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William J. Ayotte


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

History of the CHOG in Duluth, Minnesota, 1949

Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection relates primarily to C.E. Brown's professional roles as a professor at Anderson College and Theological Seminary and as editor-in-chief of The Gospel Trumpet. The centerpiece elements of the collection are Brown's correspondence of 1932-1934 and his research notes for his Church of God historical works, primarily When The Trumpet Blew. As part of his research for this book, Brown put an appeal to readers of the ...
Dates: 1949

How CHOG Started in South Dakota, March 8, 1949, February 14, 1949

Scope and Contents Also includes notecard and postcard.Notecard makes claim to be one of the first converts of the Reformation truth. Reformation truth came through mother being healed.Rev. Ferdenand Schweiger came to Marion, S. D. on March 14, 1896 from Baraboo, WI to conduct revival on location of Benjamin Ratzlaff's farmMentions that Fred L. Hahn was editor of the German Gospel TrumpetStory of Mrs. Benjamin Ratzlaff's healing from epilepsy and ther...
Dates: March 8, 1949; February 14, 1949