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AA. Allen

AA. Allen

Asa A. Allen (March 27, 1911, in Sulphur Rock, Arkansas - June 11, 1970, in San Francisco), better known as A. A. Allen, was a controversial evangelist with a Pentecostal healing and deliverance ministry. He was, for a time, associated with the "Voice of Healing" movement founded by Gordon Lindsay. He died at the age of 59 in San Francisco. Allen was buried at his ministry headquarters in Miracle Valley, Arizona.[1]

AA. Allen

AA. Allen

Asa A. Allen (March 27, 1911, in Sulphur Rock, Arkansas - June 11, 1970, in San Francisco), better known as A. A. Allen, was a controversial evangelist with a Pentecostal healing and deliverance ministry. He was, for a time, associated with the "Voice of Healing" movement founded by Gordon Lindsay. He died at the age of 59 in San Francisco. Allen was buried at his ministry headquarters in Miracle Valley, Arizona.[1]

YOU...!!

YOU...!!

Jacob was a cheater;
Peter had a temper;
David had an affair;
Noah got drunk;
Jonah ran from God;
Paul was a murderer;
Gideon was insecure;
Miriam was a gossiper;
Martha was a worrier;
Thomas was a doubter;
Sara was impatient;
Elijah was moody;
Moses stuttered;
Zaccheus was short;
Abraham was old and
Lazarus was dead...! Now,what’s YOUR excuse? Can God use you or not? Remember, God does not call the qualified. He qualifies the called!

Katie Souza

Katie Souza

Expected End Ministries is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Prison Ministry based in Maricopa, Arizona. It was founded in 2006 by ex-felon and author Katie Souza. Katie Souza and the EEM team teach and equip people how to move in the supernatural and cause the Kingdom of Heaven to manifest on earth. Through this ministry, thousands of people have experienced physical and emotional healing and have been equipped to fulfill their God given destinies. Expected End Ministries also serves the inmate population in almost 2,000 prisons across the United States and in five countries. Katie is the author of "The Captivity Series: The Key to Your Expected End." Her powerful testimony of turning captivity into promise has changed the lives of countless people around the world. Her book teaches inmates how to take possession of their Kingdom purpose while behind bars.

Word-SWord

Word-SWord

Sword

TB_Joshua - Prophet

TB_Joshua - Prophet

Temitope Balogun Joshua (born June 12, 1963 in Arigidi, Nigeria), commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua, is a Christian minister, televangelist and faith healer. He is leader and founder of the ministry organisation The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), which runs a Christian television station called Emmanuel TV, available on satellite and on the Internet via the Streaming Faith broadcast portal. He is also a notable humanitarian, providing aid to minorities and the underprivileged on national and international scales via Another Ministry. He has been awarded various accolades, notably receiving the National Honour of OFR by the Nigerian government in 2008.[1] He is recognised as one of Africa's 50 most influential people.[2][3] Joshua is known for his popularity across Africa and his online presence, with over 650,000 fans on Facebook[4] and hundreds of YouTube videos which have proved controversial and amassed thousands of views.

Word-SWord

Word-SWord

Oral Roberts

Oral Roberts

Granville "Oral" Roberts (January 24, 1918 – December 15, 2009[2][3]) was an American Methodist-Pentecostal televangelist and a Christian charismatic. He founded the Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association and Oral Roberts University. As one of the most well-known and controversial American religious leaders of the 20th century, Roberts preached a form of Christianity he called seed-faith.[4] His ministries reached millions of followers worldwide spanning a period of over six decades.[5] His healing ministry and bringing American Pentecostalism into the mainstream had the most impact,[6] but he also pioneered TV evangelism and laid the foundations of the prosperity gospel[5] and abundant life teachings.[7]

John Mellor - Ministries

John Mellor - Ministries

Australian healing evangelist, John Mellor grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. As a young man, his life was a mess until one day he surrendered his life to Jesus and became a Christian, beginning a journey that radically turned his life around. Despite this, John struggled to believe in the healing nature of Jesus Christ. Many years later, amongst various challenges, John and his family left their home in Queensland to go to the Northern Territory of Australia, where he worked as a missionary pastor with the tribal Aboriginal people. As the Aboriginal people were so used to the power of their own witch doctors, John soon realised that without true ‘power’, the Good News of Jesus was nothing more than a nice story to them. From a burning desire to see things change, John prayed and fasted for 10 days a month for 5 months and cried out to God to reveal himself in power to these people. It wasn’t long before God began to do miracles and people were healed. The local people, including witch doctors (and even John himself!), were astounded by the miracles that God did amongst them.

Dr. Ananda Stira

Dr. Ananda Stira

Dr. Ananda Stira was born as an orphan and brought up by Christian missionaries till the age of 12. After this he suffered innumerable difficulties because of evil and malicious people who do not care for the neglected in the society. Inspite of being abused, deprived of all worldly amenities and sick with asthma and kidney problem he was a very good student. Even then, he was denied higher education aching for true love he attempted suicide more than hundred times. Each time the Lord saved him and gave him a new life. Working hard, he educated himself and became a pathology research scholar. The Lord lifted him and enabled him to earn well. Though he could not earn a single degree because of bias and prejudice, the Lord blessed him to finish his doctorate.

Dr. Lester Sumrall (1913-1996)

Dr. Lester Sumrall (1913-1996)

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Lester Sumrall entered full-time ministry after being miraculously healed of tuberculosis at the age of 17. He ministered in 110 nations. He also wrote more than 130 books and founded both an evangelistic association that continues to spread the Gospel around the world and a broadcasting organization that owns and operates television and radio stations that reaches people in every corner of the globe. In 1987, he founded LeSEA Global Feed the Hungry, which has given millions of pounds of food and supplies valued at millions of dollars to people in need all over the world. His passion for knowing God and making Him known to the ends of the earth astounded all who met him.

Herrmann Zaiss

Herrmann Zaiss

Hermann Zaiss, Heilungsprediger aus Solingen-Ohligs. (* 3. September 1889 in Untertürkheim; † 14. November 1958) Wirkte besonders von 1944-1958 (bis zu seinem Tod durch einen Autounfall) und gründete die ecclesia-Bewegung. ""Ich kenne keinen anderen deutschen Prediger, in dessen Dienst so viele Heilungen passiert sind.""

Nathan Morris

Nathan Morris

Nathan Morris (born 1979) is a British evangelist known for the Bay of the Holy Spirit Revival, or Bay Revival a spiritual event touring the USA and being broadcast internationally on television. He is also the founder of Shake the Nations, an organisation that holds Gospel crusades and undertakes humanitarian work in developing countries. The most publicised of these was Delia Knox, a woman who was paralysed for 22.5 years but has walked since Nathan Morris prayed for her. The video of this has received 395,808 hits on YouTube.[3] The story was covered in the UK national newspaper, Daily Mail in an article entitled 'It's a miracle! After 23 years in a wheelchair, woman walks again and says it is all down to spiritual healing'.

William Branham

William Branham

William Marrion Branham (April 6, 1909 – December 24, 1965) was a Christian minister, usually credited with founding the post World War II divine healing movement.[3] Many Pentecostal Christians welcomed his evangelistic and healing ministry, and some considered him to be a prophet. According to David Harrell, "Branham's healing power became a world-wide legend". Branham's most controversial revelation was his claim to be the end-time prophet to the Bride of Christ although this was never explicitly stated.[5] He believed that Christians needed to return to the original apostolic faith of the Bible, often referring to Malachi 4:5–6 and Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.

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