Joseph C. Fisher
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Letter answers five questions on the history. 1) How long was D. S. Warner in charge of the work before E. E. Byrum took over at Grand Junction. 2) Who took care of editorial work in Warner's absence? 3) Was A. B. Palmer connected with the work in Juction from the beginning? 4) Who were the very first ones connected with starting the work? 5) How did they carry on the work?
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 diary and journal of Frankie Miller that covers her personal and daily life from her time in the Church of God for the years 1886-1887, including descriptions of D.S. Warner's preaching.
Letter contains unconnected information, such as J. C. Fisher preached 'wonderful' sermons but there was opposition in every place where the message of CHOG was preached. Letter continues with how early ministers did not charge for preaching, but author believes that ministers are now preaching for money. Letter ends with what can be potentially be considered an uplifting remark on how persecution drives one closer to the Heavenly Father.
Contains a small paper over the life and accomplishments of Joseph C. Fisher, a paper by Sam Collins over J.C. Fisher, and a newspaper clipping from the Sandusky Register regarding the death of Joseph Fisher.
Letter author, Reynolds Hoag, begins his personal story writing about attending camp meeting North of Bangor, Michigan when he was 13. He accepted the teachings of the Church of God in 1914. Hoag lived on the camp ground in Grand Junction from 1922-1931. Hoag names his son and son-in law as ministers - Floyd Hoag and Henry Hartman.