Lester Sumrall Collection - CD

Lester Sumrall Collection - CD

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During the peak of the healing revival in the 1950's Sumrall built large independent congregations, first in South Bend and later in Manilla in the Philippines. He conducted powerful deliverance crusades with phenomenal success and became a skilled practitioner of the deliverance ministry.

Occasionally he worked with Clifton Erickson, one of the powerful evangelists of the early years of the revival, and in 1962 the two began editing their own magazine, World Harvest.

In the 1960's Sumrall diversified into a typical ministry of that era. On the list of World Harvest works by 1970 were intercession in prayer, crusades and seminars, counseling by telephone, counseling by mail, World Harvest magazine, radio ministry, literature, gospel films, gospel records and tapes, Bible land tours, orphans, and evangelistic centers.

In 1971, Sumrall established a World Harvest Advanced School of Evangelism in Indiana to "instruct ministers to exorcise spirits by faith in God," a subject which had long interested him.

Like many of the pioneer evangelists, Sumrall was impressed by the power of the new charismatic movement in the major denominations, but his own ministry, he insisted, would "never compromise the Full Gospel which is the hope of this generation." On this CD we have collected 29 editions of the magazine 'World Harvest.' These give a taster of this man's mighty ministry for God.

Book Title Lester Sumrall Collection - CD
Author Revival Library Books
Type CD
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
During the peak of the healing revival in the 1950's Sumrall built large independent congregations, first in South Bend and later in Manilla in the Philippines. He conducted powerful deliverance crusades with phenomenal success and became a skilled practitioner of the deliverance ministry.

Occasionally he worked with Clifton Erickson, one of the powerful evangelists of the early years of the revival, and in 1962 the two began editing their own magazine, World Harvest.

In the 1960's Sumrall diversified into a typical ministry of that era. On the list of World Harvest works by 1970 were intercession in prayer, crusades and seminars, counseling by telephone, counseling by mail, World Harvest magazine, radio ministry, literature, gospel films, gospel records and tapes, Bible land tours, orphans, and evangelistic centers.

In 1971, Sumrall established a World Harvest Advanced School of Evangelism in Indiana to "instruct ministers to exorcise spirits by faith in God," a subject which had long interested him.

Like many of the pioneer evangelists, Sumrall was impressed by the power of the new charismatic movement in the major denominations, but his own ministry, he insisted, would "never compromise the Full Gospel which is the hope of this generation." On this CD we have collected 29 editions of the magazine 'World Harvest.' These give a taster of this man's mighty ministry for God.

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