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Orphaned, young Freddie Graves was sent to the home of a hard man who treated him harshly, yet it was these and other difficulties in life that inspired Graves to write some of the most well-known hymns of the Church.
Missionary Leonard Bolton sacrificed much, but his love for God and the Lisu people in China enabled him to persevere and establish a strong Pentecostal church.
AGWM missionaries Monroe and Betty Grams helped spread the gospel throughout Central America, the Caribbean, and Argentina through education and evangelism.
Few may realize that Light for the Lost, the missions program that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for AG missionaries, resulted from a terrifying vision God gave a California insurance broker 70 years ago.
Historian and theologian William W. Menzies gave thanks for the heritage of the Assemblies of God as he examined seven characteristics of early Pentecostals.
The widow of two AG national leaders, Ruth Steelberg-Carter resolved to remain in ministry, devoting her latter years of life to reaching federal prisoners for Christ.