Phoebe Palmer. Holiness Movement. John Alexander Dowie. Maria Woodworth Etter. Shearer Schoolhouse Revival. Charles Mason. Welsh Revival. CHAPTER THREE: Charles Parham—The Father of Pentecost.
PHOEBE. PALMER. (D. 1874). Phoebe Palmer Phoebe Palmer was born in 1807 and is considered to be “The Mother of the ... The success of Phoebe Palmer's informal meetings encouraged other women to conduct the same type of ministry, ...
Whoever promotes holiness in all this country, must build upon the deep-laid foundations of this holy woman,” wrote a leading minister upon the death in 1874 of Phoebe Palmer (See http://www.messiah.edu/whwc/articles/articles26.htm).
Phoebe never sought fame. All that she ever wanted was to experience Holy Spirit power. One of the many women stirred by Palmer's example was Mrs. Amanda Smith (1837-1915). Smith, an African-American, born a slave in Maryland, ...
Even though few women were in the pulpit at the time, like Phoebe Palmer, Maria didn't doubt her call and joined other women of that century to rise above the male prejudice against women in ministry. In her earlier ministry, ...
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