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This Week in AG History -- May 7, 1961

How Hallie Garrison, a wealthy widow, learned about Hillcrest Children's Home, may not be known, but her gift of more than $40,000 in 1960 built the first of several Hillcrest cottages devoted to housing children and youth.


This Week in AG History -- April 28, 1957

Donald Gee, the British Assemblies of God leader known as "The Apostle of Balance," urged Pentecostal believers to embrace the miraculous but to avoid unbiblical extremes.


This Week in AG History -- April 23, 1961

In the midst of great accomplishments, missionaries Harold and Margaret Jones also faced many challenges, but saw God prevail in reaching people for Christ.


This Week in AG History -- April 15, 1944

Stanley H. Frodsham, longtime editor of the Pentecostal Evangel, noted nearly 77 years ago that the Assemblies of God continued to be a fellowship united around a vision of cooperation in world evangelism — a vision that continues today.


This Week in AG History -- April 7, 1934

Marguerite Flint's mother dedicated her to God's service even before she was born -- Marguerite grew up and served as a missionary to India for more than four decades, including building a Pentecostal Bible school for girls and women.


This Week in AG History -- March 30, 1969

When Clement Le Cossec, a pastor of a church in Rennes, France, chose to take a leap of faith in following God's call minister to an often despised people, the result was thousands of Roma, also known as Gypsies, choosing to serve and follow Christ.