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24-7 Prayer Collection

This is a small collection of articles, flyers, and printouts concerning the history and activities of the 24-7 Prayer Movement. 24-7 Prayer is an international, interdenominational prayer, missions, and justice movement that started with a single prayer room in 1999...

 
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Apostolic Faith Mission (Portland, Oregon)

This is a small collection of manuscripts of sermons given by Florence Crawford and her son Raymond R. Crawford, prepared for the Rose City and Woodstock Campground meetings, tent meetings and church services at 6th and Burnside, from 1919 through...

 
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Bauman, Louis Sylvester: Papers on Microfiche

Bauman (1875-1950) was born into a German Baptist home in Pennsylvania; his father became a leader in the Progressive Brethren Movement in the 1880s and Bauman followed his example. He was ordained and pastored churches in Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Philadelphia,...

 
BethelChurch (Redding, Calif.): Collection

The collection consists of 80 books, 11 manuals, and 553 CDs/DVDs collected from Bethel Church in Redding, California. The church, pastored by Bill Johnson, originally belonged to the Assemblies of God but is currently a center for the New Apostolic...

 
Bredesen, Harald Collection

Harald Bredesen (1918-2006) was a Lutheran pastor and a leader in the Charismatic Renewal of the 1960’s.The collection includes books, articles, tapes, photos, news items, Prince of Peace Prize documents, awards and audio and video recordings....

 
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Clemmer collection of Emily Chubbuck Judson papers

Myrtle Clemmer wrote on missions topics for the Presbyterian Church USA. The materials in this collection were gathered by her for the purpose of writing a more complete biography of Emily Chubbuck Judson for the series United States Authors: a...

 
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Dependency Among Mission-established Institutions

. Lancaster, Pa.: World Mission Associates, 1996: VHS Video recording - 4 videocassettes (480 min) + 1 study guide. In this recoding a former missionary to central Africa,Glenn J Schwartz., discusses the issue of the dependency of mission-established churches upon...

 
Dixon, Amzi Clarence: Archival Collection on Microfiche

A. C. Dixon (1854-1925) was born in North Carolina and was graduated from Wake Forest College (1875). He pastored in North Carolina and Baltimore, MD, where he established a reputation as a Bible teacher and preacher. He became a popular...

 
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Edwards, Morgan: Sermons

The Morgan Edward Sermons collection consists of 1,549 pages of photos of the original manuscripts of Reverend Edward’s sermons taken in the Crozer Rare Book Collection at Central Seminary in Plymouth, Minnesota. They are organized in 4 binders, the fourth...

 
Ewart, Lorraine: Collection

Loraine Ewart was the secretary and support for Jean Stone and Rick Willans during their ministry in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. The Willans newsletter was distributed by Loraine who also maintained a personal correspondence with both Jean and her...

 
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Florida Hurricane Collection

The Hurricane collection includes 16 photos of the Fort Lauderdale, Florida hurricane damage. The photos are marked D. Weaver & San Sui III (name of boat). The collection also includes letters of R.M. Munroe to the Weavers 1917-1925; one letter...

 
Fry Manuscript

The Fry Manuscript is a collection of writings from the life of Benjamin Wills Newton (12 December 1807 - 26 June 1899) with emphasis on the Plymouth Brethren in the 19th century. From the Christian Brethren Archive at John Rylands...

 
Fuller Theological Seminary Board of Trustees

In 1947 Charles E. Fuller and Harold John Ockenga co-founded Fuller Theological Seminary with the help of three founding Board of Trustees members, Herbert Taylor of Chicago, Arnold Grunigen Jr. of San Francisco, and R.C. Logefeil, M.D in Minneapolis. In...

 
Fuller Theological Seminary Extension Site Records

Records of Fuller Theological Seminary Extension Sites, now called Regional campuses: development, curriculum, Trustees' visits, information and personnel from 1972 to 2008. Regional campuses included are California Coast, Northern California -Menlo Park, Colorado, Southwest (Phoenix), Northern California - Sacramento, and...

 
Fuller Theological Seminary, Office of the Vice President of Finance

These records of the office of the Vice President of finance of Fuller Theological Seminary include seminary Audit Reports from1959-2009, records of Master planning meetings, David Allan Hubbard library construction meetings and financial records, Chang Commons development records, financial records...

 
Fuller Theological Seminary Oral History Project

This project, undertaken by Provost Sherwood Lingenfelter, is working to insure that the memories, voices and images of persons within the Fuller Theological Seminary community are recorded. The oral history interviews are recorded in digital format on 8 CD’s. The...

 
Fundamentals

edited by A. C. Dixon and later by Reuben Archer Torrey is a set of 90 essays in 12 volumes published from 1910 to 1915 by the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. They were designed to affirm orthodox Protestant...

 
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Hadden, Robert A. Collection

The collection began with a scrapbook full of cutout Bible studies from , many from the New Testament course offered by Hadden in each issue, but also including many of its “Questions and Answers” section initialed H.N.B. The scrapbook also...

 
Havergal, Frances Ridley

Frances Ridley Havergal(December 14, 1836 – June 3, 1879) was an English religious poet and hymn writer. is one of her best known hymns. She also wrote hymn melodies, religious tracts, and works for children. This is a collection of...

 
Hays, Lawrence Brooks: Papers

Papers of U.S. Congressman Brooks Hays are held in several repositories including the JFK Library in Boston, the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, the Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives in Nashville, the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., Rutgers...

 
Hollenweger, Walter Jacob

Photocopies of published articles by Hollenweger...

 
Holy Ghost People

A report of the religious fervor of a small Pentecostal congregation in West Virginia whose fundamentalist philosophy encourages the biblical teaching of speaking in tongues and handling serpents....

 
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Illustrated Bibles

Two Illustrated Bibles...

 
International House of Prayer and Mike Bickle

On May 7, 1999, the International House of Prayer (IHOP) of Kansas City was founded by Mike Bickle and twenty full-time “intercessory missionaries.” It is an evangelical missions organization that is committed to prayer. The collection consists of books, manuals,...

 
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Jacobson, Byron

Byron Jacobson served as a pastor in the Oregon Conference of the Free Methodist Church of North America and organized the Institute for Wesley Research. As part of the Institute, he maintained a significant library. This library has been given...

 
Jesus People Collection

The Jesus movement was a movement in Christianity beginning on the West Coast of the United States in the late 1960's and spreading primarily through North America and Europe, before dying out by the early 1980's. It was the major...

 
Jewett, Paul King Occasional Bulletins

The Occasional Bulletins are Paul K. Jewett’s Systematic Theology course syllabi which include theological essays on the following topics: Doctrine of God; Doctrine of Scripture; Doctrine of Humankind; Doctrine of Salvation; The Person of Christ; The Holy Spirit; Doctrine of...

 
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Kennedy, Fred Conoway Collection

The collection documents the education and career of Fred C. Kennedy, It is a summary record of the life of a Nazarene student who became a Presbyterian pastor and a Junior High teacher and the personal and cultural struggles he...

 
Kerr, Jack and Anna: Collection

Jack and Anna Kerr are longtime pillars of the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Jack first attended as a boy when his family moved to Hancock Park in the 1930’s. Stuart MacLennan was pastor then and highly recommended to the...

 
Kraft, Charles: Papers

The early career of Charles H. Kraft, a member of Fuller’s faculty since 1969, focused on anthropology and communication. After he became involved with the Signs and Wonders course at Fuller taught by John Wimber, Kraft experienced a shift in...

 
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Lingenfelter, Sherwood Collection

Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter is an anthropologist, professor of anthropology, and College and Seminary Administrator. The collection includes 4 linear feet of Yap (Yap Islands of Micronesia) research notes and documents as well as 12 linear feet of Fuller Theological Seminary...

 
Los Angeles Black Church Oral History

An oral history project undertaken in 2000 by Pastor Rik L. Stevenson, this collection consists of three VHS recordings, and eight transcriptions of interviews with a total of nine black ministers from eight Los Angeles Churches. The interviews are on...

 
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MacMaster, Robert E. Collection

Robert E. MacMaster was a prominent historian of Russian History and Literature. His major work, “Danilevsky: A Russian Totalitarian Philosopher,” is the only full-scale biography on the controversial, yet very significant Russian philosopher of the 19th century. The collection contains...

 
McGavran, Donald  –  Moishe Rosen Correspondence 1980-1990

Correspondence between the Dean of the School of World Mission of Fuller Theological Seminary, Donald McGavran and the founder of Jews for Jesus, Moishe Rosen....

 
McGavran, Donald Anderson: Papers on Microfilm

Donald McGavran was the founder of the Church Growth Institute which he established at Northwest Christian College in 1961. In 1965 he and his Institute moved to Fuller Seminary where he became founding Dean of the School of World Mission....

 
McPherson, Aimee Semple: Scrapbook

The Collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Alice Gage, full of clippings from magazines and newspapers on the celebrated comings and goings of Sister Aimee, as well as collected ephemera such as a postcard and a photo signed by...

 
Mickelson

Paul Mickelson began his outstanding career in the Christian music field playing the organ at Angelus Temple in Los Angeles, CA. In 1950, he joined the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and traveled throughout the world as its organist for the...

 
Minutes of the Evangelical Lutheran School Association of Los Angeles

Log book of the Meeting Minutes of the Evangelical Lutheran School Association of Los Angeles from 16 April, 1913 to 14 December, 1914. A dozen handwritten notes are inserted between blank pages of the Journal, some dated in 1916. Meetings...

 
Missionary Rest Colony, Glendale

In 2005 Donald Cram attempted to save the Missionary Rest Colony, Mission Road, Glendale, CA. from demolition. This collection includes the Los Angeles Times article which told the story; photocopies of the documents Donald Cram and David Bundy gathered in...

 
Monastery of the Risen Christ: Collection

The Monastery of the Risen Christ is a Benedictine Monastery started as a mission from Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery, Pecos, NM, in 1987, by Fr. Ray Roh, O.S.B. Both communities have participated in the Catholic Charismatic renewal. In 1992,...

 
Montgomery, John Warwick: Papers on Microfiche

The papers of apologist and theological bibliographer Dr. John Warwick Montgomery are housed in the archives of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. These have been microfilmed by James Lutzweiler, Archivist. At present the collection consists of 602 fiche....

 
MorningStar (Fort Mill, South Carolina)

MorningStar Ministries was founded by Rick Joyner and his wife Julie and 1985. The ministry  is currently a center for the River church movement. The ministry is located on the old Heritage USA property built by Jim and Tammy Faye...

 
Mullins, Edgar Young: Papers on Microfiche

Mullins (1860-1928) served as Professor of Theology and then President at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. This massive collection of 2044 microfiche preserves his papers. A theological moderate, author of (1908), (1912) and (1917) he led the Southern Baptists to adopt...

 
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Oberlin '57 Faith & Order Meeting

Photocopies of the preparation documents and documents produced at the 1957 Faith & Order Meeting at Oberlin, Ohio on the theme of "The Nature of the Unity We Seek." The collection includes an invitation and promo CD for the 50...

 
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Pasadena City Church Postcard

Postcard of the Pasadena City Church, 42 N. Raymond, corner of Union, Pasadena, California. Photo of the Church with inset photo of D.V. Johnstone, Minister. Description on back: Pasadena City Church: - Not a stately edifice, but a veritable Christian...

 
Pederson, Duane, Jesus People International, and Hollywood Free Paper Collection

Duane Pederson, Jesus People International, and the Hollywood Free Paper had a significant role in the development of the Jesus People Movement beginning in the late 1960s. The diversity of materials in the collection attests to Pederson’s range of ministry...

 
Pohorlak, Frank Neil

Dr. Frank Neil Pohorlak was a student of the Bible and a Bible teacher. He was associated with the Unsearchable Riches/Concordant Press dispensationalists founded by Adolf Ernest Knoch and Vladimir Gelesnoff, and was an enthusiastic proponent of Knoch’s literal translation...

 
Pressler, Paul: Papers on Microfiche

This is the 2,099 microfiches version of a collection held by Southeastern Baptist Seminary. Jurist and active layman, Paul Pressler was instrumental, alongside Paige Patterson, in the recent reform movement within the Southern Baptist Convention. His book , 1999, is...

 
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Ralph Rath Collection

The collection is his gift to the David du Plessis Center and includes his essays, “I Remember Du Plessis” and “Memories of a Charismatic Journalist” as well as a selection of Ralph Rath’s articles and booklets. Also included are Conference...

 
Ramabai, Pandita  microfiche and film

Ramabai Dongre Medhavi, known as Pandita Ramabai (1858-1922), was an Indian evangelist, social reformer, Bible translator and theologian. She developed Mukti, an orphanage and center of refuge for women. In 1905, a Pentecostal style revival took place at Mukti, influenced...

 
Rice, John R. Microfiche

John R. Rice (1895-1980) was a noted pastor, evangelist, author and publisher. He was a key leader in the second generation of Fundamentalism, a critic of the RSV, Billy Graham and the New Evangelicals of Fuller Theological Seminary. His ministry...

 
Roberts, William J. Collection

Dr. William J. Roberts (1952-2004) began his radio ministry at KFWB, Hollywood, California in 1935.  In 1945 he initiated the Dr. Roberts and family broadcast, “Family Bible Hour,” broadcast by KGER, Long Beach, California.  In 1960 Dr. Roberts joined the...

 
Robertson, A.T.

Born in Chatham, Virginia, during the time of the Civil War, Archibald Thomas Robertson (1863-1934) grew up on the small farm in Statesville, North Carolina, purchased by his family after the war. He was baptized in 1876 in the Baptist...

 
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Sampey, John Richard: Papers on Microfiche

Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, and then President at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Sampey was a founder of the Baptist World Alliance and a veteran of forty-six years on the International Sunday School Lesson Committee. Sampey was author of...

 
Smith, Olive Bertha: Papers on Microfiche

The Olive Bertha Smith Collection consists of 433 folders documenting Smith's career as a Southern Baptist foreign missionary to China and Taiwan and later as the founder and director of the Peniel Prayer Center near her home of Cowpens, South...

 
Sr. Claire, SMMI: Biblical Posters

This is a collection of Biblical Posters done in an Indian style, the work of Sister Claire, SMMI, a pioneer in Indian Christian art. The collection contains prints marked Series 1, 1-140, printed in Bangalore: N.B.C.L.C. In addition to the...

 
Stewart, James Sermons on CD

One of the greatest English-speaking preachers of the twentieth century, Evangelical Scottish Presbyterian James Stewart (1896-1990) was a minister of the Church of Scotland. He taught New Testament Language, Literature and Theology at the University of Edinburgh (New College). He...

 
Stewart,  Lyman: Archival Collection on Microfiche

The founder and longtime president of Union Oil Company, this Presbyterian layperson supported a variety of conservative and revivalist ministries in California and beyond. In Los Angeles Stewart (1840-1923) developed a Bible publishing business, supported ministries to immigrant Chinese workers...

 
Student Volunteer Movement Microfiche

The Student Volunteer Movement Papers consist of 673 archival boxes, approximately 285 linear feet. The collection is housed in the archives of Yale University Library, Divinity Library Collections. These papers are in the process of being microfilmed. This collection contains...

 
Sunday, Billy (William Ashley): Papers on Microfiche

Billy Sunday (1862-1935) was a professional baseball player before his conversion at the Pacific Garden Rescue Mission and subsequent career as an evangelist. Renowned or his theatrical antics on the platform and his organizational abilities, Sunday contributed significantly to the...

 
Systematic Theology Congress CollectionSystematic

Under the leadership of James William McClendon (1924-2000) a Congress on Systematic Theology was held at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1993. The collection consists of two boxes of papers related to the Lilly grant which made this Congress possible, as...

 
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Temple of the People Collection

The Temple of the People was founded in Syracuse, NY in 1898 by Francia A. La Due and William H. Dower. It is a continuation of the Theosophical teachings of Madame H.P. Blavatsky, a work carried on by William Quan...

 
Topping, William Hill, Diariess

William Hill Topping was born in 1885 in Maberley, Ontario, Canada. Mr. Topping arrived in Foochow, China in November 1911 supported by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. He served there from 1911-1947 in various capacities including teacher,...

 
Troyer, William L. Diaries

A resident of Pasadena, California, William L. Troyer (1863 – 1955) was an itinerant preacher for the Pilgrim Holiness Church, a Los Angeles prison chaplain, Bible class teacher, and a handyman for members of his congregation and neighbors. He kept...

 
Truett, George Washington Truett: Papers on Microfiche

George Washington Truett (1867-1944), Southern Baptist pastor and fund raiser in Texas, was ordained in 1890. He served as financial agent to Baylor University; he later enrolled and was graduated with a B.A. (1897). He pastored East Waco Baptist Church...

 
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Venn, Henry: Collection

This collection consists of thirteen bound volumes of Church Missionary Society correspondence by Clerical Secretary Henry Venn, from 1835 to 1873, including Indexes; and photocopies of the Collected Writings of Henry Venn in nine bound volumes....

 
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Wagner, Betty Ann: Wayfarers Ministry Newsletters

Wayfarers Ministry was founded in 1979 by Betty Ann Wagner. This is a collection of her newsletters, called Wayfarers Ministy newsletter, or , 1982-2009....

 
Walls, Andrew F.  Audio Tapes

The conferences given by Andrew F. Walls, recorded live at Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut Oct 23-27, 2000. The title of the conference is...

 
Washington, James Melvin: Papers

James Washington (1948-1997) received his B.A. from the University of Tennessee, Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and his M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Yale University (1979). The title of his dissertation is. An ordained Baptist minister, he served...

 
Wayland, Francis:

Francis Wayland was a Baptist clergyman and the pastor of First Baptist Church, Boston from 1821-1826. In 1825 he participated in the founding of Newton Theological Institution (became Andover Newton), for the training of pastors for American Baptist Churches. He...

 
World Conference on Faith and Order, 1910-1949: Papers on Microfilm Minutes and Correspondence

The Minutes of Faith and Order Meetings held between 1910 and 1949, as well as the Correspondence files of Robert Hallowell Gardiner and Ralph W. Brown are preserved in this collection of eleven reels of microfilm....

 
Worldwide Church of God Collection

Brenda Denzler was a member of the Worldwide Church of God. She was among those who began to question both doctrine and leadership and was in correspondence with others of a like mind. The collection documents her own journey and...