This is a meticulously researched biography of the legendary Maria Woodworth-Etter, a woman who preached of repentance, salvation, holiness. healing, and the baptism of the Holy Spirit in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Historian Grant Wacker said of her, "No one commanded greater awe in the Pentecostal circles."
Carl Brumba described Maria Woodworth-Etter as someone who looked like your grandmother, but who exercised tremendous spiritual authority over sin, disease, and demons. But she was also very human, as flawed and fragile as we all are.
Author Wayne Warner strikes a delicate balance between revealing the woman and portraying her power. A must-read for every spirit-filled Christian. Contains several rare photographs.