Richard E. Meyer
- Existence: 1949-02-26 - 2009-04-24
b. Bloomington, IL
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
There is a reference to letter from Gottlieb Arbeiter, 1/5/1950. It contains when the German Gospel Trumpet was published, 1895, the history of it, and that F. L. Hahn was editor. The German name for the Gospel Trumpet is Evangeliums Posaune.
Walter Warwick served in World War I, after returning home he was sent to Prussia by the church to assist in church work. There, he met Eva Schmidt who talked to him about a sinless life. Instrumental to his faith was C.E. Orr's Book "A Religious Faith". Otto Doebert influenced his understanding of the book of Revelations. He was invited by Meyers to come to Essen to assist in starting the German Gospel Trumpet in 1922.