Healing and Revival


 

References for Charles F. Parham

 

Beth-El Healing Home

Corner of Fourth and Jackson Streets, Topeka, Kansas (from the Kansas State Historical Society)

 

Articles
Famous Galena Healing Meeting 190
Healing of Mary Arthur

 

Google Books
Fields White Unto Harvest: Charles F. Parham and the Missionary Origins of Pentecostalism By James R. Goff

 

Articles
A Pentecostal Branch Grows In Dowie's Zion - The Parham Invasion
Tongues the Bible Evidence: The Revival legacy of Charles F. Parham by Gary B. McGee
Charles F. Parham and His Role in the Development of the Pentecostal Movement: A Reevaluation
God's Generals - Charles F. Parham

 

Meeting Flyer
Undated Meeting Poster - Notice the Unusual Spelling at the Bottom

 

Tracts
Unity - Written in 1902

 

Burial Place

Baxter Springs, Kansas Cemetery

2500 West Highway 166
Baxter Springs
Cherokee County, Kansas 66713

Find A Grave Link

His marker is shaped like a pulpit. This was added sometime after his death, as friends were afraid his grave would be harmed by detractors. The top of the pulpit has a bible with the inscription John 15:13 which refers to the following scripture "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" (KJV) The actual flat marker simply lists "Father" and "Mother" for Parham and his wife.

 

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