Gordon Lindsay

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    Gordon Lindsay (1906-1973) was an American Christian minister, author, and publisher who was a major figure in the Pentecostal movement. Born in Texas, he was raised in a Baptist family and became a Christian preacher in the 1930s.

    In the early 1940s, Lindsay founded Christ For The Nations, a Christian organization that was dedicated to training and equipping Christian leaders and missionaries. He was also a prolific author, writing numerous books and articles about the Bible, the Holy Spirit, and other religious topics.

    Throughout his career, Lindsay was a strong advocate for the Pentecostal movement and worked to promote its teachings and practices. He was also a prominent radio and television personality, hosting several religious programs that were widely listened to and watched.

    Gordon Lindsay's legacy continues to this day through his organization, which remains one of the largest and most influential Christian organizations in the world. He was widely regarded as a gifted preacher and teacher, and his books and teachings continue to be widely read and studied by Christians around the world.
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