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This Week in AG History -- Aug. 10, 1980

In 1980, tens of thousands of Cubans fled communist Cuba to the United States, creating a unique opportunity for the Assemblies of God to assist and minister to Cuban immigrants.


Transferring a Pioneer Spirit

The children of Bill and Connie McDonald carry on missionary assignments in Ecuador.


The Spirit in the World

Commitment to several key priorities enable Pentecostals to have a continued worldwide impact for Christ.


Reaching Hispanic Residents in Utah

Immigrants drive growth of Hispanic AG church in Provo, Utah.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 5, 1964

More than 50 years ago, General Superintendent Thomas F. Zimmerman urged believers to begin the new year in prayer and a sense of urgency to reach the lost for Christ — a message of wisdom that still holds true today.


The Refugee Church Planter

African Amon Kajabika sets sights on starting Ohio congregations.