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Long-Term Home Hospitality

Couple extends invitations to young women needing a place to stay — for years.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 8, 1930

Aunt Fanny Luck was 100 years old when she was healed and became a Christian, and for the next decade she shared her testimony wherever she went.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 8, 1949

Robert and Doris Edwards sacrificially shared the gospel with the people of India and also taught boys a trade in an industrial school they opened.


This Week in AG History -- Nov. 8, 1930

She was a single woman doing missionary work on the border of Nepal who literally raised up hundreds of children to share the gospel where missionaries could not go.


This Week in AG History -- April 18, 1925

Working with the outcasts of society, 62-year-old Mary Chapman became the first Assembly of God missionary in South India.


This Week in AG History -- April 1, 1916

Fluent in seven languages, Pandita Ramabai was a powerful voice for the downtrodden and played a key role in India's Pentecostal movement.