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This Week in AG History -- Feb. 25, 1928

A missionary hero for his work in South America, Paul Bettex went on to spend six years in China as a missionary where in 1916 he was martyred.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 10, 1940

Since the 14th century, tracts have spread the gospel message, with the Pentecostal message coming to light through tracts as well since the early 1900s.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 27, 1934

"Fake news" isn't new, in the 1930s editors of the Pentecostal Evangel sought to set the record straight concerning falsehoods targeting Jewish people.


This Week in AG History -- January 10, 1942

The attack on Pearl Harbor had just occurred a month prior as three prominent AG leaders give their far-from-identical responses in this historic issue of the Pentecostal Evangel.


This Week in AG History -- May 10, 1947

Pentecostal Evangel Editor Stanley Frodsham praises the creation of the National Association of Evangelicals as it brought denominations together and created an opportunity for the Assemblies of God to be ushered into the evangelical mainstream.


This Week in AG History -- May 10, 1947

Pentecostal Evangel editor Stanley Frodsham praises those with the foresight to create the National Association of Evangelicals, which also created an opportunity for the Assemblies of God to be ushered into the evangelical mainstream.