April 27, 1934 - April 12, 2013
Evangelist and Author
From New York City
Served in many settings as a traveling preacher
"The temptation of the age is to look good without being good."
November 7, 1918 – February 21, 2018
From North Carolina
Served around the world
"During all my years as an evangelist, my message has always been the Gospel of Christ. It is not a Western religion, nor is it a message of one culture or political system. … It is a message of life and hope for all the world."
May 2, 1870 - September 28, 1922
Preacher at the Azusa Street Revival
From Centerville, Louisiana
Served in Los Angeles, California
"There are many wells today, but they are dry. There are many hungry souls today that are empty. But let us come to Jesus and take Him at His Word and we will find wells of salvation, and be able to draw waters out of the well of salvation, for Jesus is that well."
November 19, 1862 - November 6, 1935
Baseball Player and Evangelist
From Story County, Iowa
Served in Chicago, Illinois
"Hypocrites in the Church? Yes, and in the lodge and at the home. Don't hunt through the Church for a hypocrite. Go home and look in the mirror. Hypocrites? Yes. See that you make the number one less."
December 18, 1807 - November 2, 1874
Evangelist, Writer and Founder of the Five Points Mission in 1850, a mission to the slum area in New York City
From New York City
Served in New York City, New York
"God's time is now. The question is not, ‘What have I been?’ or ‘What do I expect to be?’ but, ‘Am I now trusting in Jesus to save to the uttermost?’ If so, I am now saved from all sin."
August 29, 1792 - August 16, 1875
Pastor, Educator, Theologian
From Warren, Connecticut
Served in Oberlin, Ohio
"A revival may be expected when Christians have a spirit of prayer for a revival. That is, when they pray as if their hearts were set upon it. When Christians have the spirit of prayer for a revival. When they go about groaning out their hearts desire. When they have real travail of soul."
December 27, 1714 - September 30, 1770
Evangelist during the First Great Awakening, Founder of an Orphanage in Savannah, GA, Co-Founder with Benjamin Franklin of the University of Pennsylvania and Founding Member of Methodism
From Gloucester, England
Served in England and Colonial America
"You may have orthodox heads, and yet you may have the devil in your hearts."
June 28, 1703 - March 2, 1791
Itinerant Preacher and Founder of Methodism
From Lincolnshire, England
Served in London, England
Affiliation: Anglican and Methodism
"Give me one hundred preachers who fear nothing but sin, and desire nothing but God, and I care not a straw whether they be clergymen or laymen; such alone will shake the gates of hell and set up the kingdom of heaven on Earth."