Table of contents for William Seymour : a biography / Craig Borlase.

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Preface: Craig Borlase
1 William Seymour Gains His Vision
2 The State of Louisiana Is Formed and Raised
3 Seymour's Life Begins
4 William Seymour Learns His Lessons
5 Poverty Strikes and Prophecy Inspires
6 Opposition and Opportunity Are Found
7 William Seymour Finds Unexpected Inspiration
8 Agnes Ozman Is Introduced
9 Charles Parham Becomes Better Known
10 Charles Parham Remains Cloaked
11 William Seymour Meets Alma White
12 William Seymour Delivers His Message to His Hosts
13 William Seymour Receives His First Job Appraisal
14 Passions Are Unleashed
15 William Seymour Presses Forward
16 The Church Delivers a Message
17 April 1906 Brings Change
18 We Meet Florence Crawford
19 Lives Are Transformed
20 William Seymour Connects With His Widest Audience
21 Charles Parham Delivers His Briefest Sermon
22 The Future Is Glimpsed
23 Charles Parham's Story Is Told
24 William Seymour's Faith Rises Even Higher
25 William Seymour Is Deceived
26 The Doors Are Closed
27 William Seymour Is Forced to the Edge
28 William Durham Wrestles for Control
29 The Splits Start to Split
30 William Seymour Considers the Future
31 The Story Ends and Repeats

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Seymour, William Joseph, 1870-1922.
Pentecostals -- Biography.
Pentecostal churches -- Clergy -- Biography.
Evangelists -- Biography.