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This Week in AG history -- June 20, 1942

T.J. Jones began his ministry in England, but his passion for ministering God's Word led him to the United States where he ultimately became an instructor at North Central Bible Institute in Minneapolis.


This Week in AG History -- June 14, 1947

Hans Hauge's encounter with the Holy Spirit led to an incredible revival in Norway that spread to the U.S. General Superintendent G. Raymond Carlson's (1986-1993) spiritual heritage traces back to Hauge's efforts.


This Week in AG History -- May 29, 1926

Gerrit R. Polman, founder of the Pentecostal movement in the Netherlands, encouraged unity in the Spirit among Pentecostals everywhere as a testimony to others.


This Week in AG HIstory -- May 24, 1941

A.H. Argue played a significant role in the establishment of the Assemblies of God in the U.S. and Canada, while his grandson, Don, later served as president of two AG universities.


This Week in AG History -- May 18, 1946

What sets a Pentecostal church apart? P.S. Jones believes the difference is prayer.


This Week in AG History -- May 11, 1952

Alice Reynolds Flower -- Mother Flower to many -- shares timeless words of wisdom for mothers in this historic Pentecostal Evangel article.