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Nearly 100 years ago, Canadian Pentecostal pioneer George A. Chambers warned against viewing worship music as entertainment.
Calvin and Marian Olson's missionary work in what was once East Pakistan — now Bangladesh — resulted in their visas not being renewed because “they were converting too many people.”
Minnie Abrams was a young school teacher when God called her to become a missionary to India where she witnessed — and was a part of — the birth of the Pentecostal movement in that country.
Glenn and Nina Renick were AG ministers who God used in multiple ways -- as pastors, evangelists, church planters, and district leaders — to impact countless lives for Him.
Prominent Chinese scholar and future leader Dr. Wang Yun Wu (1888-1979) abandoned atheism in 1924 after he witnessed the miraculous healing of his sister’s eyesight.
Louise Nankivell and her husband, Alfred, traveled the country in evangelistic ministry for decades, with Louise often referred to as "the second Aimee Semple McPherson."