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Born In The Fire - Keeping Pentecost Fires Burning - Lucy Trousas-Iske - BHTE

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Revival fires and intercessory prayer birthed the ministry of Dr. Turner in New Baltimore, Mi in the early 1920's. It started with Maria Woodworth-Etter who held a revival campaign in Detroit in 1918 that my grand parents attended. Through that revival meeting they were introduced to Pentecost and Sis. Aimee McPherson of Angelus Temple. My grandparents visited Angelus Temple in Los Angels and Azusa Street the place of Revival in Los Angels and the union was made between Foursquare and the ministry of Dr. and Mrs. Turner. Dr. Turner was with the Foursquare Gospel International and served on the Executive Board and my grand mother was the head of the church office from 1923 to 1940 when they opened Bethel Temple and Anchor Bay Evangelistic Assn. In addition, my grand father was the personal physician to Sister Aimee during some of those years. They never moved to Ca just spent a few months there a year. My daughter Laurie and I had the privilege of attending the 100th Anniversary of Azusa Street in 1906 in Los Angeles and what a old fashioned revival meeting it was. In the early 1930's across the states in Iowa my father went to a revival that Kathryn Kuhlman held in Davenport and accepted Christ and went to Angelus Temple to attend LIFE Bible college and met my mother who was also enrolled in LIFE. They returned to New Baltimore to work in the ministry along side my grand parents. I was born in "Revival Fires" and I am happy to say I still am following those marvelous times. The ministry in New Baltimore was a fellowship of loving caring people that served the needs of the people and brought about through intercessory prayer. It reached around the world with its ministers from Anchor Bay Bible Institute and is still an active fellowship of ministers and missionaries today.

Lucy Trousas Iske, the Turner's grandaughter, has a passion to keep their ministry and the ministry of her parents alive. We interview her today.

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