E. J. Boehmer
Boehmer was a friend of Frank Bartleman. According to Bartleman's How Pentecost Came to Los Angeles , the two prayed together and shared a burden for revival in Southern California. Bartleman called Boehmer "a wonderful man of prayer."
Of German descent, Boehmer became convinced that the revival at Azusa Street was real when he heard someone speak fluently in his native tongue. He received the Holy Ghost baptism at Azusa in August 1907.
Later, Boehmer journeyed to the southern United States where he aligned with the Church of God (Cleveland, TN) and evangelized throughout Appalachia. He died in 1953.
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