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This Week in AG History -- June 11, 1921

D.W. Kerr's 1921 observations of the qualities a Pentecostal should exhibit as a worker or businessperson still hold true for today.


Credibility – the Fruit of the Spirit in Witness

Along with boldness to proclaim the gospel, the baptism in the Holy Spirit brings an increased capacity to emulate the character Jesus.


This Week in AG History -- July 30, 1932

Myer Pearlman revealed how the culture at the time of the first church was very similar to the Western culture of the 1930s, which is very similar to today.


The Little-Known Story of the Queen of Katwe — and More!

A missionary, children in the slums of Uganda, chess, and Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington, may not seem to have a connection, until you add God into the picture!