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This Week in AG History -- Sept. 30, 1962

Meyer Tan-Ditter was a worldly young man, but after choosing to follow Christ, he was kicked out of his Jewish home only to be called by God to reach Jews for Christ!

This Week in AG History -- Sept. 16, 1973

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the long-awaited Assemblies of God Graduate School now known as the AG Theological Seminary.

This Week in AG History -- Sept. 12, 1936

"Pentecostal Evangel" cartoonist Charles Ramsay, recognized as one of the leading cartoonists of his era, was known for his ability to draw a cartoon that was "equivalent to a sermon."

This Week in AG History -- Sept. 8, 1963

Hardy W. Steinberg served in many ministry capacities, but his preaching and abilities as an educational administrator set him apart.

This Week in AG History -- Sept. 1, 1968

U.S. Navy Chaplain David W. Plank served during the Vietnam War with distinction, ministered at the U.S. Naval Academy, pastored two AG churches, and counted World War II hero, Admiral Chester Nimitz, as a personal friend.

This Week in AG History -- Aug. 22, 1954

Years before the Azusa Street Revival, Carl M. "Daddy" Hanson received the gift of speaking in tongues, so it's no surprise that he became an Assemblies of God minister and a spiritual father to many in the Movement.