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This Week in AG History -- Nov. 20, 1955

The Assemblies of God has urged the care for retired ministers, missionaries, and their widows since early in its existence, and continues to do so through giving to Aged Ministers Assistance.


Montenegrin National Television Features AGWM Missionaries

For missionaries Ben and Jessi Bock, the first AGWM missionaries to Montenegro, pictures of people led to the opportunity to share Christ on national television.


This Week in AG History -- July 3, 1966

Harold and Beatrice Kohl served the Assemblies of God as evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and educators as they helped establish the Far East Advanced School of Theology.


Pastor Pens Moving Letter to Global Missionary Community

Mark Lehmann, a pastor of a strong missions-minded church, pens a letter of understanding and encouragement to missionaries around the world.


"Armored" Workers Bring Hope to Families, Pastors in El Salvador

Workers with King's Castle in El Salvador wear masks and gloves against COVID-19, and King's Castle T-shirts to protect them from violence while bringing hope to hurting people.


This Week in AG History -- May 13, 1950

Missionary Irene Crane shares her experience on traveling home from overseas on the Ambassador II, a converted B-17 bomber that transported AG missionaries around the world.