• W. A. Shields

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Mr. W. A. Shields, business manager, with student Mrs. Amanda Carnes (secretary).
    • W. A. Shields

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Mr. W. A. Shields, business manager, with student Rudolph Smith.
    • W. A. Shields

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Mr. W. A. Shields, business manager, with student Rudolph Smith.
    • W. A. Shields

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Mr. W. A. Shields, business manager, with student Rudolph Smith.
    • W. F. P. Burton (1886-1971) and Congolese agency: a biographical study of a pentecostal mission

      Emmett, David Neil (2017-07)
      This thesis contributes originally to pentecostal historiography through bringing a pre-eminent figure in early British Pentecostalism into the limelight showing how Pentecostalism in Belgian Congo was pioneered by him alongside local agency. Together they furthered its development in the southeastern Katanga and Kasai provinces. Central to W.F.P. Burton’s contradictory and complex personality was a passionate desire to see the emancipation of humankind from the spiritual powers of darkness believing only Spirit-empowered local agency would enduringly prove effective. 
 
 This thesis unevenly portrays Burton’s Congolese years by parsing biographical landmarks alongside his persistent attempts to co-labour with local agency. Burton’s ambitions might have been circumscribed by his birth into a notable family. Burton though, lived with a faith which believed for Spirit intervention in church communities converting lives, bringing physical healing and transforming regions. In the maelstrom following Congolese Independence, Burton’s belief in his own brand of indigenisation made him an outlier even among Pentecostals. This thesis argues such pentecostal faith engendered an idealism which frustratingly conflicted with those not sharing it in the way he understood and pursued it. It thus serves Pentecostals (holding a similar faith) and historians by clarifying his ideals and revealing the reasons for his frustrations.
    • W. J. Washington delivering sermons

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Male speaks from pulpit. Written on verso: W.J. Washington, a senior, delivers sermon in making and delivery of sermons course.
    • Waaihoek se N.G. sendinggemeente in Bloemfontein: 1891-1903

      Britz, R. M. (Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of the Free State, 2002-12-12)
      This article considers the early history of a unique Dutch Reformed mission congregation in the capital of the Free State Republic. Members, especially elder John Fraser of the local  “Tweetoringkerk”, initiated the establishment of a separate mission congregation in Waaihoek, at that time the non-white residential area of Bloemfontein. In terms of the Ecclesiastical Laws of the Dutch Reformed Church of the Orange Free State, this church was founded in 1891. In 1895, the Waaihoek church, which was related to the (white) Dutch Reformed congregation of Bloemfontein, obtained a religious teacher, who was eventually ordained as missionary in 1897. Tension grew within the congregation because of the influx of black Basotho people who neither understood Dutch nor had the culture of the initial “Coloured” (brown) members. Consequently, the services and the administration of the sacraments (both Baptism and Holy Communion) were held separately. The congregation experienced the Anglo-Boer War in its own way. Their perspective on the War differed from that of those belonging to the white congregation. The Waaihoek congregation had to contend with a neighbouring concentration camp for black people. Ultimately it survived the war.
    • Wake Forest Baptist Church (Wake Forest, N.C.) records

      Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (2013-03-01)
    • “Walking by the Spirit in Romans 8:4”

      Henderson, James M. (Digital Showcase, 2009-01-01)
    • Walking far together: Theological education and development in African pastoral formation.

      Kritzinger, J.N.J. (Prof); Wilhelm, Hans-Martin (2009-08-25)
      This study examines the intersubjectivity of issues related to pastoral formation. It argues that a local theology of pastoral formation in the African context is most transformative when theological education and development are woven together in a synergistic approach. Such a model of local theology can result from a well thought out synergy between educational theories, developmental theories and theology. It is further argued that equipped pastoral leaders and healthy churches are at the heart of the process for holistic transformation. As such, this study proposes a philosophy and praxis that relevantly addresses the intersubjective context of leadership formation in the African context. It intends to challenge the church in Africa to redefine its task and itself in the face of the social problems posed on all levels of African life.
    • Walking far together: Theological education and development in African pastoral formation.

      Kritzinger, J.N.J. (Prof); watkiapj@unisa.ac.za; Wilhelm, Hans-Martin (2009-08-25)
      Chr Spirit, ChurchHist, Miss
    • Waring Chapel Baptist(Orangeburg County, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historial Records Survey (1937-09-10)
    • Warren Hall

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-04-25
      Warren Hall building.
    • Warren Hall

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-04-25
      Warren Hall building.
    • Warren Moore

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Warren Moore stands outside with others. Written on verso: L to R: Warren Moore, Sue Hakeem, Bertz Hakeem, Elizah Davis, Semian Bowie.
    • Warren Moore

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Warren Moore stands outside with others. Written on verso: Mr. Warren Moore, Mr. Elizah Davis, Mr. Simian Bowie.
    • Was Aimee Semple McPherson Pentecostal?

      Cox, Raymond (Digital Showcase, 1997-01-01)
    • Wat is reformatoriese teologie? : nadenke na aanleiding van 'n kerklike beswaarskrif

      Van Wyk, I.W.C. (Ignatius William Charles) (OpenJournals Publishing, 2011-11-16)
      http://www.hts.org.za