$25.00 - Signs And Wonders - Maria Woodworth-Etter's ministry is often called the most powerful of the modern era. Both she and her audiences reported many visions they had; hundreds of thousands were saved through her ministry, and on many occasions she received supernatural protection against murderous enemies. Discover how God is willing and able to reveal Himself through Signs and Wonders in the lives of believers today. "How great are His signs, and how mighty are His wonders! His Kingdom is an everlasting Kingdom, and His dominion is from generation to generation." Daniel 4:3
$19.25 - For Such a Time as This is the meticulously researched, tenderly written biography of the legendary Maria Woodworth-Etter, a woman before her time, who preached of repentance, salvation, holiness, healing, and the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Her success inspired Aimee Semple McPherson and paved the way for Kathryn Kuhlman, Marilyn Hickey, and Joyce Meyer. Historian Grant Wacker said of her, "No one commanded greater awe in the Pentecostal circles." Carl Brumback described her as "looking just 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. Warner strikes a delicate balance for the reader between revelaing the woman and portraying per power. A must-read for every spirit-filled Christian.
$17.50 The Evangelist - Maria Woodworth-Etter was considered one of the most significant evangelists of the late 19th and 20th centuries. Unlike many other writings about her, this present work focuses on the unique manifestations that set her apart from other ministers of her era, and on the persecution that they engendered.