As the broadcast, evangelistic campaigns, and publishing work progressed, opposition increased. This 32nd installment covers the Alvadore campaign. The activity that was destined to expand steadily into worldwide power and scope was now fast getting under way. No activity could have started smaller. None could have had a more humble and unpromising beginning. But, with an insignificant $1.25 per week pledge for the radio broadcast, and what appeared then as a monumental additional $1.25 per week to be received purely on faith, The Radio Church of God had started on the air the first Sunday in 1934. It was the very bottom of the great depression.
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