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International AG Churches: Great Needs Produce Great Miracles

AG pastors of International churches from Austria, Africa, Thailand, and Panama share how God is still at work in the midst of the pandemic.


This Week in AG History -- Mar. 6, 1948

Edmund Hodgson became a missionary to the Belgian Congo in Africa, facing many dangers, and ultimately became a martyr for the cause of Christ.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 20, 1964

Morris and Macey Williams served as missionaries to Africa for nearly 40 years, letting their light shine — even when it meant sacrifice — in order to glorify God.


An Embattled, Victorious Church

Despite instances of extreme persecution, like the tragic terrorist attack that killed 14 people on Dec. 2 in Burkina Faso, the Church in Africa is experiencing growth.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 6, 1964

In his younger years, Morris Plotts' revival services landed him in jail for disturbing the peace. He later became a missionary to Africa and saw countless souls won for Christ.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 27, 1932

Emile Chastagner was a self-proclaimed atheist who encountered Christ and ultimately became a missionary to Africa.