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This Week in AG History -- June 9, 1917

William and Mary Taylor were some of the first AG missionaries, ministering to and helping free women caught in the sex trafficking trade in Japan.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 16, 1916

In the early years of the Assemblies of God, one of the great debates that arose was between Oneness proponents and the proponents of the Trinity, with the final decision playing into the creation of The Statement of Fundamental Truths.


This Week in AG History — May 13, 1916

The Azusa Street Revival helped spark revival throughout the world — including Cleveland!


This Week in AG History -- March 11, 1916

What would it have been like to be a part of the Azusa Street Revival? Frank Bartleman was and he shares his firsthand account of the experience!


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 2, 1916

Pastor Eddie Driver, a lawyer and then Baptist minister, later became a leader in the Pentecostal movement, and established the first Church of God in Christ in the western United States.


This Week in AG History -- July 22, 1916

Through the ministry of William Fetler, a Baptist minister who also worked within the Pentecostal movement, the lives of countless thousands in Latvia and Russia were changed.