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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 -- Jan. 14, 1973

In 1973, the Assemblies of God joined with more than 130 other denominations as part of Key 73 — an effort to present the gospel to every household in North America.


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.


Eight Nights, One Light

Gleanings for Christians from the Jewish Festival of Lights.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 4, 1977

AGWM missionaries Monroe and Betty Grams helped spread the gospel throughout Central America, the Caribbean, and Argentina through education and evangelism.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 2, 1962

Few may realize that Light for the Lost, the missions program that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for AG missionaries, resulted from a terrifying vision God gave a California insurance broker 70 years ago.