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Angola: Freed from Fear

Missionaries Ron and Donna Mueller continue to witness God's ongoing triumph over spiritual darkness in Angola.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 11, 1923

A swarm of locust turns out to be a blessing, not a curse, for the native people and missionaries in this historic article.


Bangladesh: "From One Disaster to the Next"

While battling the pandemic, the country of Bangladesh is now also struggling with extreme flooding as up to one-half of the nation is estimated to be underwater.


Old Chickens, Unexpected Blessings

When 30 AG pastors in the Philippines recently received a desperately needed gift of food, each package included an old hen that no longer produced eggs . . . the chickens apparently failed to get that note.


"Armored" Workers Bring Hope to Families, Pastors in El Salvador

Workers with King's Castle in El Salvador wear masks and gloves against COVID-19, and King's Castle T-shirts to protect them from violence while bringing hope to hurting people.


BGMC Assists Missionaries in Guatemala Facing COVID-19 Fallout

In Guatemala, poverty-stricken people fear starvation more than the coronavirus.