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This Week in AG History -- Oct. 14, 1916

The ministry of famed evangelist Maria Woodworth-Etter over a century ago laid the groundwork for the 15 Assemblies of God churches that now proclaim the gospel in Salt Lake City.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 2, 1955

J. Calvin Holsinger pioneered Chi Alpha, the Assemblies of God ministry to college students, because history showed students led many of the greatest revival movements.


What is Pentecostalism?

AG general superintendent offers five distinctives of the fastest-growing movement in the history of Christianity.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 12, 1938

Carrie Judd Montgomery's ministry influenced the lives and ministries of many of the early Pentecostal ministers, including Maria Woodworth-Etter, William Seymour, A.H. Argue, Smith Wigglesworth, and numerous others.


This Week in AG History -- Oct. 25, 1930

J. Narver Gortner was a prominent Methodist minister, but an encounter with the Holy Spirit and the healing of his wife led him to become an AG minister who ultimately greatly impacted the doctrine of the Assemblies of God.


This Week in AG History -- July 9, 1932

Bulgarian Pentecostal leader Nicholas Nikoloff shares about the growth and persecution of early Pentecostals in Bulgaria.