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This Week in AG History -- Feb. 24, 1940

Vaughn Shoemaker, a member of the Stone Church in Chicago, became a renowned Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, but gave God the credit for all his successes.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 18, 1922

Elizabeth Sisson was a remarkable woman and a remarkable minister who served God with her many talents and was the keynote speaker at the 1917 General Council.


This Week in AG History -- Feb. 12, 1927

W.W. Simpson, an early AG missionary to China, shared how God supernaturally revealed His power — including raising a dead woman to life — to lead people to Him.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 31, 1954

When a church follows God's leading in mothering new churches, blessings result — a truth for today and decades ago as demonstrated so well by Central Assembly of God in Cumberland, Maryland,.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 24, 1948

Briggs Dingman assumed Pentecostals were deluded, maybe even demon-possessed, but when he discovered Pentecostal beliefs were biblical, it transformed his life and ministry.


This Week in AG HIstory -- Jan. 21, 1928

She was the only AG missionary remaining in Japan during World War II, but prior to, during, and following the war, God proved faithful to Jessie Wengler.