The Devon Conference Papers, Mamhead Park, Nr. Exeter, Sept.1962 - ebook

The Devon Conference Papers, Mamhead Park, Nr. Exeter, Sept.1962 - ebook

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This 87-page document is a record of the final early charismatic conference held in September 1962 at Mamhead Park, near Exeter. Arthur Wallis says, 'The third in the (new charismatic conference) series came in September the following year at Mamhead Park, near Exeter, attended by 80 or more. The following year was to see the breaking out of the charismatic movement in Britain (1963). No wonder we were led to the theme, ?The Present Ministry of the Holy Spirit?. There were Bible readings on 1 Corinthians 12 and 14, and ministry on the believer?s personal need of the Spirit, and on the Spirit?s power for witnessing. Nearly all were leaders, and many came into the baptism of the Spirit. Two things in that conference stand out for me. Hearing the exciting news of the outbreak of the Spirit in California that later was recognised as the beginning of the charismatic movement. The other was my first meeting with a young Welsh evangelist whose ministry had brought a touch of revival to a number of villages in the neighbouring county of Cornwall. His boyish appearance made him look even younger than he was. His name - Bryn Jones!" You can read here the report of the whole conference including transcripts of the main sessions.

Book Title The Devon Conference Papers, Mamhead Park, Nr. Exeter, Sept.1962 - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
This 87-page document is a record of the final early charismatic conference held in September 1962 at Mamhead Park, near Exeter. Arthur Wallis says, 'The third in the (new charismatic conference) series came in September the following year at Mamhead Park, near Exeter, attended by 80 or more. The following year was to see the breaking out of the charismatic movement in Britain (1963). No wonder we were led to the theme, ?The Present Ministry of the Holy Spirit?. There were Bible readings on 1 Corinthians 12 and 14, and ministry on the believer?s personal need of the Spirit, and on the Spirit?s power for witnessing. Nearly all were leaders, and many came into the baptism of the Spirit. Two things in that conference stand out for me. Hearing the exciting news of the outbreak of the Spirit in California that later was recognised as the beginning of the charismatic movement. The other was my first meeting with a young Welsh evangelist whose ministry had brought a touch of revival to a number of villages in the neighbouring county of Cornwall. His boyish appearance made him look even younger than he was. His name - Bryn Jones!" You can read here the report of the whole conference including transcripts of the main sessions.

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