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This Week in AG History -- Nov. 13, 1977

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.


Minister's Widow Grateful for Holy Spirit's Urging

All her married life, Betty Thompson served under the covering of her husband's ministry, but then the Holy Spirit started preparing her for a ministry of her own.


Helping Widows Find Connection

JoLeta Nash finds purpose in new ministry after the death of her husband.


More Than Conquerors

Cindy Lou McKinley operates ministry to surviving spouses of credential holders


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.


Remembering the Widows

Marlene Craft implements daily online sessions to minister to those who have lost their husbands.