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This Week in AG History -- Dec. 19, 1931

Orphaned, young Freddie Graves was sent to the home of a hard man who treated him harshly, yet it was these and other difficulties in life that inspired Graves to write some of the most well-known hymns of the Church.


A Call to Defend the Orphan

Joy and Kevin McClain, who have adopted seven children, spur church leaders and adherents to take foster care seriously.


Rural South Dakota Church Produces Original Easter Song to Reach Community for Christ

New Life Church leaders felt led to do something unique for Easter — an original song and video resulted and the lives of hundreds, perhaps thousands, have already been impacted.


Winning on the Court of Life

Former basketball standout Jonathan Burton ministers on multiple fronts in New Orleans.


Lunch with a Legend

U.S. Attorney General (2001-2005) and AG member John Ashcroft is passionate about passing faith on to future generations.


This Week in AG History -- May 22, 1977

Gifted composer, singer, musician, and minister Andrae Crouch was not an Assemblies of God pastor, but God called him to help create a traveling Teen Challenge choir in order to spread the word about this incredible Assemblies of God ministry.