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This Week in AG History -- July 7, 1945

For AG missionaries Byron and Marjory Personeus, to reach the lost in Alaska, they needed a "vehicle" that could float!


This Week in AG History -- May 19, 1945

Minnie Abrams was a young school teacher when God called her to become a missionary to India where she witnessed — and was a part of — the birth of the Pentecostal movement in that country.


This Week in AG History -- March 20, 1920

Despite global depression following World War I, the Assemblies of God began its missionary program and urged support for those willing and ready to go to the mission field.


This Week in AG&nbsp; History -- March 12, 1967<br>

As a single missionary, Grace Agar followed God's leading to China where she not only led people to Christ but encountered the Holy Spirit for herself!


This Week in AG History -- March 4, 1951

Assemblies of God Missionary Florence Steidel founded New Hope Town — a town she built for lepers in Liberia!


This Week in AG History &mdash; January 17, 1931

The supernatural experiences Pastor Barney S. Moore experienced prior to Azusa Street led him to join the Pentecostal ranks, become a missionary to Japan, and affiliate with the Assemblies of God in the early 1900s.