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This Week in AG History -- Oct.14, 1922

God used the tragedy of the death of a missionary family's infant son to break down the barriers between the family and the people of Lakhimpur, India.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 4, 1941

Fred Vogler, who immigrated from Australia when he was 17, became an influential leader in the Assemblies of God, including serving as the first executive director of Home Missions — now known as U.S. Missions


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 27, 1930

What did it mean to early Pentecostals to live a life fully consecrated to God?


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 22, 1963

Discover some of the history of Royal Rangers founder Johnnie Barnes, a former Methodist minister who experienced in the infilling of the Holy Spirit.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 13, 1941

Wherever they went, missionaries Melvin and Lois Hodges were strong proponents of developing indigenous churches around the world.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 9, 1951

Amidst increasing worldliness in 1951, General Superintendent Wesley Steelberg challenged the Assemblies of God to not neglect its spiritual heritage.