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Former U.S. Missions Leader Dies

Charles Hackett, who led the AG ministry for 14 years, succumbs at 86.


Improbable Vision, Improbable Pastor

Romeo Leal laughed at the thought of being a pastor -- he knew what kind of person he was -- but God knew what kind of person he could be . . .


This Week in AG History -- April 11, 1931

Elsie Peters was an early pioneer in Deaf Culture Ministries.


Living for Jesus . . . in a Wheat Field?

God doesn't always call people to a path that has a clear job description — 18-year-old Camden Johnson has come to understand and embrace whatever God has for him.


This Week in AG History -- March 22, 1970<br />

He experienced the American dream, then God gave him another one.


The Car that Continued a Legacy

A Congolese AG pastor now living in the United States is blessed by the son of missionaries who went to the Congo in 1928.