Proud of my Pentecostal Heritage

Proud of my Pentecostal Heritage
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I am proud of my Church of God Pentecostal Heritage in McMinnville, Tennessee. The beginning was a tent set up in our “wicked little town” in 1915 by T. S. Payne. He was unsuccessful in that campaign and moved on to Bone Cave (Laurelburg) with success and then on to Campaign for a great campaign and a great revival. All this constituted the Warren County area and was the beginning of the Church of God in the area.

Troy Day [02/10/2016 4:25 AM]
As well as you should be

7 Comments

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    YES I am Philip Williams Link Hudson

    • Reply September 4, 2019

      Link Hudson

      He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord.

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    Jim Price

    Troy , my brother-in-law Clevan Kaylor, pastored the Bone Cave CoG back in the 50s. He lived to be in his 80s.

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    Philip Williams

    My grandmother and her friend established a Church of God in the forties. My mother and father helped establish an Assembly of God shortly after that. I attended A.G. Garr’s church in the early fifties. Then the School of the Prophets from which came the mid-century Latter Rain movement. But sad to see what has become of the Pentecostal churches. ?

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Philip Williams Ive known one too many whose grands were Pentecostals but they got lost in Catholic penance

    • Reply September 4, 2019

      Philip Williams

      Troy Day but I am an old fashion Holy Roller.

    • Reply September 5, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Philip Williams we are still to see any evidence for that Supporting charismatic MB and go to Catholic mass is a sure sign of NOT being old fashion Holy Roller.

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