William J. Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival of 1906 in Los Angeles
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William Joseph Seymour was born in Centerville, Louisiana, on May 2, 1870. He founded the Apostolic Faith Mission at 312 Azusa Street in downtown Los Angeles, California in 1906, which was home to the Azusa Street Revival. They began having frequent worship services that continued around the clock.
His pioneering work and message influenced millions of people around the world. Today millions of Protestant Pentecostals and Charismatic groups can trace their lineage back to the Azusa Street Revival and Pastor William J. Seymour.
- Documentary on Pastor William J. Seymour and the Azusa Street Revival of 1906. Many people came to witness the Glory of God and to receive their deliverance and miracles.
Bishop William J. Seymour. Pastor of the Apostolic Faith Mission. 312 Azusa Street – Los Angeles, California. William Joseph Seymour was …
When the Holy Spirit poured out on a small church group in Los Angeles, history was unfolding right before William J. Seymour‘s eyes. Take a look at the …
In early 1906, Seymour was invited to help Julia Hutchins pastor a Holiness church in Los Angeles.
William J. Seymour: Pioneer of the Azusa Street Revival Book – Charles R. Fox
William J. Seymour was a deeply spiritual man who impressed everyone who met him. These are just some of the descriptions of Seymour, who proved to be an effective leader, writer, teacher, and revivalist. His impact continues to be felt around the world today.
Seymour’s early work has opened the door to millions of people finding the fullness of the Holy Spirit since the Azusa Street Revival, which both Life Magazine, and USA Today have listed as being one of the top – 100 – nation impacting events of the 20th century. | Learn more…