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Alice Garrigus proved age isn't a limitation when God calls as at the age of 52 she helped pioneer the Pentecostal movement in Newfoundland -- where she ministered for the next 39 years.
William Walthall, a Missionary Baptist Church minister, was expelled from the church due to his belief in the baptism of Holy Spirit, and in 1917 brought 36 churches into the Assemblies of God.
Camp meetings often marked moves of God, with many people being first introduced to the Pentecostal message through Assemblies of God district camp meetings that drew thousands from across the United States.
Marie Burgess followed God's leading to start a church in New York City and, despite opposition, it became one of the largest AG churches in the United States.
When Sven Lidman became a Pentecostal, the Swedish press and Christian press in other parts of the world took notice.
He was a Presbyterian minister and church planter who encountered the Holy Spirit and became one of the Assemblies of God's founding fathers.