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This Week in AG History -- July 3, 1966

Harold and Beatrice Kohl served the Assemblies of God as evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and educators as they helped establish the Far East Advanced School of Theology.


This Week in AG History -- June 24, 1950

Alice Garrigus proved age isn't a limitation when God calls as at the age of 52 she helped pioneer the Pentecostal movement in Newfoundland -- where she ministered for the next 39 years.


This Week in AG History -- June 16, 1934

In the 1930s, P. C. Nelson recognized the importance of the Assemblies of God helping Pentecostal young people fulfill God's calling on their lives — even if it wasn't into the ministry.


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.


This Week in AG History -- May 29, 1937

Camp meetings often marked moves of God, with many people being first introduced to the Pentecostal message through Assemblies of God district camp meetings that drew thousands from across the United States.


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.