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This Week in AG History -- June 11, 1921

D.W. Kerr's 1921 observations of the qualities a Pentecostal should exhibit as a worker or businessperson still hold true for today.


NCU Computer Project Blesses Neighbors

As part of a class at North Central University, students built computers — the school decided to donate the computers to their neighbors in need.


A Looming Addiction Crisis

The fallout from the ongoing pandemic likely means more dependence on alcohol, illicit drugs.


The Corporation of Second Chances

Nehemiah Manufacturing in Cincinnati hires a loyal workforce predominantly from those who have served time in prison, been chronically homeless, or those long addicted to substances.


Living for Jesus . . . in a Wheat Field?

God doesn't always call people to a path that has a clear job description — 18-year-old Camden Johnson has come to understand and embrace whatever God has for him.


Campus Access Conflict

After five years of increasing restrictions on religious liberties, recent court rulings are encouraging for Christian groups on university campuses.