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This Week in AG History -- Aug. 6, 1967

A Good News Crusade held in Monrovia, Liberia, saw more than 10,000 people make the decision to accept Christ as their Lord and Savior and thousands more healed.

This Week in AG History -- March 4, 1951

Missionary Florence Steidel literally built a city in order to minister to and meet the needs of individuals with leprosy in LIberia.

Liberian Objectives in Sight

District and organizations aim to give the entire African country clean water and the gospel.

This Week in AG History -- November 24, 1945

She may not have been as well known as her husband Henry, but Ruth Garlock's commitment to God and her passion for missions was second to none.

This Week in AG History -- March 4, 1951

Assemblies of God Missionary Florence Steidel founded New Hope Town — a town she built for lepers in Liberia!

Relief Supplies Arrive to Help Combat Ebola

Assemblies of God World Missions and Convoy of Hope partner to see the first four containers of desperately needed medical and relief supplies reach Sierra Leone and Liberia for the victims of the ongoing Ebola crisis in West Africa.