The Church of God
In the fall of 1904, A.J. Tomlinson moved to Cleveland, Tennessee where he began planting congregations. His extensive organizational, pastoral and performance skills resulted in scores joining his churches. Tomlinson’s success is attributed to something old and something new. The old consisted of his restless energy. The new consisted of a more irenic and sociable habit of mind.
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