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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 30 1932

Florence Murcutt was likely the first surgeon to also serve as an Assemblies of God missionary, serving as a missionary to Mexicans for more than two decades.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 30, 1920

George and Stephen Jeffreys were initially opposed to the Pentecostal message, but they would become some of England's premier Pentecostal evangelists.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 19, 1929

A collection of vignettes of key Hispanic pioneers that helped shape the Assemblies of God.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 11, 1937

While the Great Depression of the 1930s devastated many segments of American Christianity, the Assemblies of God saw significant growth.


The Centennial of the Assemblies of God in Springfield

One hundred years ago, Springfield, Missouri, became the home of the Assemblies of God national offices not by chance, but by God's design.


Native American Evangelists Honored in New Exhibit at Heritage Center

Rodger Cree, Charlie Lee, George G. Effman, and many other Native American evangelists are honored in the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center museum's new exhibit for April.