John Wimber

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    John Wimber (1934-1997) was an American Christian minister and musician who was a major figure in the charismatic movement. He was born in California and raised in a Baptist family. After a period of personal turmoil, he became a Christian in the early 1960s and began to study the Bible and attend church.

    In the 1970s, Wimber became a member of Calvary Chapel, a large, non-denominational Christian church in Southern California. He became involved in the charismatic movement and began to preach and teach about the gifts of the Holy Spirit, including healing, prophecy, and speaking in tongues.

    In the early 1980s, Wimber founded the Association of Vineyard Churches, which became one of the largest and most influential networks of charismatic churches in the world. He also became a prominent teacher and speaker, traveling the world to preach and teach about the power of the Holy Spirit.

    John Wimber is widely regarded as one of the most important figures in the charismatic movement. His teachings and ministry continue to be influential and have had a profound impact on the Christian church around the world. He is remembered for his passionate preaching, his love for God, and his commitment to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ to all people.
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