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Answering an HBCU Call

Mariah Abraham plants Chi Alpha chapter in her native Oklahoma.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 2, 1941

Lee Krupnick was a Jew who hated Jesus, but through the prayers of his wife, Bonnie, and a miraculous healing he accepted Christ and the couple became well-known AG evangelists.


This Week in AG History -- July 30, 1938

David du Plessis' ministry flourished in South Africa and ended up impacting the world in such a way that he became known as "Mr. Pentecost."


This Week in AG History -- July 23, 1932

William Simpson was a young man, but he risked it all — and gave his life — to share the gospel along the Tibetan border in China.


This Week in AG History -- July 16, 1961

The roots of the Pentecostal World Fellowship are explored, with a highlight of 1961 Pentecostal World Congress held in Jerusalem.


This Week in AG History -- July 4, 1931

Named "The Most Beautiful Girl in the United States," Edith Mae Pennington discovered that riches and fame left her feeling empty. A visit to a Pentecostal church led her to commit her life to Christ and become an AG pastor.