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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 24, 1948

Briggs Dingman assumed Pentecostals were deluded, maybe even demon-possessed, but when he discovered Pentecostal beliefs were biblical, it transformed his life and ministry.


This Week in AG HIstory -- Jan. 21, 1928

She was the only AG missionary remaining in Japan during World War II, but prior to, during, and following the war, God proved faithful to Jessie Wengler.


This Week in AG History — Jan. 10, 1942

The attack on Pearl Harbor had just occurred a month prior as three prominent AG leaders give their far-from-identical responses in this historic issue of the Pentecostal Evangel.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 5, 1964

More than 50 years ago, General Superintendent Thomas F. Zimmerman urged believers to begin the new year in prayer and a sense of urgency to reach the lost for Christ — a message of wisdom that still holds true today.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 30, 1956

His words may have been penned decades ago, but C.M. Ward's advice for having a strong, happy marriage still remains true today.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 21, 1935

Lillian Trasher's prayers and experiences as a young girl ultimately led her to fulfilling God's call upon her life as she established an orphanage in Assiout, Egypt, as an AG missionary.