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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 2, 1926

John Eric Booth-Clibborn, a 29-year-old missionary, died just two weeks after arriving in Africa, but he is remembered as a hero of the faith in Burkina Faso.


An Embattled, Victorious Church

Despite instances of extreme persecution, like the tragic terrorist attack that killed 14 people on Dec. 2 in Burkina Faso, the Church in Africa is experiencing growth.


This Week in AG History -- June 14, 1947

Hans Hauge's encounter with the Holy Spirit led to an incredible revival in Norway that spread to the U.S. General Superintendent G. Raymond Carlson's (1986-1993) spiritual heritage traces back to Hauge's efforts.


This Week in AG History -- August 4, 1934

Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, being a Christian in the Soviet Union required a passionate faith.


This Week in AG History -- January 2, 1926

John Eric Booth-Clibborn died just two weeks after arriving on the mission field, but his courageous wife viewed the painful loss as an opportunity for God to be glorified.


This Week in AG History -- November 21, 1965

A look back at how one man's -- one family's -- great sacrifice during the week of Thanksgiving in 1964 helped lead to the salvation of thousands in Congo.