View images of the Pasadena Foursquare Church and its members while they discuss their religious backgrounds, the role Pentecostalism plays in their lives, and the community they've found in this congregation.
The birth of the Pentecostal movement began 100 years ago on Azusa Street in Los Angeles. We'll be taking our show on the road to cover this global gathering and revival that is reshaping Christianity, culture, and politics worldwide.
Listen to a web-exclusive interview with Arlene Sanchez Walsh and to Cecil Robeck describe the history of William Seymour, the Azusa Street mission, and the role of Los Angeles in Pentecostalism's growth and rapid spread across the globe.
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About the Image
During a procession to celebrate the Azusa Street Revival of 1906, a group of Pentecostals kneel and fall down in prayer on First Street in Los Angeles.
Voices on the Radio
Robeck is a professor of Church History and Ecumenics at Fuller Theological Seminary and a historian of Pentecostal tradition. He is the author of The Azusa Street Mission & Revival: The Birth of the Global Pentecostal Movement.
Host/Producer: Krista Tippett
Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg
Managing Producer: Kate Moos
Senior Producer: Mitch Hanley
Associate Producer: Colleen Scheck
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Web Producer: Trent Gilliss
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