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This Week in AG History — July 5, 1964

During 1964, the Assemblies of God booth at the World’s Fair in New York recorded over 69,000 visitors.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 30 1932

Florence Murcutt was likely the first surgeon to also serve as an Assemblies of God missionary, serving as a missionary to Mexicans for more than two decades.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 16, 1970

J. Roswell and Alice Flower's influence and impact on the Assemblies of God's first 40 years — and beyond — has few rivals.


Native American Evangelists Honored in New Exhibit at Heritage Center

Rodger Cree, Charlie Lee, George G. Effman, and many other Native American evangelists are honored in the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center museum's new exhibit for April.


Eye-Opening Pentecostal Heritage Lesson

Impromptu road trip links Bible students to history of AG’s global fellowship.


This Week in AG History -- January 27, 1934

"Fake news" isn't anything new — in 1934 Pentecostal Evangel Associate Editor Charles E. Robinson warned readers about believing a potentially dangerous hoax of that day.