Without brave men and women blazing the trail to annihilate spiritual prejudice and ignorance and taking God’s people to a new level, we would not have liberty, life, and the pursuit of Christ we experience today.
“If I have seen further than other men, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”
Sir Isaac Newton
A. A. Allen
It has been said that beyond a doubt, A. A. Allen had prayed the prayer of faith for the healing and deliverance of more people than any other known evangelist alive in the world today.
God led Erickson to the mission fields of South America, the Philippines, and England. “Gordon Lindsay described the miraculous power of God through Erickson’s ministry in Chile in 1952.
Determined to have God’s best, regardless of the cost, Rev. Gardner sought God even more. He prayed for the sick in all his meetings, and he saw miracles of healing that shook cities and brought great revivals.
Phillip B. McKinney
In his own words, Bro. McKinney said, “A giant oak springs from a small acorn, but bend it when it is young, and it will grow into an old, crooked tree. Now in order to be perfect, you should take the WHOLE Word of God and study it”
Dr. Charles S. Price
With the compassion of Christ, Dr. Price ministered to the sick and afflicted and offered himself to God to spend and be spent.
Wigglesworth said, “To hunger and thirst after righteousness is when nothing in the world can fascinate us so much as being near to God.”