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This Week in AG History -- March 24, 1968

During an era when America was in chaos, AG leader Charles Scott recommended Christians choose a spiritual solution in order for the nation to experience lasting change.


This Week in AG History -- March 13, 1943

Paul Kitch lost his wife and daughter on the mission field to disease, then the ship he and his son were returning to American on was sunk by a German U-boat, leaving them adrift in a lifeboat on the Atlantic — could God possibly use these tragedies for good?


This Week in AG History -- March 4, 1951

Missionary Florence Steidel literally built a city in order to minister to and meet the needs of individuals with leprosy in LIberia.


This Week in AG History -- March 1, 1970

Missionaries Mark and Gladys Bliss lost three children in a tragic car accident, but years later they could look back and see how God answered their prayers.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 22, 1919

Early AG missionary Albert Norton was bold in his belief that compassion and preaching the Word of God must go hand-in-hand.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 17, 1963

A freak accident took the life of newly appointed missionary Sidney Goodwin at the age of 27, but his sacrifice led to many others dedicating their lives to reach Ghana for Christ.