The John Wimber Collection – Regent University Library

Taken from here. This is just a sample. Click the link and use the index on the left.


  CONTAINER LIST                      
  Container Contents                    
  Box 1: [conference binder] HOLINESS unto the Lord  
          Ottawa, Canada; Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, 1991  
          Sydney, Australia; Oct 22 – 25, 1991  
          Wellington, New Zealand; Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, 1991  
    [binder] Victorious Church / Facing the ’90s at Wales & Edinburgh  
    [binder] REVIVAL MISC. and HOLINESS MISC.  
    [folder] Articles about John Wimber, International (About JRW) 2 of 2  
          “John Wimber and the Vineyard Ministries” by F.V. Scott.  [n.d.]  
          “Pentecostalism goes middle class” The Times Monday 15, 1985  
          “Who is John Wimber?” by Dot Mitchell  
          “Of Wimber & Wonders” Grant Wacker The Reformed Journal  
      Volume 37, Issue 4  April 1987  
          “Signs and Wonders in New Orleans.”  by Julia Duin. Christianity  
      Today.  Nov. 21, 1986.  
          “Revival – Why It Really Tarries” Chris Brain and Robert Warren  
      Renewal March 1991 (UK)  
          “Hodder Fodder” [book review] Christian Herald Nov. 1988  
          “Wimber Defends Revival Prophecy”  
          “John Wimber When Cancer Strikes the Healer” Christianity  
      Nov. 1996  
          “Signs and Wonders” The Covenant Companion.  Paul E. Larsen  
      Oct. 1987.  
          “An Evangelical Pastor Discovers the Healing Ministry: An Interview  
      with John Wimber” [p. 97, 108-110] and “Signs, Wonders, and Wimber.” [98, 110]  From the Editor.  Pastoral Renewal.  Feb. 1985, Vol. 9, No. 7  
          “John Wimber Founder of the Vineyard Movement Dies” Kairos  
      Vol. 1, No. 28, Nov. 1997.  
          “‘Wimber on Healing’ by Henry Dixon.”  Paper by Peter Davids  
      [review of a review] [4 pages]  
          “Let God Be God” John Wimber Conference ’88 Equipping the  
          “Ian, here is a sample of some of the comments that have come in –  
      these 3 issues particularly came up a lot.  
      Lynette, I have replied to each of these people.”  [4 letters]  
          “A Report on John Wimber’s Power Healing Conference in  
      Melbourne From Geoff Holland, Editor of the Victorian Baptist Witness Newspaper.”    Geoff Holland.  [n.d.] [8 pages]  
          [correspondence] John Lindell & Associates Northwood  
      Distributing  to John Wimber.  [n.d.]  
          “Praise Without Reservation” Renewal.  Jan. 1993  
          “Tasting the Vineyard’s New Wine: A Tough, But Gentle Assessment  
      of ‘Signs and Wonders.'”  Dr. Philip Collins.  April 1987.  
    [binder]  What the Holy Spirit is Saying to the Church (at Perth, 1990)  
           – And — TBN God’s Call for the ’90s.  
    “Healing: Models and Methodology” Vol. 4.  Pastor John Wimber,  
          Vineyard Christian Fellowship, Seminar Series.  Vineyard Christian Fellowship.  
    [binder]  Church Growth w/: – Victorious Church, – Facing the ’90s w/  
          overheads (in color).  
    [binder]  What the Holy Spirit is Saying…/ Facing the ’90s / Church in the ‘  
          90s Syllabus  
    [folder]  Contracts, various Wimber books.  
    Signs and Wonders and Church Growth.”  John Wimber.  Vineyard  
          Ministries International  Placentia, CA U.S.A.  1984.  
    Equipping the Saints  
      Volume  1, Number 2, March/April 1987 [2 copies]  
      Volume  1, Number 3, May/June 1987 [2 copies]  
      Volume  1, Number 4, July/August 1987 [2 copies]  
      Volume  1, Number 5, September/October 1987 [2 copies]  
      Volume  2, Number 1, Winter 1988 [2 copies]  
      Volume  2, Number 3, Summer 1988 [2 copies]  
      Volume  2, Number 4, Fall 1988 [1 copy]  
      Volume  3, Number 1, Winter 1989 [1 copy]  
Volume  3, Number 4, Fall 1989 [1 copy]
Volume  4, Number 3, Summer 1990 [2 copies]
Volume  4, Number 4, Fall 1990 [1 copy]
Volume  5, Number 1, Winter 1991 [2 copies]
Volume  5, Number 2, Spring 1991 [3 copies]
      Volume  5, Number 3, Summer 1991 [2 copies]  
Volume  6, Number 1, Winter 1992 [3 copies]
Volume  6, Number 2, Spring 1992 [1 copy]
Volume  6, Number 3, Summer 1992 [1 copy]
Volume  6, Number 4, Fall 1992 [1 copy]
Volume  7, Number 2, Spring 1993 [1 copy]
      Volume  7, Number 3, Summer 1993 [1 copy]  
Volume  7, Number 4, Fall 1993 [2 copies]
First Quarter 1994 [2 copies]
Second Quarter 1994 [1 copy]
Fall 1994 [1 copy]
Volume  8, Number 1, Winter 1994 [2 copies]
      Fourth Quarter 1994 [1 copy]  
First Quarter 1995 [1 copy]
Second Quarter 1995 [1 copy]
Third Quarter 1995[1 copy]
Second Quarter 1996 [1 copy]
Third Quarter 1996 [1 copy]
    Equipping the Saints  “Kinships” by John Wimber and Sam Thompson  
    nfimagazine / The New Frontiers International Magazine  
      Issue No. 1, Winter 1998  
    Renewing Australia June 1987, Number 6 “John Wimber Edition”  
    Frontline International March/April 1993  
    On Being February 1988  
    On Being February 1989  
    First Fruits Vineyard Ministries International  Sept.-Dec. 1986  
  Box 2: [box of cereal, joke]  Kellogg’s Vineyard Grapenuts.  
    New Vision for Today’s Christian Vol. XII, No. 5, John Wimber  
      “Discovering New Power for Evangelism” p. 3-6.  
    SA Vernuwing SA Renewal Vol. 9, No. 1, John Wimber  
      “Jesus and the Kingdom of God” p. 10-14.  
    SA Vernuwing SA Renewal Vol. 9, No. 6, Nov./Dec. 1986, John  
      Wimber.  “Push Forward the Kingdom” p. 8-9  
    SA Renewal SA Vernuwing Vol. 10, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 1987, John  
      Wimber.  “Faith and Deeds: A Match Made in Heaven” p. 6-8.  
    SA Renewal, Nov./Dec. 1986, stapled to First Fruits, July 1985 “Push  
      Forward the Kingdom”  
    Hechos Volumen 11, Numero 6, Septembre/Octobre 1987, “Despegue  
      Hasta Los Tres Mil En Cinco Anos” por John Wimber, p. 2-5; 18-23.  
    Hechos Volumen 11, Numero 7, Noviembre/Diciembre 1987, “El  
      Siguiente Paso” p. 18-21.  
    Equipped/eQ. Volume 1, Issue 1  
    Equipped/eQ. Volume 1, Issue 2.  October 1998.  
    VOV / Voice of the Vineyard.  Winter 1998.  
    “Reflections on the Ministry of John Wimber and His Team in New  
      Zealand August 1986; a discussion paper.”  Humphrey Babbage, General Secretary.  
    Eternity.  July/August 1987, Vol. 38, No. 7/8.  “Powerfully Misleading,”  
      commentary by Walt Chanty  
    “Let the River Flow.”  [conference] Syllabus and General Information.  
      1996.  Vineyard Ministries International.  
    The Reformed Journal.  Vol. 37, No. 6,  June 1987.  “Rallying Around  
      Wimber” on cover, “Wimber and Wacker” inside.  
    Reaching a New Generation; Strategies for Tomorrow’s Church.  Alan  
      J. Roxburgh.  InterVarsity Press, “The Vineyard Movement,” p. 117-121.  
    Aufatmen. Nr. 1/97.  “Zeichen, Wunder & Krebs.”  Von John Wimber,  
      p. 50-52.  
    Gemeinde-Wachstum.  Heft 3/1987, p. 20.  
    C-Magazin.  No. 1, 30 September 1987.  John Wimber.   
      “Beeindruckende Ehrlichkeit.” p. 36.  
    Worship Together.  Issue 10, 4th Quarter, 1994.  “The Musician in  
      Revival” [interview with John Wimber by Stuart Townsend]  
    Health & Healing.  Easter May 6, 1987.  No. 15.  “Healing is  
      Wholeness; Impact of John Wimber.”

About John Boruff

John Boruff is the founder of, a husband, father, and sometimes an open air preacher. He graduated from UNC Pembroke in 2008 with a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion and views himself as a Baptistic Pentecostal. As a Christian, he feels connected with all members of the body of Christ, but can identify the most with churches like the Assemblies of God and the Vineyard. In 2015, he released "The Gospel of Jesus Christ," which is meant to be a Bible study for open air preaching. For his other writings, search articles on this site or see the E-Books section.
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