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This Week in AG History -- Nov. 24, 1974

Historian and theologian William W. Menzies gave thanks for the heritage of the Assemblies of God as he examined seven characteristics of early Pentecostals.


This Week in AG History -- Nov. 8, 1924

The founders of the Assemblies of God recognized diversity in its ranks, embracing a "unity of the Spirit" while seeking a "unity of faith."


Finding Her Voice

Janet Alexander incorporates ventriloquism in her nursing-home ministry.


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 -- May 5, 1974

Don and Virginia Corbin served decades as AG missionaries to Africa and in missionary leadership, but they can trace their success to what God did in their families' past.