Marston Memorial Historical Center dedicated Zahniser Chapel, located within the World Ministries Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jesus took hold of Jacob DeShazer while was a prisoner in Japan after he was captured during the Doolittle Raid following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor. He went back to Japan as a missionary.
Seen here near the end of his tenure as bishop (1935-64), Leslie R. Marston’s passion for Free Methodist history, was instrumental in founding the Marston Memorial Historical Center.
The Mission of the Free Methodist Historical Society is to preserve Free Methodist heritage and transmit it faithfully to each generation in order to assist the Free Methodist Church in fulfilling its mission.
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The Marston Memorial Historical Center and the B.L. Fisher Library of Asbury Theological Seminary are in partnership to produce digitized materials and reprints of important historical works from the Free Methodist tradition through Asbury Theological Seminary’s First Fruits Press. Of an initial 25 projects proposed, some books have been finished and are currently available at http://place.asburyseminary.edu/freemethodistbooks/. It is the hope of First Fruits Press, the B.L. Fisher Library, Asbury Theological Seminary, and the Marston Historical Center that this partnership will further study and research into the history and influence of the Free Methodist Church by both academics and lay people alike-.