Lonnie Frisbee, a hippie evangelist with the Jesus Movement during the 1960s, was one of the most effective in the new movement's attempts to reach into the 60s counterculture.
Frisbee was an evangelist on staff at Calvary Chapel (a Jesus Movement church founded by Chuck Smith in 1965), and eventually left to join the Vineyard movement in the 1970s.
Pentecostals, like most other conservative Christians, have very traditional views on both gender and sexuality, taking their cues from particular views of certain biblical passages.
Regarding gender, Pentecostals try to mirror what they view as traditional family values.
She was widowed once and twice divorced (both divorces, in 19,were at times when divorce was not generally accepted in the general population, and certainly not accepted in the Pentecostal church).
Meyer explains that her husband has blessed her work and allows her to do her ministry work despite the fact that it keeps her away from the traditional role within the household.Traditionalists view their roles as helpmates-typically as housewives-as a standard that is biblical.