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From Homeless to Collegiate Athlete

He had left home to escape abuse and later attempted suicide, but God had a plan for Matthew Perez's life


SAGU Prof's Son Impacts Hollywood

"I Can Only Imagine" filmmaker supports AG arts emphasis as a training ground.


This Week in AG History -- April 28, 1965

Fifty years ago, when the SAGU American Indian College dedicated its current site in Phoenix , the new campus was little more than a vision — two years later, it was a reality.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 5, 1967

Assemblies of God pioneer Edgar Lee Newby's baptism in the Holy Spirit led to a lifetime of ministry.


The Onetime Foster Baby Who Gives Back

Tammy Nelson, long ago a Highlands Maternity Home infant, devotes her nursing career to helping children at Hillcrest Children’s Home.


Going Places

New Executive Presbyter Melissa Alfaro has accomplished much in her young life, and more could be on the horizon.