The Pentecostal Heritage of Slavic-Americans (Пятидесятнические истоки Славян-Американцев)
The Pentecostal Heritage of Slavic-Americans (Пятидесятнические истоки Славян-Американцев), by Anton Goroshko. [English and Russian language versions both in one volume] Renton, WA: National Slavic District Council, 2009. Softcover, 70 pages, illustrated.
In the 1980s the Soviet Union began allowing Pentecostals, a persecuted religious minority, to leave for other countries. An estimated 300,000 Slavic Pentecostals now live in the United States. Anton Goroshko, a Ukrainian-American Pentecostal pastor and historian, has written a brief history of the heritage of this new wave of immigrants. The Pentecostal Heritage of Slavic-Americans provides, in English and in Russian, valuable insight into the lives of Gustav Herbert Schmidt, Ivan Voronaev, and many other Pentecostal pioneers, right up to the founding of the National Slavic District Council in 2008. Read a brief book review here.The Pentecostal Heritage of Slavic-Americans (Пятидесятнические истоки Славян-Американцев) ($5.00 + shipping) or ($4.00 + shipping each on orders of 5 or more)
The Sparkling Fountain
The Sparkling Fountain, by Fred T. Corum and Hazel E. Bakewell. Windsor, OH: Corum & Associates, Inc., 1989, c1983. Paperback, 278 pages, illustrated.
The Sparkling Fountain provides an engaging eyewitness account of Pentecostal origins in the Ozarks, including connections with the Azusa Street revival and stories from the early days of the Assemblies of God. Read a brief book review here.The Sparkling Fountain ($10.00 + shipping)