John G. Lake was a prominent minister and healer during the early 20th century who had a profound impact on the Pentecostal and charismatic movements. He was born in Michigan in 1870 and raised in a Christian home, attending church from a young age.
Oral Roberts (1918–2009) was an American Christian evangelist and faith healer who rose to fame in the 1950s and 1960s. His charismatic preaching style and miraculous healing claims made him a household name throughout the world.
John Alexander Dowie (May 25, 1847–March 9, 1907) was an Australian-born evangelist and faith healer who is remembered for his establishment of the Christian fundamentalist Christian Apostolic Church. He was born in Melbourne, Australia, to Scottish immigrants, and he showed an early propensity for spiritual things.
Emmette Chilingullah,1856-1936, was an influential missionary to the Cherokee Nation. He was born in 1856 in the Cherokee Nation, present-day Oklahoma. As a young man, he was educated at the Cherokee Male Seminary and the Cherokee Female Seminary and later went on to study at a college in New Jersey. After graduating, he returned to the Cherokee Nation to serve as a missionary.