Searching the Source of the River

Searching the Source of the River tells the stories of ordinary women who played key roles at the beginning of the Pentecostal Revival in Britain (1907-1914).

As an extraordinary move of the spirit erupted worldwide, in Britain, as in all revivals, women, unfettered by institutionalism, seized the day. They were strong, knew their God and empowered by the Holy Spirit, 'did exploits'.

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Published by PUSH Publishing
Words: 62,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452389158
About Diana Chapman

Diana Chapman holds an MA in Mission from the University of Wales and has done extensive research on women in revivals.

Diana is part of the teaching team in River Church, Thames Valley (Pioneer Network) and has worked and taught both in the UK and overseas.

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