Joseph H. Ball
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
A bundle of biographical clippings about a few of the reverends in the Arkansas congregations. Each clipping gives a brief description and history of the reverend.
Letter states the first CHOG preacher to come to Ozark county was in 1904. There was a revival meeting held in a private home during the day and then at Cedar Tree School House at night. There was another revival meeting held near Bird Springs in 1905 and was the second meeting of CHOG in Ozark county, Missouri.
E. R. Trick letter about Smith chapel church of God, letter describes events between 1907 through 1946.
E. R. Trick's letter describes the history of Smith chapel church of God congregation. The letter also gives a list of pastors and evangelists that were involved with the church.
Elmer Hurst letter about general state and congregations history, Letter describes events from many congregations from 1895 through 1948.
Elmer Hurst letter about the general state and congregation history in Arkansas.The letter gives brief sketches of the Holy Ridge, Hot Springs, Paragould, Harrison, and Benton congregations. The letter also gives brief personal histories about Floyd L. Hurst, L. C. Cash, and Elmer O. Hurst.
The letter contains information on the writer, Oscar Lee Mix, such as his birth date, his attendance at a revival near Doniphan, MO in 1886 with his grandparents, and his conversion under the preaching of Albert Birdwell.
It contains the healing of L. H. Morgan from tubercolosis. Mentions the opposition directed toward person who accepted the message of the CHOG. The first ordinance and communion service held in home of S. W. Parrish. Mentions the revivals conducted, buildings serving the group, and building funds.
Letter contains conversations between the writer, L. Roy Lee, and his mother and father. Letter also contains information on his first sermon delivered on September 10th, 1905. Continuing on, there is facts on when the CHOG message was introducd to the area in 1891 by Robert L. Farquar. Also mentioned in the letter is the revival southeast of Ziama in 1906 and a revival meeting conducted by D. O. Teasley and Henry Fowler.