This volume contains seven books from Frank Bartleman. Best known for his book "Azusa Street: How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles," the author wrote several books and literally hundreds of articles and tracts in his lifetime. Many people are familiar with "Azusa Street," but are mostly unread on his remaining body of work. The books contained here highlight his life leading up to Azusa, and chronicle a bit afterward. His zeal for Pentecost never left, as is evidenced by the extra material added to this volume.
Books include: My Story: The Latter Rain (1909), Two Years Mission Work in Europe (1924), From Plow to Pulpit: From Maine to California (1924), Azusa Street: How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles (1925), Around the World by Faith: With Six Weeks in the Holy Land (1925), The Deity of Christ (1926), and Distilled Dew: 500 Modern Proverbs (1934).
In addition to seven books, this set contains a selection of articles penned by Bartleman on subjects ranging from revival, the Pentecostal outpouring, and even World War I.
Best of all, this edition has a fully functional Active Table of Contents for swift navigation to any book or chapter. Though put into the volume in order of publication, many people will read the books in their own order, and are likely to come back later to read another.