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This Week in AG History -- June 9, 1917

William and Mary Taylor were some of the first AG missionaries, ministering to and helping free women caught in the sex trafficking trade in Japan.


This Week in AG History -- June 4, 1972

A.A. Wilson may not have had an advanced education, but he became a spiritual father to many ministers, a church planter, and a strong leader in the Assemblies of God.


This Week in AG History -- May 29, 1926

Gerrit R. Polman, founder of the Pentecostal movement in the Netherlands, encouraged unity in the Spirit among Pentecostals everywhere as a testimony to others.


This Week in AG History -- May 21, 1961

Owen Carr began his string of successful ministries in the early 1940s by relying on and preaching God's Word, which he still does today.


This Week in AG History -- May 10, 1947

Pentecostal Evangel editor Stanley Frodsham praises those with the foresight to create the National Association of Evangelicals, which also created an opportunity for the Assemblies of God to be ushered into the evangelical mainstream.


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.