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This Week in AG History -- Aug. 11, 1945

Few realize that the Azusa Street Mission wasn't the only Pentecostal mission during the revival — The Upper Room Mission and its leaders also played key roles in the revival.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 11, 1923

A swarm of locust turns out to be a blessing, not a curse, for the native people and missionaries in this historic article.


This Week in AG History -- July 30, 1932

Myer Pearlman revealed how the culture at the time of the first church was very similar to the Western culture of the 1930s, which is very similar to today.


This Week in AG History -- July 19, 1941

Their ship shelled and later sunk by a German warship, missionaries Paul and Evelyn Derr and Claude and Ruth Keck, were held captive for weeks, but stood firm in their faith.


This Week in AG History — July 14, 1957

A timely warning about compartmentalizing religious beliefs.


Returning Ever So Slowly

Hard-hit Spanish Eastern District taking precautions before resuming church activities.