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Boyce W. Blackwelder



  • Existence: ?-1976

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

"A Look at the Church of God" Scrapbook

 Collection — CHOG 391
Identifier: C-0239

A scrapbook crafted to document the history of the Church of God. Sections are on the early history of the Church of God, the growth of the Church of God, the history of the Gospel Trumpet Company, Camp Meetings for the Church of God, Church of God music, young people outreach, mission trips, Anderson College and other affliated universities with the Church of God, the Christian Brotherhood Hour, and a section on Church of God leaders.

Dates: Event: Materials included in the scrapbook cover the dates of 1870-October 3, 1976; 1978

Boyce Blackwelder

 File — Box AC 259

County Line CHOG, Now the South Meridian CHOG, 1939 - 1945

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Indiana
Scope and Contents

Typed on the back of C. E. Brown's inquiry letter. Details the start of the congregation in private homes, the revivals, and the buildings purchased.

Dates: Event: 1939 - 1945

Glossolalia Controversy materials

 Collection — Drawer L (Small Collections CHOG A-J)
Identifier: C-0042

Materials on glossolalia

Dates: 1975-1986

History of the First Reformation CHOG at Spartanburg, S.C., April 14, 1949

Scope and Contents Prayer meeting begun after Edward McFall came to Spartanburg in 1922 giving out Tracts and Gospel Trumpets.First connert under the influence of McFall was J. A. Rhineheart.Sunday school and church service held in home of James I. Turner.Incorproated on May 15, 1923.Loan of $600.00 granted from the Board of Church Extension on Jan. 1, 1924.Services in new church were started on Easter Sunday, 1925.Chhurch experienced a...
Dates: April 14, 1949

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