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This Week in AG History -- Oct. 21, 1951

Cordas Burnett's passion to see young people grounded in four foundational theological "stones," helped prepare Pentecostal young people with answers to the questions of the age.

David and Goliath – Setting the Stage

This first of a series of eight articles launches an enlightening look at the story of David and Goliath and how it applies to facing life's giants today.

This Week in AG History -- Jan. 24, 1948<br />

Briggs Dingman assumed Pentecostals were deluded, maybe even demon-possessed, but when he discovered Pentecostal beliefs were biblical, it transformed his life and ministry.

Anything Goes?

Gallup poll suggests Americans have fewer qualms about once-verboten sexual behaviors.

Why I Love Our Movement

What makes the Assemblies of God so appealing? Dr. Alan Ehler, Dean of the College of Christian Ministries at Southeastern University (AG), shares his perspective.

Strong Families Make a Healthy Home

Men play a significant role in whether or not their homes are Christ-centered and if their children will continue in their faith as they grow older.