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This Week in AG History -- July 8, 1922

There were significant language and cultural barriers, but refugees from the Mexican Revolution in Edna, Texas, who became Christians did what white people in the region weren't permitted to do — invite African-Americans to become a part of their church body.


Healing From an Incurable Disease

The Post-Polio Syndrome Fact Sheet says the disease has no cure and there is no reversing its effects — Bill Poole says God disagrees.


Combining Ministry and Family

Married women lead Chi Alpha on campus while raising children at home.


Resiliency from Woundedness

A trauma-based, lonely childhood doesn’t deter evangelist Deedra Shilliday from investing in others.


Let Freedom Ring

A timely word from former general superintendent Thomas F. Zimmerman is revisited this Independence Day.


Election Day Fire Destroys AG Church

The First Assembly of God in McAlester, Oklahoma, was a total loss following an intense fire on Tuesday.