Author:Cecil Polhill

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Cecil Polhill
(1860–1938)
an English missionary. In 1885 he became affiliated with the China Inland Mission as part of the Cambridge Seven missionary band. Polhill returned from China in 1900 in the wake of the Boxer Uprising. In 1908 Polhill visited Los Angeles, where he had a Pentecostal experience. After returning to England Polhill helped Alexander Boddy fund his Pentecostal periodical Confidence. Polhill became the first President of the Pentecostal Missionary Union (PMU), and administered it along China Inland Mission lines.

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