For almost thirty years, twenty million people tuned in weekly to Charles E. Fuller and the "Old Fashioned Revival Hour." Sunday after Sunday, they listened over radio as the crowd, gathered in Long Beach Auditorium, wafted the strains of "Jesus Saves" around the world. In this firsthand account Daniel P. Fuller chronicles the life and work of his father, a man whose name is almost synonymous with gospel broadcasting and who founded the theological seminary that bears his name. The strong evangelistic urge that dominated Charles E. Fuller's ministry permeates every page of Give the Winds a Mighty Voice.
The early broadcasts, the struggle for financial support to stay on the air, and the sermons full of fiery concern for the lost made Charles E. Fuller an unparalleled phenomenon in the history of religious radio. More than that, he was a personal friend to those who gathered to hear the old gospel preached by a man who believed the whole Bible.
Daniel Fuller probes into the deep intentions that motivated his father to strive by faith, and often against seemingly impossible odds, to keep the broadcast going. Quoting from the thousands of letters that arrived daily, he recounts the response that millions made as they listened around the world.
The biography of Charles E. Fuller is the story of a religious movement. As you read Give the Winds a Mighty Voice, you will relive both the disappointments and the victories of which so many people were a part. Christians in every land are part of the rich heritage bestowed by Charles E. Fuller through the medium of gospel broadcasting. Your memory of the tradition will be enriched and cherished as you read this moving account of his life and thought.