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Wayne E. Warner is the retired director of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (Assemblies of God) in Springfield, Missouri and is the founding editor of the Assemblies of God Heritage. He directed the center for 25 years during which time the museum and new offices were built. Prior to his role at the archives, he was book editor for the Gospel Publishing House for 12 years. Prior to that part of his life, he served as a pastor with the Open Bible Churches. He is the author, compiler, and contributor to numerous books including Good Morning, Lord: Devotions for Servicemen (Baker, 1971), Touched by the Fire (Logos, 1978), Maria Woodworth-Etter, For Such a Time as This (Bridge-Logos, 2004), Smith Wigglesworth’s The Anointing of His Spirit (Chosen, 2003), Kathryn Kuhlman: The Woman Behind the Miracles (Servant, 1993), and The Essential Smith Wigglesworth (Vine, 1999).

Verna Linzey: The Baptism With the Holy Spirit

Verna Linzey: The Baptism With the Holy Spirit

Verna M. Linzey, The Baptism With the Holy Spirit: The Reception of the Holy Spirit as Confirmed by Speaking in Tongues (Longwood, FL: Xulon Press), 180 pages, paperback. A New Handbook on the Pentecostal Experience Verna Linzey’s new book, according to scholar James D. G. Dunn, is a “restatement of classic Pentecostal convictions on baptism […]

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