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This Week in AG History -- Oct. 10, 1982

The Conference on the Holy Spirit hosted by the Assemblies of God 40 years ago revealed how baptism in the Holy Spirit reached beyond just "Pentecostal" churches.


This Week in AG History -- Sept. 18, 1977

The Touch the World Fund, a ministry of Women's Ministries, has a long history of providing for the needs of missionary efforts.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 23, 1970

In a message written more than 50 years ago, Thurman L. Faison, an early leader of the AG National Black Fellowship, identified the social problems of that day, which also reflect today, in word: sin.


This Week in AG History -- Aug. 16, 1970

J. Roswell and Alice Flower's influence and impact on the Assemblies of God's first 40 years — and beyond — has few rivals.


This Week in AG History -- June 9, 1917

William and Mary Taylor were some of the first AG missionaries, ministering to and helping free women caught in the sex trafficking trade in Japan.


This Week in AG History -- June 4, 1972

A.A. Wilson may not have had an advanced education, but he became a spiritual father to many ministers, a church planter, and a strong leader in the Assemblies of God.