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The History of the Church of

God – Reformation Movement

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Reformation Movements
of the Past

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US Civil War 1861-1865

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Daniel S. Warner

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National Holiness Association

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Church of God of North
America
- John Winebrenner

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Daniel S. Warner

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Gospel Trumpet

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October 1, 1881 – Beaver
Dam, Indiana

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October, 1881 – Carson
City, Michigan

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1886 – the move to Grand
Junction, Michigan

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Grand Junction, MI

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Trumpet Family
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Grand Junction Camp
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Used for several years on the Ohio River in evangelistic
work by G. T. Clayton and company. Burned December
16, 1898.
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D. S. Warner and his third wife (1893-95) in their
library; (inset) their home at Grand Junction,
Michigan 21
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1898 – move to
Moundsville, West Virginia

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Evangelistic Company 1886-1891
B.E. Warren Nannie Kigar Frankie Miller
D.S. Warner Sarah Smith

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1906 – the move to
Anderson, Indiana

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1920 – Gospel Trumpet Printing Plant – Anderson, IN
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Old Main Campus Anderson

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1907 1st Camp Meeting – Anderson ,
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Ten Spiritual Characteristics
of Influence

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1. People of Spiritual
Freedom and God inspire
leadership

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Daniel S. Warner

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2. People who fully trusted
God…had a strong faith and
a vital life of prayer

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Grand Junction Camp - 1909 36
3. People of strong personal
character, grace, and great
sacrifice for the church.

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Trumpet Family
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4. People of vision,
commitment and leadership

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Children’s Home

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Early Church of God
leaders included the two
men in the front row. On
the left, E.E. Byrum
became the second
editor of the Gospel
Trumpet with DS Warner
died in 1895. Standing
next to him is Herbert
McLellan Riggle, a
famous preacher and
author of severval books.

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5. People of spiritual
courage and boldness in
sharing the “truth”

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6. People of a belief in God
given spiritual gifts and
using them in ministry

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Evangelistic Company 1886-1891
B.E. Warren Nannie Kigar Frankie Miller
D.S. Warner Sarah Smith

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7. People of unity and
oneness

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A group of Church of God ministers around
1900

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8. People of Bible centered
music and celebrative
worship

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9. People of changing
methods and approaches in
ministry

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All aspects of life were shared by Trumpet family
members. As seen in the above photo - meal time
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St. Joseph, MI Missionary Home – 1916, staff
here used two languages, English and German
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10. People of urgency to
share the truth

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Gospel Trumpet – General Office 1918
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1918 Anderson Camp Meeting – many camp meeting services took place in tents.
Anderson COG people built a large tabernacle for the general worship services.
Notice the signs with Bible verse messages painted on them.
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DS Warner with
first wife,
Tamzen Ann
Kerr (1867-72)

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In 1874 Warner
married Sarah
Keller, 2nd wife and
object of Daniel’s
affections, and later
the cause of much
pain.
As usual, both
sides accused the
other in their
separation.
D. S. Warner’s second wife (1874-93) 61
Daniel S., D.
Sidney, Jr., and
Frances (Miller)
Warner, circa
1894
The Warner
Family, shortly
before D. S.
Warner’s death
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Daniel S., D.
Sidney, Jr., and
Frances (Miller)
Warner, circa
1894

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Stone reads: Daniel S. Warner DIED Dec 12, 1895
Aged 53 yrs, 8 mo’s & 13 d’s 66
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