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Frank and Helen Boyd played key roles in the early development of the Assemblies of God Bible schools, not only as instructors and mentors, but in writing curriculum and books on Bible prophecy.
AGWM missionaries Monroe and Betty Grams helped spread the gospel throughout Central America, the Caribbean, and Argentina through education and evangelism.
Charles W.H. Scott may not be a household name, but he and his wife, Gertrude, made significant ministry and leadership contributions to the Assemblies of God over multiple decades.
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.
Cordas Burnett's passion to see young people grounded in four foundational theological "stones," helped prepare Pentecostal young people with answers to the questions of the age.
In the 1930s, P. C. Nelson recognized the importance of the Assemblies of God helping Pentecostal young people fulfill God's calling on their lives — even if it wasn't into the ministry.