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This Week in AG History -- Jan. 22, 1921

Who was the primary person who shaped early Assemblies of God missiology? The answer may be surprising!


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 16, 1937

E.S. Williams led the Assemblies of God in roughly doubling in size during the Great Depression while urging unity through Christian fellowship, love, and worship.


This Week in AG History -- Jan. 8, 1961

Phil Kerr was a musical evangelist and composer, with over 3,000 published songs and choruses, who impacted countless lives for Christ through his ministry.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 28, 1918

Missionary Henry C. Ball's efforts to develop indigenous spiritual leaders among Hispanics in the early 1900s helped create a strong Hispanic presence in the U.S. Assemblies of God today.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 24, 1949

Famed Pentecostal theologian Donald Gee shared of the uniqueness of Christ as the perfect Interpreter between God and man.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 19, 1936

Joe Conlee went from Methodist minister to an atheist alcoholic before having a real encounter with God in an Alaskan cabin.