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While in New York City, she met Harold Stewart Mc Pherson, an accountant.They were married on May 5, 1912, moved to Providence, Rhode Island and had a son, Rolf Potter Kennedy Mc Pherson, in March 1913.
As a child she would play "Salvation Army" with her classmates, and at home she would gather a congregation with her dolls, giving them a sermon.She decided to dedicate her life to both God and Robert, and after a short courtship, they were married on August 12, 1908, in a Salvation Army ceremony, pledging never to allow their marriage to lessen their devotion to God, affection for comrades, or faithfulness in the Army.The pair's notion of "Army" was very broad, encompassing much more than just the Salvation Army.A few weeks later, a note was received inviting him to join her in evangelistic work.Aimee Semple Mc Pherson and her third husband, David L. To avoid news publicity, they chartered a plane to Yuma, Arizona; and were married in a small ceremony.Mc Pherson's articulation of the United States as a nation founded and sustained by divine inspiration continues to be echoed by many pastors in churches today.
News coverage sensationalized her misfortunes with family and church members; particularly inflaming accusations she had fabricated her reported kidnapping, turning it into a national spectacle..
As a teenager, Mc Pherson strayed from her mother's teachings by reading novels and going to movies and dances, activities which were strongly disapproved of by both the Salvation Army and the religion of her father, James Kennedy, a Methodist.
Novels, though, made their way into the Methodist Church library and with guilty delight, Mc Pherson would read them.
Robert supported them as a foundry worker and preached at the local Pentecostal mission.
Together, they studied the Bible, Aimee claiming Robert taught her all she knew; though other observers state she was far more knowledgeable than she let on.
Hutton assisted in some of Mc Pherson's charity work before their divorce in 1934.