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This Week in AG History — Jan. 17, 1931

The supernatural experiences pastor Barney S. Moore experienced prior to Azusa Street led him to join the Pentecostal ranks, become a missionary to Japan, and affiliate with the Assemblies of God in the early 1900s.


This Week in AG History -- July 22, 1962

He was a drunk and a drug addict before God transformed William W. Hays into an AG minister!


This Week in AG History -- June 26, 1966

Wernher von Braun was a leading rocket scientist for Hitler's war machine, but he regretted his work and ultimately experienced a spiritual transformation in a small church in El Paso, Texas.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 24, 1948

Briggs Dingman assumed Pentecostals were deluded, maybe even demon-possessed, but when he discovered Pentecostal beliefs were biblical, it transformed his life and ministry.


This Week in AG History -- July 4, 1931

Named "The Most Beautiful Girl in the United States," Edith Mae Pennington discovered that riches and fame left her feeling empty. A visit to a Pentecostal church led her to commit her life to Christ and become an AG pastor.


This Week in AG History -- March 12, 1927

When Sven Lidman became a Pentecostal, the Swedish press and Christian press in other parts of the world took notice.