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Topeka and Azusa Street are well-known for the origins of the Pentecostal movement, but they weren't the only places where the Holy Spirit was evident.
J. Narver Gortner was a prominent Methodist minister, but an encounter with the Holy Spirit and the healing of his wife led him to become an AG minister who ultimately greatly impacted the doctrine of the Assemblies of God.
Before turning back to Christ and becoming a powerful AG evangelist, Otto Klink was an atheist who served in the office of Kaiser Wilhelm II in Germany.
A.H. Argue played a significant role in the establishment of the Assemblies of God in the U.S. and Canada, while his grandson, Don, later served as president of two AG universities.
George and Stephen Jeffreys were initially opposed to the Pentecostal message, but they would become some of England's premier Pentecostal evangelists.
Charles S. Price was a minister who attended a Pentecostal revival meeting in an attempt to reveal that what was taking place was a fraud, but he left convicted by, convinced of, and filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.