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The widow of two AG national leaders, Ruth Steelberg-Carter resolved to remain in ministry, devoting her latter years of life to reaching federal prisoners for Christ.
Amidst increasing worldliness in 1951, General Superintendent Wesley Steelberg challenged the Assemblies of God to not neglect its spiritual heritage.
"We have a responsibility to be more than Americans. We are called to be Christian Americans." --Wesley Steelberg
God used Howard Carter, who was imprisoned at the time, to bring clarity to the gifts of the Spirit.
Wesley R. Steelberg was just 50 years old when he died serving as the general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, but he passed away wholly dedicated to his calling.