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This Week in AG History -- Sept. 30, 1922

The history behind the opening of Central Bible Institute (later known as Central Bible College) 100 years ago can be traced back to one of the reasons for the formation of the Assemblies of God.


The Woman Who Shaped AG Missions

Missionary Alice Luce led the Assemblies of God to adopt the indigenous church principle as its official missions strategy in 1921.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 18, 1977

The Touch the World Fund, a ministry of Women's Ministries, has a long history of providing for the needs of missionary efforts.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 15, 1945

Missionary Oren Munger died at the age of 25 of typhoid, but not before he impacted Nicaragua for Christ.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 7, 1969

Born into a Buddhist family, David (Paul) Yonggi Cho turned to Christ and through him, God brought about the world's largest church.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 30, 1959

For nearly the entire history of the Assemblies of God, the Fellowship has had a publication devoted to missions.