To see graduate programmes in Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies at the University of Birmingham, visit this site.

Azusa Street Revival

This site contains original reports of the Revival and the entire text of its Apostolic Faith periodical (September 1906- May 1908).

Assemblies of God.

Official homepage.

Apostolic World Christian Fellowship.

Church of God (Cleveland).

Church of God in Christ (COGIC).

International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.

International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC).

Pentecostal World Fellowship

This is a site of the organization representing international Trinitarian classical Pentecostal denominations, with some useful links.

United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI).

Jesus Army Homepage

Large site providing a great deal of information on the organisation itself. Includes a discussion of the movement in relationship to other NRMs, and why it should not be classified as such.

Brownsville Revival.

Revival News.

Global news and articles - updated monthly, from the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship

Brownsville, Pensacola:- "Toronto" or not?

Compares Brownsville Revival with other revivals

God in Florida.

Reports from Detroit Free Press - statistics occasionally contradictory.

A History of the revival of 1992-1995, Pensacola, Florida.

The Brownsville Outpouring - River of Revival or Pandemonium?

History and relevance of the revival

The Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship Homepage.

University of Virginia

Toronto Blessing: Group Profile, by Katrina Wilson,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website.

See also General Sites

Revival Around the World.

Looks at various sites and churches which have been influenced by Toronto Blessing

An Interview with Evangelist Steve Hill.

The Violence of Revival.

Sermon by Steve Hill, Brownsville revival evangelist, which gives good insight into the approach of the Revival

The Origins of the Pentecostal Movement.

Essays by Dr Vinson Synan

The Holy Spirit Research Center

Oral Roberts University site, with extensive links

Pentecostal Charismatic Theological Inquiry International

A comprehensive site with a cyberjournal and extensive links, maintained by Dr Harold Hunter.

The Society for Pentecostal Studies

This site is also maintained by Dr Harold Hunter and promises to be an extensive and comprehensive one with useful links.

Free University of Amsterdam

Since 2001, this university has created the Hollenweger Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. Included here is the online journal PentecoStudies.

University of Virginia

All these websites have several useful links.

Pentecostalism ("classical Pentecostals"): Group Profile, written by Christopher E Brown,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website

Assemblies of God: Group Profile, written by Tiffany Anne Little,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website

The Charismatic Movement Group Profile, written by Kristy Wesolowski,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website

Brownsville Revival: Group Profile, written by Sarah Carr,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website

Latter Rain: Group Profile, written by Charleen Buttner,
taken from
University of Virginia "New Religious Movements" website


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