Bezaleel

Bezaleel

(bēzăl`ēĕl, bĕz`əlēl). In the Bible, the artist of the Tabernacle in the wilderness.
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For the useful contemporary account of Reverend Bezaleel Howard, see Richard D.
Forming the "only known Pentecostal women's missionary society"--the Bezaleel Evangelistic Mission--these women strove to embody the ethos and ideals that speakers at the Stone Church Convention promoted.
Moving out into the "regions beyond," where few missionaries had gone before, meant that Bezaleel workers were often the only Westerners in their area.
From their arrival in India, the Bezaleel novices worked closely with Bible women and native preachers.
41) When she and the American women of the Bezaleel Evangelistic Mission partnered with Indian evangelists and Bible women to spread the Gospel in small villages like Basti and Uska Bazar, they acted on a set of assumptions that would become increasingly influential among Christian communities over the course of the twentieth century.
Flaxman began with that subject, "As the bible is the most ancient history we possess," and he went on to say that Bezaleel and Aholiab were inspired by the spirit of God, in the words of Ex.
Abrams organized the Bezaleel Evangelistic Mission in 1910, the only Pentecostal women's mission agency that I have discovered.