Two Men of Destiny: Second-generation Leaders in the Nazarene Movement

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Neil B. Wisemen

This book includes a biography of Roy T. Williams and James B. Chapman.  "From the time of the merging General Assembly at Pilot Point in 1908, until the late 1940's, both Roy T. Williams and James B. Chapman left their eternal imprint on the Church of the Nazarene."

The Federal Theatre Project in Kansas City, Missouri, 1936

The Federal Theatre Project (FTP), a sub-program of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), created in 1935, included large and small cities all over the United States. In 1936, from January 8 to October 15, the little-known Kansas City unit employed thirty-one workers, six women and twenty-five men, of whom twenty-seven were on relief. Positions included two supervisory, twenty professional and technical, four skilled, five intermediate, and two unskilled. Four workers were returned to private employment.


Bud Robinson - Miracle of Grace

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Basil William Miller

Biography which sketches the ministry and evangelistic work of Rev. Bud Robinson.

Man of the Morning

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Donald P. Brickley

"It is well…that Nazarenes everywhere reacquaint themselves with the founder of the Church of the Nazarene.