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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 27, 1952

First Assembly in Memphis, Tennessee, already had a rich heritage by the 1950s, due in part to its pastors, including James E. Hamill.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 16, 1937

E.S. Williams led the Assemblies of God in roughly doubling in size during the Great Depression while urging unity through Christian fellowship, love, and worship.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 3, 1969

The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada formed five years after the U.S. Assemblies of God formed in 1914, with a portion of Canada once a part of the U.S. Assemblies of God.


This Week in AG -- History May 2 1931

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.


This Week in AG History -- March 13, 1943

Paul Kitch lost his wife and daughter on the mission field to disease, then the ship he and his son were returning to American on was sunk by a German U-boat, leaving them adrift in a lifeboat on the Atlantic — could God possibly use these tragedies for good?


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 30 1932

Florence Murcutt was likely the first surgeon to also serve as an Assemblies of God missionary, serving as a missionary to Mexicans for more than two decades.