Howard Carter was a pioneer in the Pentecostal Christian faith. Born in Birmingham, England, he eventually took over the first Pentecostal Bible School in the city. In 1913,
Dare to Believe by Evangelist Smith Wigglesworth is an inspirational book about faith and the power of prayer. Wigglesworth believes that faith, in whatever form it takes, should be the cornerstone of everything we strive for.
J. Roswell Flower (1841–1918) was an American preacher and religious leader who gained prominence in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was a prominent figure in the Methodist Episcopal Church, and he was a leader in the development of the Holiness Movement in the United States.
Phoebe Palmer (1807–1874) was an American evangelist, revivalist, and Christian holiness advocate. She was born on November 18th, 1807, in New York City to a Methodist family.
William Booth was born in 1829 in Nottingham, England. He was the second of eight children born to a Methodist family. His father was a builder, and his mother was a homemaker.