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She was encouraged to seek sinless perfection after attending Phoebe Palmer's meetings, and in 1868 she claimed to have received the experience.She became "a leading light" to bring Black churches into the holiness doctrine (Synan, The Holiness-Pentecostal Tradition, p. LILIAN BARBARA YEOMANS (1861-1942) claimed a healing in January 1898 under the ministry of John Dowie. and Canada off and on until she was eighty years old. Baker, founded the Elim Faith Home (1895), the Elim Tabernacle (1904), and the Rochester Bible Training School (1906), in Rochester, New York.In September 1907 she claimed to experience entire sanctification with the speaking of tongues. A series of letters about the Pentecostal experience, published under the title Pentecostal Letters, was influential. Many of the early Pentecostal leaders were trained at this institution.In her later years she taught on the faculty of Aimee Semple Mc Pherson's Bible school (Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, p. THE DUNCAN SISTERS, Susan Duncan, Hattie Duncan, Nellie Fell, M. MARIE BROWN (1880-1971) and her husband Robert were the founders and pastors of the influential Pentecostal Glad Tidings Tabernacle in New York City.This was the movement out of which the Pentecostal movement grew. Phoebe Palmer had a vast influence through her speaking ministry and writings.
Women in leadership roles at Azusa included Jennie Evans Moore (who married Seymour in 1908), Mrs. Women also led in singing and sometimes preached to the congregation at Azusa.The pastor of William Seymour's church in Houston before he began attending Charles Parham's Bible School in 1905 was a woman, LUCY FARROW.She was later associated with Seymour at Azusa Street, and conducted her own preaching campaigns in Virginia, Liberia, and other places.The two became affiliated with the Assemblies of God in 1916, two years after it was organized, and they founded the Glad Tidings church in 1921.It was a hub for Pentecostalism in that part of the country.
She served as president of the Bethel Pentecostal Assembly missionary board from 1910 to her death in 1921.