader George Brinkman, in 1919 became the official newspaper of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the U.S.A. (renamed Pentecostal Church of God in 1922).


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The Pentecostal Testimony (1909-1912)
William H. Durham, ed.

The Pentecostal Testimony, published by William H. Durham, was an important early Pentecostal periodical. Durham was best known for promoting a "finished work" view of sanctification, which rejected the Wesleyan idea that one can instantaneously experience "entire sanctification" (Christian perfection). Durham served as pastor of the influential North Avenue Mission in Chicago from 1901 until 1911, when he moved to Los Angeles. The Pentecostal Testimony, published on an irregular basis, included theological articles by Durham, as well as Pentecostal news from around the world. Durham died in 1912.


Refleks (2002-2009)
Refleks Publishing (Oslo, Norway)

Refleks is a journal dedicated to the study of the Holiness Movement, Pentecostalism and neo-Pentecostalism.


Samson's Foxes
Samson's Foxes (1901-1902)
A.J. Tomlinson, Editor

Quaker turned mountain missionary, A.J. Tomlinson published Samson’s Foxes to promote his holiness ministry in Culberson, North Carolina, "in the interest of the 'Hundred Fold' Gospel and the speedy evangelization of the mountain districts of North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and the world."


The Way
The Way (1904-1905)
A.J. Tomlinson and M.S. Lemons, Editors

As ministers of "The Holiness Church," which later changed its name to the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee), A.J. Tomlinson and M.S. Lemons published The Way for "the spread of the simple gospel of Jesus in its fullness, without making a specialty or 'hobby' of any one of His doctrines."


Word and Witness (1912-1915)
Church of God in Christ (white)

Word and Witness, published by E. N. Bell, served as the primary periodical of the Church of God in Christ (white). In 1914, the magazine became one of two official organs of the Assemblies of God.


Wort und Zeugnis (1920-1939)
Word and Witness Publishing House (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Wort und Zeugnis, published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was associated with the Russian and Eastern European Mission and the German Branch of the Assemblies of God. The periodical networked German-speaking Pentecostals across the United States, Europe, and the German diaspora.p>