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Phenomena in revival

Historical

March 2004
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Phenomena in revival

Almost all whom God has used in revival are quick to point out that unusual phenomena are merely incidental to the great work of God. One writer in The Life of Faith for January 1905 concluded: ‘It is possible to be occupied too exclusively with the mere incidents of the movement — deeply impressive,…

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News

November 1997
News

EMW English Conference

In the second week of August each year some 1300 Christians of all ages, often in family and church groups, from all parts of the British Isles including the Republic of Ireland, descend upon Aberystwyth for the annual English Conference of the Evangelical Movement of Wales. This is followed by the Welsh Conference in…

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Historical

August 1997
Articles > Historical

Revival snapshots – John Elias in North Wales

'Brethren, when I am in the dust this young lad will be a great man.' These were the words of an old minister in Wales, speaking of John Elias (1774-1841). Another testimony concerning him asserts, 'He was, without a doubt, the most popular preacher that ever rose in Wales.' When he was born, North…

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Historical

August 1995
Articles > Historical

Three men on an island

There were once three ministers on an island, a Baptist, a Calvinistic Methodist, and an Independent. The island was the island of Anglesey, just off the coast of North Wales. The three men were Christmas Evans, John Elias and William Griffith. They were the greatest preachers of their denominations in the whole country, and…

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