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This Week in AG History -- July 23, 1932

William Simpson was a young man, but he risked it all — and gave his life — to share the gospel along the Tibetan border in China.


This Week in AG History -- July 16, 1961

The roots of the Pentecostal World Fellowship are explored, with a highlight of 1961 Pentecostal World Congress held in Jerusalem.


This Week in AG History -- July 4, 1931

Named "The Most Beautiful Girl in the United States," Edith Mae Pennington discovered that riches and fame left her feeling empty. A visit to a Pentecostal church led her to commit her life to Christ and become an AG pastor.


This Week in AG History -- June 30, 1974

Missionaries Joseph and Ebba Nilsen helped establish the Assemblies of God in the Congo, but it was their young daughter's sensitivity to the Holy Spirit that confirmed God's calling.


This Week in AG History -- June 20, 1954

Bert Webb was saved as a teen in a small-town revival, but God used him in big ways for His glory.


This Week in AG History -- June 16, 1963

An AG missionary kid named Paul Finkenbinder grows up to become "Hermano Pablo" to an entire continent.