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This Week in AG History -- July 4, 1931

Named "The Most Beautiful Girl in the United States," Edith Mae Pennington discovered that riches and fame left her feeling empty. A visit to a Pentecostal church led her to commit her life to Christ and become an AG pastor.


Chaplains Minister at Condominium Tragedy

Chaplains are making themselves available at the site of the collapsed condominium in Florida, providing a ministry of loving compassion to workers and others.


Daughter Experiences Healing of "Irreversible" Lung Disease

Brie Porubsky's lungs were irreversibly thickening (scarring) due to systemic scleroderma — doctors had no answers, but God did.


Heart Miraculously Reformed

Norma Leichner's heart was physically damaged beyond repair — until God stepped in and reformed her heart.


This Week in AG History -- May 31, 1959

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.


How Jesus Prayed

Bible scholar Wave Nunnally examines an often-overlooked aspect of Christ's prayer life.