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This Week in AG History -- Dec. 16, 1939

Missionary Leonard Bolton sacrificed much, but his love for God and the Lisu people in China enabled him to persevere and establish a strong Pentecostal church.


Three Dozen Kids Transform Lives of Strangers

The relatively small Element youth group is working on seeing its third water well drilled for villages whose people don't have access to clean water and need to hear the gospel.


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.


Buddhism Ruled His Life, His Family

Hiro Noda was expected to become a Buddhist priest and continue the family tradition, but God had other plans for the Noda family.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 4, 1915

Learning of the genocide of Christians in the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey), Maria Gerber spent decades in the land ministering as an "Angel of Mercy" to orphans and widows.


This Week in AG History -- Nov. 27, 1960

Ivan and Katherine Voronaev, pioneer AG missionaries to Russia, experienced great victories as well as unimaginable hardships as they shared the gospel and helped raise up the church in the former Soviet Union.