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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 2, 1926

John Eric Booth-Clibborn, a 29-year-old missionary, died just two weeks after arriving in Africa, but he is remembered as a hero of the faith in Burkina Faso.


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 -- March 13, 1943

Paul Kitch lost his wife and daughter on the mission field to disease, then the ship he and his son were returning to American on was sunk by a German U-boat, leaving them adrift in a lifeboat on the Atlantic — could God possibly use these tragedies for good?


This Week in AG History -- March 26, 1938<br>

AG missionaries Paul and Virginia Weidman suffered great tragedies on the mission field, including the loss of their young son — were their efforts worth the price?


This Week in AG History -- January 2, 1926

John Eric Booth-Clibborn died just two weeks after arriving on the mission field, but his courageous wife viewed the painful loss as an opportunity for God to be glorified.