C. W. Ruth was one of the ten founding fathers of the Church of the Nazarene. Ruth grew up in Indianapolis, and from an early age was an evangelist for the Holiness Christian Church. In 1902 Ruth merged the Spokane, Washington holiness churches of the People's Mission into the Church of the Nazarene. He was considered a conservative, who also thought unity was the most important issue facing the Church of the Nazarene during the turn of the century.
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Short Sketches from the Lives of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Ruth
"You will know them by their fruits." Mt. 7:16
SHORT SKETCHES FROM THE LIVES OF
REV. AND MRS. C. W. RUTH
01 - Life Sketch - By C. W. Ruth
02 - Mrs. C. W. (Laura) Ruth
No name is more fragrant in the memory of God's holy people in America than that of the late C. W. Ruth. It is most fitti ...read
"And When They Were Alone"
If you would confide in a friend and really open up your heart, you wait until such a time as your friend can take time to come apart and be alone with you. So they who would know the secret and hidden things of God and have Him "expound all things," must find time to be alone with Him. Such is the philosophy of love; while there may be the throbbi ...read