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This Week in AG History -- July 3, 1966

Harold and Beatrice Kohl served the Assemblies of God as evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and educators as they helped establish the Far East Advanced School of Theology.


Old Chickens, Unexpected Blessings

When 30 AG pastors in the Philippines recently received a desperately needed gift of food, each package included an old hen that no longer produced eggs . . . the chickens apparently failed to get that note.


Mistake Leads to God's Promise Being Fulfilled

God kept His promise to Darrell and Sandy Blatchley, missionaries serving in the Philippines, in an unusual way.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 24, 1965

Fifty-five years ago, the story of the first student body of what is now known as Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, appeared in the Pentecostal Evangel.


Happy Horizons Ranch: Rescuing the Philippines' Most Vulnerable

AG missionaries developed a 20-acre ranch to minister to homeless and traumatized girls in the Philippines.


Ministry Tent Destroyed, BGMC to the Rescue

A typhoon destroyed Darrell and Sandy Blatchley's Family Circus ministry tent, but now BGMC funds are helping them build a new facility in the Philippines.