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This Week in AG History -- April 28, 1957

Donald Gee, the British Assemblies of God leader known as "The Apostle of Balance," urged Pentecostal believers to embrace the miraculous but to avoid unbiblical extremes.


This Week in AG History -- April 7, 1934

Marguerite Flint's mother dedicated her to God's service even before she was born -- Marguerite grew up and served as a missionary to India for more than four decades, including building a Pentecostal Bible school for girls and women.


This Week in AG History -- March 30, 1969

When Clement Le Cossec, a pastor of a church in Rennes, France, chose to take a leap of faith in following God's call minister to an often despised people, the result was thousands of Roma, also known as Gypsies, choosing to serve and follow Christ.


This Week in AG History -- March 14, 1971

In 1970, evangelist Bob Watters led the first national evangelistic crusade in Belgium's history, and saw over 100 conversions for Christ.


Holy Spirit Gives Deaf Gang Member Peace

A member of a deaf gang, James thought he was going to see a movie, but ended up in church.


This Week in AG History -- March 11, 1916

What would it have been like to be a part of the Azusa Street Revival? Frank Bartleman was and he shares his firsthand account of the experience!