Azusa Street Project
Modern Era

Azusa Street Project

When the power of God hit Los Angeles...The Azusa Street Revival of 1906. One hundred years ago a movement like none other since shook the very foundations of the American church. People reported speaking in tongues, new denominations were formed, and the Charismatic Movement was born. This documentary looks, in depth, at the inception of this movement and the mystery and controversy surrounding some of its beliefs.

  • Item number: 501058D
  • Media type: DVD
  • Running Time: 54 min
  • Region: All
  • Production Year: 2006
  • Producer: Global Media GodWorks Production

Description

In 1906, William J. Seymour, a one-eyed black pastor from Louisiana, son of a slave, journeyed by train from Houston to Los Angeles, only to be locked out of the church that sent for him.

He turned to prayer and God's answer was The Azusa Street Revival. It shook the foundations of the church, spawned numerous denominations and changed the lives of six million people forever.

The Azusa Street Project investigates the mystery and controversy behind:

• Salvation
• Sanctification
• Baptism with the Holy Spirit
• Speaking in Tongues

Including interviews with:
• Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr.
• Dr. Jack W. Hayford
• Dr. Marilyn Hickey
• Dr. Stanley Horton
• Bishop Noel Jones
• Dr. Larry Martin
• Joyce Meyer
• Dr. Betty R. Price
• Dr. Frederick K. C. Price
• Dr. Jim Reeve
• Dr. Cecil M. Robeck, Jr.
• Dr. Vinson Synan
• Rev. Thomas Trask
• Rev. William M. Wilson

In color and B&W.

DVD Special Features:
• Scene selection
• Director's comments
• Tour of Bonnie Brae house
• Soundtrack
• Art Gallery
• Missionaries

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