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This Week in AG History -- July 16, 1961

Mabel Dean may have only stood 4 feet, 9 inches tall, but to countless children — and adults — in Egypt, she was a spiritual giant.

Reaching the Nations, No Passports Needed

AG U.S. missionary serves ethnic church planters and pastors in one of the country’s most culturally diverse cities.

Teen Walks Across Alabama for Speed the Light

Despite soaring temperatures and intense humidity, Grason Wallace and Tyler Sawyer, the student pastor for Enterprise First Assembly, trekked across southern Alabama and raised thousands of dollars for Speed the Light.

This Week in AG History -- July 9, 1932

Despite their government's best efforts to quash the growing movement, Pentecostals in Bulgaria constituted the majority of Protestants in that country by the time World War II began.

Radiant Life Church wins 2024 Teen Bible Quiz National Finals

The Bible quiz team from Radiant Life Church of Dublin, Ohio, secured the title after just three days of quizzing at the 61st national finals held in Dallas last week.

Missionary Training: Preparing Missionary Associates for their Mission Field

AGWM missionary associate candidates recently took part in the two-week intensive Missionary Training program to help equip them and prepare them spiritually for their future ministry.

SEU Receives $1.4 Million Grant for Link Program

Southeastern University's Link program for young adult students with mild intellectual disabilities had its grant renewed for the third time — garnering nearly triple the amount of the original grant.

This Week in AG History -- July 5, 1941

Ben Hardin, who became known as "Little Ben," was an early AG minister who spent his life following God's leading, including pastoring the famous Stone Church in Chicago, becoming Southern California district superintendent, and fulfilling many other roles in his 40 years of ministry.

The Best Weekend Ever

The Indiana district hosts a family camp designed specifically for foster and adoptive parents.

Spiritual Life

Let's Pray: 30 Days of Prayer for Our Nation

AGUSM Executive Director Choco De Jesús encourages believers to participate in the Let's Pray prayer initiative beginning Aug. 1.

Fourth of July Truths

Independence Day is a reminder of three realities for Christians.

Engaging LGBTQ: Four Principles for Parents

Linda Seiler, author of “TRANS-Formation: A Former Transgender Responds to LGBTQ,” shares encouragement for parents of children who identify as LGBTQ.

Half-Sight, Full Faith: Trusting God through Life's Challenges

Jodi Detrick, an ordained AG minister, shares about her ongoing experience with her loss of sight and how such challenging times help Christians come to more fully understand "walking by faith."

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