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This Week in AG History -- June 30, 1974

Missionaries Joseph and Ebba Nilsen helped establish the Assemblies of God in the Congo, but it was their young daughter's sensitivity to the Holy Spirit that confirmed God's calling.


This Week in AG History -- Mar. 6, 1948

Edmund Hodgson became a missionary to the Belgian Congo in Africa, facing many dangers, and ultimately became a martyr for the cause of Christ.


Planting a Beachhead in Maine

Northpoint Bible College students are leading a church restart in a Maine county where 69% of the residents have no religious affiliation.


West and Central Africa Propelling Jesus Forward

Through the work of AG missionaries and indigenous AG churches in Africa, churches are being planted, ministers are being trained, and people are being led to the Lord.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 21, 1940

Ernest Lindholm lost his life on the missions field in the Belgian Congo, but his wife, Grace, remained committed to her calling, ultimately running a mission for hundreds of Congolese with leprosy.


This Week in AG History -- June 9, 1968

The Pentecostal message isn't just for adults — it touches the hearts of children and young people just as well!