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The First Jesus Freak “A pot-smokin’, LSD-droppin’ seeker turned Calvary Chapel into a household name. So why is Lonnie Frisbee missing from church history?”, Orange County Weekly, Mar. 4-10, 2005
Ears on Their Heads, But They Don’t Hear “Spreading the real message of Frisbee”, Orange County Weekly, Apr. 15 – 21, 2005
Interview with David Di Sabatino by Peter Chattaway. Full version. Edited version published by Christianity Today on April, 19, 2005.
The Jesus People Movement: An Annotated Bibliographical Resource and Guide By David Di Sabatino. The book deals with The Jesus People Movement, and as such includes information about Lonnie Frisbee.
Lonnie Frisbee Testimony Part 1 The person who uploaded this video (which consists of still shots of Lonnie) to Google Videos wrote the following introduction:
Lonnie Frisbee was asked to speak by Pastor John Wimber at his church on Mother’s Day 1988. This is the turning point for Wimber concerning … all » the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. God poured out the Holy Spirit on this meeting. It confused John at first, until Tom Stype called him to tell him it was of God. Pay close attention to how Lonnie “sets the table” for the outpouring in this first part…
This is perhaps one of the prime examples of Lonnie’s ministry style. At the end listen closely to the … all » chaos that transpired as the Holy Spirit honors lonnie’s ministering. People fell over one another, slain by the Holy Spirit, and began speaking in tongues! The girl playing the guitar trys to maintain some “respectability” by playing worship songs as everything is taking place. Unfortunately the audio tech lowered Lonnie’s mike and went to the girl’s mic as the primary feed. But if you listen closely you can hear Lonnie “doing~the~stuff” in the background. It is believed by some that this very meeting inspired the Vineyard Church movement.
Lonnie Frisbee ministering at Tom Stipe’s Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Denver, Colorado
Lonnie Frisbee Brief appearance of Lonnie Frisbee on the Kathryn Kuhlman show.