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This Week in AG History -- April 20, 1975

Missionaries Don and Sharon Kiser were young, had little experience, and even less financial support, but God used them to minister to migrant workers like few others could.


This Week in AG History -- June 11, 1921

D.W. Kerr's 1921 observations of the qualities a Pentecostal should exhibit as a worker or businessperson still hold true for today.


Hearing the Call from Guyana

Sydney Ramphal still leads the inner-city church he planted in Kansas City 46 years ago.


Reaping a Spiritual Harvest

Extending a helping hand to migrant farmworkers in Colorado.


Church Steps Up to Meet Needs of Migrant Farm Workers

With area farmers allowing crops to rot in the fields because restaurants were not buying much produce, migrant farm workers and their families suffered.


U.S. MAPS Ministry -- a View from the Northwest

The Northwest is home to some of the most rugged terrain and isolated communities in the United States, but U.S. MAPS is there — including Alaska!