IntroductionThis study is base the research of what is called the radical reformers known as theAnabaptist. It will be discussed on how this group of reformers started up from the attacks fromthe Catholic Church and other groups of the reformation in the 16thcentury. An attempt will bemade to cover the impact and influence that Anabaptist made for the growth and building up ofChristianity and the Church that Jesus instructed his disciples to build. The goal of this paper isto illustrate the foundations based on Scripture to help build other churches related to their beliefsystem that still has a large impact in people’s lives today. Any biblical references, unlessotherwise indicated, will be form the English Standard Version.A Prayer MeetingEarly in the sixteenth century of January a group of followers of Ulrich Zwingli had justattended the Zurich council meeting and instructed that radical town leaders not to endorse theirviews on others. Two of the town leaders walking back had decided that Zwingli’s steps of theReformations was not going far enough and wanted to make additional changes. Bruce Shelleynoted that “Opposition was mounting! Only four days before, the council has warned all parentsto have their babies baptized within eight days of birth or face banishment from the territiory.”1On the walk back “Conrad Grebel and Felix Manz” decided to have a meeting with thegroup to talk about the issues inside Manz house.1. Shelley Bruce L. Church History, In Plain Language, Fourth Edition. (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 2013), 258.1.