The modern Pentecostal movement is widely recognized as having begun in Topeka 117 years ago this week.
Capital-Journal reporter Tim Hrenchir, the History Guy, returns Thursday with a short video at CJOnline telling how hundreds of millions of people are now part of that movement, which was initiated when students in a Bible College run by the Rev. Charles Fox Parham started speaking in tongues on Jan. 1, 1901, inside a mansion known as Stone’s Folly, near S.W. 17th and Stone.
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