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This Week in AG History -- May 23, 1954

James Stewart urged believers to each take personal responsibility for the Great Commission, stating that mass evangelism will never be a substitute for personal evangelism and that a true move of God must catch fire at the grass roots.


This Week in AG History -- May 1, 1943

During World War II, the Assemblies of God made a great effort to get Spanish Bibles into the hands of Central and South American military personnel.


This Week in AG History -- Mar. 6, 1948

Edmund Hodgson became a missionary to the Belgian Congo in Africa, facing many dangers, and ultimately became a martyr for the cause of Christ.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 8, 1949

Robert and Doris Edwards sacrificially shared the gospel with the people of India and also taught boys a trade in an industrial school they opened.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 20, 1964

Morris and Macey Williams served as missionaries to Africa for nearly 40 years, letting their light shine — even when it meant sacrifice — in order to glorify God.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 11, 1960

Revivaltime radio broadcasts became so popular that its offices received more than 10,000 letters a month.