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This Week in AG History -- March 30, 1969

When Clement Le Cossec, a pastor of a church in Rennes, France, chose to take a leap of faith in following God's call minister to an often despised people, the result was thousands of Roma, also known as Gypsies, choosing to serve and follow Christ.


"Jesus is Going to Set You Free Today"

When Sara had a prayerful encounter with the gospel, she was dramatically delivered. She soon saw many of her relatives accepting Christ.


Roma Revival -- "We Have Never Seen Anything Like It"

The Roma people — Gypsies — are coming to Christ "in droves" and their lives are being transformed.


Improbable Vision, Improbable Pastor

Romeo Leal laughed at the thought of being a pastor -- he knew what kind of person he was -- but God knew what kind of person he could be . . .


Dream Center Meets Crisis Head-On

L.A. church responds to food needs with massive distribution in locked-down California.


Answering Romanian Teens' Remarkable Hunger for Jesus

Teen ministries are not the norm in Romanian churches, but AGWM missionaries J.J. and Nelia Ferrell have discovered that Romanian teens respond readily to the gospel of Christ.