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This Week in AG History -- Sept. 13, 1941

Wherever they went, missionaries Melvin and Lois Hodges were strong proponents of developing indigenous churches around the world.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 2, 1922

Leslie and Ava Anglin, Baptist missionaries, were baptized in the Holy Spirit and became AG missionaries to China, establishing the Home of Onesiphorus for orphans abandoned by their families.


SEU Launches Bob and Hazel Hoskins School of Mission

Southeastern University's new school of mission will equip students for missional ministry in today's world while they serve the global Church in every sector.


This Week in AG History -- May 31, 1959

Adeline Wichman and Pauline Smith were relative strangers who God called to serve together and ultimately go on to impact thousands of lives in Africa for Him.


This Week in AG History -- March 26, 1938

AG missionaries Paul and Virginia Weidman suffered great tragedies on the mission field, including the loss of their young son — were their efforts worth the price?


LFTL Experiences Increased Giving Despite Pandemic

The challenges of 2020 were many, but Light for the Lost still saw more than $6.3 million given to help missionaries share the gospel.