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The Ministry, Our Memory, His Memorial (Hardcover): Alton E. Loveless
The Ministry, Our Memory, His Memorial (Hardcover): Alton E. Loveless

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The Ministry, Our Memory, His Memorial (Hardcover)

Alton E. Loveless

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This book contains the burial places for one of the oldest denominations in American (Free Will Baptist) with many in the Randall branch who served the First Baptist church in American and even were descendants of Roger Williams. Nearly 1900 Free Will Baptist ministers and leaders, with their burial places, has been gathered in this exhaustive study that contains a brief biography, photograph and in some cases a photo of their tombstone. The book contains 904 pages representing 40 states and 3 foreign countries. Unknown to many, there were 38 women preachers with three being in the Randall movement and the other 35 were in the national convention after 1935 merger between the Eastern and Western Conferences. They were found in 12 states with Missouri having 10 female ministers followed by nine from North Carolina whose burial cemeteries were located. The complete index is in alphabetical order making it easier to find the person. The book contains people from both the Randall and Palmer movements, (who were started in different locations and continued to be divided by the slavery issue. The Randall movement united with the Northern Baptists in 1911) and regions where there has been, or still continues to be, Free Will Baptist churches independent to the present national convention. It is a book of information, but you can't help but sense the excitement as they started churches across the country. Because it is a story of the pioneers in New England, the Southeast, and the rugged minister that trot in the dust of the Indian Territory beginning churches wherever he went. This is not just a book of their final resting place, but a book of fervency as many toiled with little success, but promised rest for their faithfulness. The record shows one minister who started more than 50 churches in the days when a horse was the means of transportation or a bag over his back as he walked from one preaching point to another. The book contains hundreds of photos along with stories that will intrigue you as you read The Ministry, Our Memories, And The Memorials."

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Imprint: Fwb Publications
Country of origin: United States
Release date: December 2012
First published: December 2012
Authors: Alton E. Loveless
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 48mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards / With dust jacket
Pages: 906
ISBN-13: 978-0-9887437-0-0
Barcode: 9780988743700
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LSN: 0-9887437-0-1

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