Elizabeth V. Baker’s Pentecostal ministry inspired this tribute poem from “one of her flock.” Although the Pentecostal movement did not appear until late in her ministry, herself experiencing her Pentecostal baptism only a few years [More]
A timeline of events before and after the appearance of the Pentecostal movement starting in 1867 with the formation of the National Holiness Association, the Pentecostal birth events at Topeka, Kansas, and Azusa Street in [More]
A discussion of key leaders of the Pentecostal movement of the early 20th century, including John Alexander Dowie, A.B. Simpson, Charles Parham and William Seymour. The Pentecostal movement is by far the largest and most [More]
Pentecostalism or Classical Pentecostalism is a renewal movement[1] within Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of God through the baptism with the Holy Spirit. The term Pentecostal is derived from Pentecost, [More]
Quick Facts on the Pentecostal movement around the world, part of an online conversations on faith website, containing a library of theological definitions
An article from the New York Times on the web, part of a series of articles on “How Race is Lived in America,” published June 4, 2000.