The Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center is a leader in the digitization of primary sources relating to Pentecostal history. The digital products below include over 500,000 pages of text-searchable digitized publications (saved in Adobe Acrobat PDF format). Audio CDs of oral history interviews and Revivaltime radio broadcasts and music are also available.Be sure to check out our two most popular research DVDs (Assemblies of God Publications: Pre-WWII and Healing Evangelists: 1881-1957).
Healing Evangelists DVD
This DVD+R includes over 50,000 text-searchable pages of digitized periodicals and books of five well-known healing evangelists who made a significant impact on the early Pentecostal movement. They include John Alexander Dowie (1847-1907), Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), Carrie Judd Montgomery (1858-1946), Charles S. Price (1887-1947), and Maria Woodworth-Etter (1844-1924). This DVD offers a wealth of primary resource material for those interested in healing ministries and the early Pentecostal movement.
Christ's Ambassadors Monthly and C. A. Herald
Christ’s Ambassadors was the national youth organization of the Assemblies of God. Christ’s Ambassadors Monthly (1926-1930) and the C. A. Herald (1930-1970) networked C. A. members and included articles about Christian life, theology, missions, and local church ministry.
General Council Minutes and Reports
Weekly devotional periodical published from 1928 to 1956. Succeeded by Live.
Weekly devotional periodical that began publication in 1956. Preceded by Gospel Gleaners.
Missionary Challenge and World Challenge
A journal of practical ministry and theology published by the Assemblies of God.