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This Week in AG History -- July 8, 1922

There were significant language and cultural barriers, but refugees from the Mexican Revolution in Edna, Texas, who became Christians did what white people in the region weren't permitted to do — invite African-Americans to become a part of their church body.


Let Freedom Ring

A timely word from former general superintendent Thomas F. Zimmerman is revisited this Independence Day.


Sustaining Zeal for the Lord

Derek Henson wants to make sure fellow military chaplains don’t burn out.


AG Minister Remembered in Smithsonian Display

AG minister Teresa Ruelas was deported in the 1930s to Mexico despite being a U.S. citizen, the Smithsonian used her story in an exhibit that has recently opened.


Grateful for a Double Gift

Bethany Clack reflects on the lung transplants that extended her young life.


A Little Earth Pillar

North Central graduate T.J. Valtierra tries to keep fellow Native Americans from going down a destructive path.