Carrie Judd Montgomery

Carrie Judd Montgomery

Carrie Frances Judd Montgomery (April 8, 1858-July 26, 1946) was an editor, philanthropist, woman preacher, faith healer, evangelist, radical evangelical, and writer. She was influential in the American Divine Healing Movement in the late 19th century. Additionally, she played a significant role in promoting Faith healing and Pentecostalism throughout her writings. She was the first to open a healing home on the West Coast.

Read more about Carrie Judd Montgomery:  Childhood, Introduction To Faith Healing, Ministry, Marriage, Pentecostalism

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