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This Week in AG History -- Nov. 16, 1929

God took the foul-mouthed, hard-drinking railroad engineer Clement H. Austin and transformed him into a railway evangelist.


This Week in AG History -- Nov. 9, 1958

Arvid Ohrnell, a Pentecostal believer from Sweden, felt called to share Christ with inmates, which ultimately led him to become the first national prison chaplain for the Assemblies of God.


Six Ways to Pray for the 2018 Election

In an election that will have national consequence, here are ways you can pray.


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. 24, 1931

Charles S. Price was a minister who attended a Pentecostal revival meeting in an attempt to reveal that what was taking place was a fraud, but he left convicted by, convinced of, and filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.


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

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