In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Maria Woodworth Etter, “the grandmother of the Pentecostal Movement,” astounded many Americans and angered others. She traveled across the country holding revival meetings where the worst sinners in the town were converted, the most diseased were healed, the self-righteous were humbled, and her worst critics were proven wrong. In Maria Woodworth Etter Collection, you will find the complete collection of her life teachings. Fascinated, angered, and frightened by what she called “the power,” the press dubbed her the “Trance Evangelist” because many of those who heard her preach, even the skeptical, fell to the floor under the power of the Holy Spirit in her meetings. At the age of thirteen, Maria answered Gods call to salvation. At that same time, He called her to evangelism, but she resisted that call for many years. Finally, she could resist no more. When she preached to a gathering of family and friends, they fell to the floor weeping or ran out of the house in tears under the power of her message. That first sermon began her ministry of over forty years. We invite you to take a thrilling journey through the early years of the Pentecostal Movement as you experience the life and ministry of Maria Woodworth Etter.