This Week in AG History -- Jan. 19, 1935

Missionary Victor Plymire buried his wife and son, victims of small pox, on a mountainside in China, but God used that sacrifice to give new life to a Chinese church decades later.

Even the Winds Obey Him

Connie McQuin shows no fear twirling around in an F4 tornado.

"God, that's a Bad Idea"

Even though God had performed miracles for pastor Angelo Austria's church, when He asked him to be homeless, it was a message not well received.

No Small Achievements

Trailblazing chaplain to troops in combat is now training cadets at West Point.

The Ring of Pontius Pilate?

A closer look at the Greek text shows the argument against a ring being that of the biblical Pontius Pilate actually helps prove it is his ring.

Blessing MKs

Kansas church holds a yearly holiday banquet for Evangel University students whose parents are on the mission field.

Lighting the Arctic Darkness

Assembly of God in Utqiaġvik, Alaska, is the Fellowship’s northernmost church in the U.S.

New Strategy and Vision Inspires Revive Church Pueblo

When Pastors Deigo and Claudia Castaño applied Acts 2 Journey principles, things began to change at Revive Church Pueblo.

Battalion Tested

The only female chaplain at U.S. Naval Academy fulfills her ministry calling.

This Week in AG History -- Jan. 12, 1935

Legendary AG missionary Anna Ziese's spent her life ministering to the lost and hurting people of China.