General Overview of Revivals
Old Testament Revivals
New Testament Revivals
Revivals in the Second Century
Welsh Revivals before 1904
1st Great Awakening - Moravians
1st Great Awakening - J. Edwards - USA
1st Great Awakening - G.Whitefield - USA
2nd Great Awakening - 1792
3rd Great Awakening - 1830
4th Great Awakening - 1857
5th Great Awakening - 1880
Welsh Revival - 1906
Azusa Street Revival
Stewarton and Shotts 1625-1630
Revival at Skye 1812
The Beddgelert Revival 1817
The Hebrides Revival
The Amherst College Revival
The Argentinian Revival
The Asbury Revival 1970
Campus Revivals Of The Past
The Cane Ridge And Second Kentucky Revival
The Revival At Yale College
Global Pentecostal Origins
Edward Irving - First tongues report
A. A. Boddy
W. F. P. Burton
D. P. Williams
W. J. Williams
J. Nelson Parr
Pentecostal historians have a tendency to focus on Azusa Street and those pioneers who were associated with that glorious work. The British counterparts connected to Sunderland and the early British Pentecostal denominations also enjoy a high profile.
While this may be understandable, as most other places in the world were in some way influenced by early Anglo-American Pentecostal people and groups, it is not the whole picture.
There were hundreds of lesser known servants of God who may have caught the fire from western hands but who became apostolic leaders in their own nations, with mighty signs and wonders following their ministry, resulting in countless conversions and the planting of innumerable churches.
It is these that we intend to introduce in this section.
Many of them lived lives of great hardship and sacrifice.
Some were cruelly persecuted by fellow Christians.
Most of them led exemplary lives depending on God’s power to break open new ground for the Gospel.
They were men and women of faith who stormed heaven and brought untold blessing to multitudes.
Pandita Ramabai in India, Lewi Petrus in Sweden, Willis. C. Hoover in Chile, and Pastor Paul of Berlin, Germany were among a new wave of Pentecostal enthusiasts who blazed a trail for their new movement across the world. South America, China, Russia and Africa all had their own unique ministers who laid the foundation for the church to grow across the world.
Their stories are faith-building as well as provoking and challenging. May God raise up men and women like them again in our day!