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R. T. Vest


Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Decatur letter, Letter describes events between 1917 and 1946.

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

A two page letter and cover letter written by R. Franklin Miller about the history of the church in Decatur, Alabama.

Dates: Event: Letter describes events between 1917 and 1946.

Founding of the Work at Lashmeet, April 19, 1949

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Affirmed the faithfulness of two older women who kept the church open.

Dates: April 19, 1949

High Point, NC. CHOG

Scope and Contents Answering a notice placed in the Gospel Trumpet by R.I. Grant requesting a minister to establish a CHOG in High Point, Rev. Roy Kendall came to High Point in Dec. of 1922 and began to conduct home prayer meetings.Sunday school and preaching services began in the spring of 1923.Sotre buildings rented as a location for regular church services. Vacant 3 room house rented on Pendolph St. for services.No offerings taken except in Sunday school classes. A box...
Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948

Historical Sketch of the CHOG in Drexel, N.C., May 18, 1949

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Church had beginning in early 1900's.

Sunday school started in 1905.

Tent meetings in July, 1908 and in summer of 1909.

Church construction began on Jan. 15, 1910.

Dates: May 18, 1949

History of the CHOG in Cedar Bluff, VA, March 3, 1949

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Cover letter - enclosing events that happened in the last 50 years, according to the letter.

Dates: March 3, 1949

History of the CHOG in North Carolina, July 5, 1949

Scope and Contents in 1898, a man by the name of (Unidentified) Pruitt scattered some Gospel Trumpets in Burke Co. N. C.First message of Church of God Reformation preached in the Shoups Ford Neighborhood.First state camp meeting of the CHOG in NC conducted on a farm owned by P. A. Chapman.Later on the state camp meeting was moved to Drexel.A brother, J. F. Lundy conducted revival meetings in tent at Henry Lincoln Co. in 1903.In 1909, J. F. Lundy behan...
Dates: July 5, 1949

History of the CHOG in upper East Tennessee, May 3, 1949

Scope and Contents First holiness sermon was preached in East Tennessee by Alvin Jones in 1898. Jones, a faculty memeber of Milligan College, had travelled to Bristol, Tennessee to hear Judge Strouse preach. Under Judge Strouse preaching, Mr. Jones found the Holy Spirit. Because Jones became a joliness preacher, he was asked to resign his faculty position as well as his membership in the Christian church. Jones "never completely identified himself" with the CHOG movement. ...
Dates: May 3, 1949

History of the Davy, WV CHOG, April 26, 1949

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Preaching was first in school houses and homes in 1911. After being barred from preaching in school building and homes, the services were moved outside. A house was rented for worship. Other locations were also mentioned.

Dates: April 26, 1949

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