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This Week in AG History -- Sept. 27, 1930

What did it mean to early Pentecostals to live a life fully consecrated to God?


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 16, 1937

E.S. Williams led the Assemblies of God in roughly doubling in size during the Great Depression while urging unity through Christian fellowship, love, and worship.


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.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 10, 1940

Since the 14th century, tracts have spread the gospel message, with the Pentecostal message coming to light through tracts as well since the early 1900s.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 29, 1934

E. S. Williams, AG general superintendent during the Great Depression and through WWII, urged the Fellowship to remain sound in its doctrine and strong in evangelism at home and on foreign fields throughout the coming year.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 11, 1937

While the Great Depression of the 1930s devastated many segments of American Christianity, the Assemblies of God saw significant growth.