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This article contains the facts, history, and stories of a number of people who were present in William Branham's meetings - you are currently on the topic that is in bold. Click on the picture or the name for the full article.
||Roy Davis wrote "I am the minister who received Brother Branham into the first Pentecostal assembly he ever frequented. I baptized him, and was his pastor for some two years." Roy Davis was also a leader in the K.K.K.
||F.F. Bosworth was a minister who began his ministry under Alexander Dowie, and ended his ministry with William Branham. F.F. Bosworth was over 70 when he met William Branham, but soon joined him in his various domestic and African campaigns. It was not until after Ern Baxter resigned as William Branham's campaign manager, and after F.F. Bosworth's death in 1958 that William Branham began focusing on the teaching a prophetic side of his ministry.
||Ern Baxter was a minister who accompanied William Branham on many campaigns between 1947 and 1953 and acted as his campaign manager. William Branham's meetings were often called the Baxter-Branham meetings, as Ern Baxter would preach before the healing service. Ern Baxter disagreed with many of William Branham's doctrines.
||T. L. Osborn first heard William Branham speak in 1947, after which he and his wife Daisy were inspired to begin their own miracle-ministry in 1949 (OSBORN Ministries International, based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma). T.L. Osborn spoke at William Branham's memorial service in 1966, but disagreed with many of his doctrines.
||Daisy Osborn first heard William Branham speak in 1947, after which she and her husband were inspired to begin their own miracle-ministry in 1949 (OSBORN Ministries International, based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma).
||Leonard Bergen was asked by a minister to act as an usher during one meeting that William Branham held in the late 1940s in Saskatchewan. It was while acting as an usher in the meeting that Leonard witnessed the healing of a crippled boy and a lady with a hunch-back. Leonard disagreed with William Branham's doctrine very strongly.
||Jack Moore was a Pentecostal minister in Shreveport, Louisiana, co-founder of the "Voice of Healing" magazine, and director of the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International. Jack Moore acted as manager for William Branham's evangelistic campaigns in 1947 until Gordon Lindsay took over as manager. The 13th Chapter of Gordon Lindsay's book "William Branham - A Man Sent From God", was written by Jack Moore.
||Gordon Lindsay was the pastor at a church in Ashland, Oregon until he resigned this position in 1947 to become William Branham's campaign manager. He began the Voice of Healing magazine in 1948, and documented William Branham's life story and miraculous campaigns in a book titled "A Man Sent From God." Gordon Lindsay delivered a prophecy to William Branham in 1964 that he would die by the end of 1965 for "walking in the way of Dowie".