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This Week in AG History -- April 28, 1957

Donald Gee, the British Assemblies of God leader known as "The Apostle of Balance," urged Pentecostal believers to embrace the miraculous but to avoid unbiblical extremes.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 18, 1962

Mainline churches experiencing Pentecost? Yes! Read the accounts of two mainline ministers who experienced the baptism in the Holy Spirit during the charismatic renewal.


AG Camp Receives Unexpected Blessing from a Baptist Church

2020 was a difficult year for many ministries, but a surprise gift from a Baptist church touched the hearts of the directors of an AG camp and retreat center.


Church Anticipates Needs, Pays the Bills

Knowing that deferred utility bills were hanging over the heads of families already in need, Willmar Assembly of God stepped in and made a difference.


This Week in AG History -- June 13, 1931

William Walthall, a Missionary Baptist Church minister, was expelled from the church due to his belief in the baptism of Holy Spirit, and in 1917 brought 36 churches into the Assemblies of God.


The Church

This article originally appeared in the Pentecostal Evangel in a series entitled, "Theology in a Nutshell."