We continue our work on Dr. Charles Cullis. We’ve added a description of Intervale Park Camp-meeting Center in North Conway, New Hampshire. We’ve also added a description of a Cullis visit to Boydton Academy in Virginia, a school for African-Americans opened in the 1870s which was paid for and supported by his ministry. We’ve gotten a copy of Cullis’ “Tuesday Morning Talks” which are short sermons he gave at his weekly “Consecration Meetings”. We will review those and post some of those articles as well.
January 31, 2006
January 29, 2006
The massive job of uploading approximately 400 pages of Cullis’ Reports has been completed. They cover the years of 1864-1869. About 5% of the pages have scan problems. We will attempt to fix them as time permits.
January 23, 2006
We have added links to articles, in the reference sections under their biographies, for the following people: Elizabeth Baxter, Phoebe Palmer, Asa Mahan, R. Kelso Carter, and Charles Cullis. We continue to work on the Consumptive’s Home Reports for Cullis and are adding parts as time allows.
January 20, 2006
We tracked down a publication from around 1950 by Lorne Fox called Visions of Heaven, Hell, and the Cross. It has been uploaded and you can read a copy of it on the reference page under the biography of Lorne Fox. The book was an evangelistic tool describing the choice between following Jesus and going to hell.
January 19, 2006
We’ve uploaded the 1888 Christian and Missionary Alliance Yearbook Pages which cover the C&MA Divine Healing homes in operatioin at that time. We’ve made links from the Faith Homes List to the Yearbook page which lists them. We also added a link for J. W. Byers Healing Home in Oakland California to a page from his 1896 Tidings of Healing Magazine where he describes the Home and how it works.
January 16, 2006
When Charles Cullis began his journey in “Faith Work” he opened a Home for Consumptives in 1864. He went on to open another Consumptive Home, an orphanage, a deaconsess home, a chapel, a cancer home, a spinal home, and a Faith Mission in India. That was all before he saw his first healing in 1870. We have gotten a copy of his cumulative report published in 1869. If you like reading about George Mueller you will like reading this report! Every day was a journey in the faithfulness of God to provide through prayer. This is a long report. We have posted Part 1 in the reference section under Charles Cullis’ biography. We will be adding more over the next couple of weeks.
January 14, 2006
We’ve come across a helpful book “A History of the Charismatic Movements in New Zealand” by Rev. J. E. Worsfold. This covers both Divine Healing and Pentecostal influences in New Zealand. This gave us a chance to update the New Zealand Wells of Revival page to include several meetings not previously listed. We’re also committed to adding the biographies of some healing evangelists not known before this including: A. H. Dallimore and the Revival Fire Mission, T. W. Ratana the Maori healer, and Dr. Mina Ross Brawner a woman healed under Aimee Semple McPherson who developed her own ministry under the Open Bible Church.
January 12, 2006
We’ve added a biography for A. H. Dallimore. This is one of the sad healing biographies. We have not found a photograph yet but will keep trying. Dallimore was healed under Charles S. Price and moved to New Zealand where he founded the Revival Fire Mission. He had a remarkable ministry but got diverted and ended up in delusion. Does anyone know of where we could locate a photgraph?
January 6, 2006
We’ve just updated Charles Cullis’ biography as we’ve reveiwed W. E. Boardman’s book about Cullis titled “Faith Works” from 1874. The biography is about twice as long as it was. We’ve also added Wells of Revival listings in Massachusetts for Cullis because we located one of the Grove Hall sites and a few other places as well. We will be adding other Cullis items soon.
January 1, 2006
We’ve found a site that has the entire text of the “Ministry of Healing” and “The Ministry of the Spirit” by A.J. Gordon. We have made links to these pages from the reference section under A. J. Gordon’s biography page on the Healing and Revival web site.