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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.


AG Minister Remembered in Smithsonian Display

AG minister Teresa Ruelas was deported in the 1930s to Mexico despite being a U.S. citizen, the Smithsonian used her story in an exhibit that has recently opened.


This Week in AG History — July 14, 1957

A timely warning about compartmentalizing religious beliefs.


This Week in AG History -- June 3, 1944

What Pentecostals can learn from the founder of Methodism.


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.