John Hyde was born in 1865 in Carthage, Illinois. His father was Reverend Smith Harris Hyde a Presbyterian. John Hyde and his brother Edmund attended seminary together. John looked up to and admired his older brother very much.
Learn more about David du Plessis, the South African-born Pentecostal minister who helped spread the baptism of the Holy Spirit worldwide and worked tirelessly to unite the Pentecostal and Catholic churches. David Johannes du Plessis(7 February 1905 – 2 February 1987) was a South African-born Pentecostal minister. He was one of the main founders of the charismatic movement that spread the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues to non-Pentecostal churches worldwide. David du Plessis was known as Mr. Pentecost.
Discover the inspirational story of William "Billy" Bray - an unlettered tin miner who found salvation in November 1823 and went on to become a famous Methodist preacher known as "God's man with a shout." Learn about his enthusiasm for the Lord and joyous expressions of worship that were a powerful witness to the love of Christ. Billy Bray said, "My comrades used to tell me that was no religion, dancing, shouting, and making so much-to-do, but I was born in the fire and could not live in the smoke."
Discover the legacy of Edward Irving, an apostolic pioneer whose views resulted in his being found guilty of heresy and deposed from the ministry. Edward Irving was an apostolic pioneer. He was invited to be the minister of Caledonian Chapel in London, July 1822, when he was almost thirty. He had recently completed all the stringent requirements to obtain a "License to Preach" in the Scottish Church and was ready for service. Most people, however, in Scotland did not like his flamboyant style, but in London it was different.
Explore the history and legacy of the Azusa Street Revival, the momentous 1906 Pentecostal revival founded by William Joseph Seymour, an African American religious leader. Azusa Street Revival was founded by William Joseph Seymour, co-founder of modern Pentecostalism and one of America’s greatest African American religious leaders.The revival sparked a mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Many saved, healed, and baptized with the Holy Ghost, with evidence of speaking in tongues.
A. A. Allen was a controversial figure, but it didn't stop him from pioneering revival and proclaiming the miraculous power of God wherever he went. A. A. Allen was a type of apostolic forerunner who was incredibly gifted and dramatic, and while he faced many accusations and controversies, he refused to back down from his calling. His revival campaigns saw thousands gathering under his tent and he was one of the first to open his meetings to interracial crowds.
Uncover the inspiring story of Jack Coe, a remarkable healing evangelist known for his faith-building sermons, boldness in the Spirit of God, and his arrest for practicing medicine without a license in 1956. Jack Coe was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on March 11th, 1918.
Experience the incredible life and healing ministry of Smith Wigglesworth - God's Apostle of Faith. Smith Wigglesworth was God's apostle of faith. Married to Polly Wigglesworth they impacted the world with divine healing and faith toward God.