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This Week in AG History -- April 15, 1944

Stanley H. Frodsham, longtime editor of the Pentecostal Evangel, noted nearly 77 years ago that the Assemblies of God continued to be a fellowship united around a vision of cooperation in world evangelism — a vision that continues today.


This Week in AG History -- Nov. 14, 1914

The second General Council held in Chicago, led to an unexpected, but formational decision concerning missions in the Assemblies of God.


Acts 2 Journey: "Rallying Cry" for Church of Any Size

An AG church in southern Idaho saw a need to improve in multiple areas in order to be more effective in the Great Commission — the Acts 2 Journey was their answer.


This Week in AG History -- May 23, 1954

James Stewart urged believers to each take personal responsibility for the Great Commission, stating that mass evangelism will never be a substitute for personal evangelism and that a true move of God must catch fire at the grass roots.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 18, 1964

Sharing Christ with the world has been at the core of the Assemblies of God since its inception.


Pastors Bear Witness to the Power of Missions Involvement

Two lead pastors share how by following the Great Commission through missions has blessed their churches.