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This Week in AG History -- Dec. 6, 1941

Robert E. McAlister, viewed by many as the father of the Canadian Pentecostalism, experienced the baptism in the Holy Spirit at the Azusa Street Mission.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 7, 1962

Did you know a Baptist pastor paved the way for the Azusa Street Revival?


State of the Pentecostal Movement

With more than 69 million people worshipping in nearly 371,000 churches globally, the Assemblies of God is part of the fasting-growing movement in the history of Christianity: the Pentecostal movement.


Eye-Opening Pentecostal Heritage Lesson

Impromptu road trip links Bible students to history of AG’s global fellowship.


This Week in AG History -- June 9, 1957

General Superintendent Ernest S. Williams did not accept Christ until he was 19, but he was ordained three years later under the ministry of William J. Seymour, later identifying the experience of being filled with the Holy Spirit as a defining moment in his life.


This Week in AG History -- April 27, 1975

Educator and author Stanley M. Horton influenced multiple generations for Christ, but some may be surprised to learn what he wrote that touched the most lives.