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An Aussie in the Hawkeye State

Jesse Newman finds a receptive audience in a suburban Des Moines church plant.


Planting in Pandemic

Pastor launching church in Alabama has to improvise after shutdown.


This Week in AG History -- June 24, 1950

Alice Garrigus proved age isn't a limitation when God calls as at the age of 52 she helped pioneer the Pentecostal movement in Newfoundland -- where she ministered for the next 39 years.


This Week in AG History -- Apr. 24, 1960

Although missionaries played vital roles, Native American women were also key in the development of the Assemblies of God on U.S. reservations.


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

Clarence Strom's report reveals the growing works in the southeastern section of Alaska in the mid-1960s.


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.