O. H. Bond



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This book tells the life story of Oscar H. Bond (1890-1957), an early holiness-Pentecostal leader in the Church of God of the Apostolic Faith (COGAF) denomination that was founded in 1914. Bond was a minister, evangelist, and publisher of the COGAF paper, The Apostolic Faith Messenger. (Also on the Digital Showcase). COGAF eventually established a headquarters in Tulsa and later in Ramona, Oklahoma. The Holy Spirit Research Center houses the an extensive archive for the COGAF denomination.

**Oral Roberts University was granted permission by COGAF to digitize and distribute freely this material on their behalf. No reproduction or distribution of this material is authorized without the consent of COGAF.**

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O.H. Bond


Oakgrove, AR


Oscar (O.H.) Bond, Church of God of Apostolic Faith, COGAF, holiness, Pentecostal, Oklahoma history


Christian Denominations and Sects | History of Christianity | Missions and World Christianity | Other American Studies

Life Story of Rev. O. H. Bond



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