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This Week in AG History -- Mar. 6, 1948

Edmund Hodgson became a missionary to the Belgian Congo in Africa, facing many dangers, and ultimately became a martyr for the cause of Christ.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 25, 1928

A missionary hero for his work in South America, Paul Bettex went on to spend six years in China as a missionary where in 1916 he was martyred.


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.