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Revival on college campuses has a long history, including on the campus of Central Bible Institute where an extended revival took place in 1950.
C.M. Ward had a rich history as a pulpit minister, as well as being known as the voice of the Assemblies of God Revivaltime program for a quarter century.
"Christians many times fail (and their faith is harmed) because they try so hard to accomplish things that God has no idea of doing." — John Wright Follette
Sent to a labor camp for five years following World War II, Oskar Jeske then faced the false charge of being a German spy, but the Holy Spirit showed up in a powerful way and gave him hope.
Assemblies of God Evangelist Minna Seaholm felt called to bring the gospel to the soldiers preparing to be sent overseas during World War II, but even though the military didn't allow female chaplains at the time, that didn't stop her.
Frank and Helen Boyd played key roles in the early development of the Assemblies of God Bible schools, not only as instructors and mentors, but in writing curriculum and books on Bible prophecy.