TODAY IN HISTORY: 19 September

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19 September 1999: Thanksgiving Service holds at Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland for the successful completion of the first Shiloh event 1999 as well as the completion of both projects: Faith Tabernacle (Shiloh), and the secondary school called Faith Academy (Moriah). Faith Academy resumed with the first batch of students in October 1999.

19 September 2003: Kenneth E. Hagin goes to be with the Lord. He was an American Preacher of the Gospel and author who is known for pioneering the Word of Faith Movement. 

19 September 1853: Baptist Missionary pioneer, Hudson Taylor at the age of 21 set sail for China where he founded the China Inland Mission.  

19 September 1888: Missionary Jonathan Goforth begins a tour of the Henan region of China, where he would spend the rest of his life preaching, establishing churches, and ministering to the needy. 

19th September 1979: Oral Roberts University’s O. W. Coburn School of Law is dedicated. The United States Supreme Court Justice, Byron White spoke at the Dedication Ceremony. 


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