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This Week in AG History -- July 8, 1922

There were significant language and cultural barriers, but refugees from the Mexican Revolution in Edna, Texas, who became Christians did what white people in the region weren't permitted to do — invite African-Americans to become a part of their church body.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 28, 1918

Missionary Henry C. Ball's efforts to develop indigenous spiritual leaders among Hispanics in the early 1900s helped create a strong Hispanic presence in the U.S. Assemblies of God today.


Reaching San Antonio 78207

Inner-city church gradually reversing some debilitating neighborhood influences.


This Week in AG History -- June 25, 1927

Alice Luce, a missionary to Hispanics, believed Hispanics would become a strong nation within the U.S. Assemblies of God — she was right.


This Week in AG History — June 26, 1960

Hispanic churches began organizing 100 years ago.