Stanley Howard Frodsham (1882-1969) was a writer, editor, and teacher during the formative years of the Pentecostal movement and the Assemblies of God. As editor of the Pentecostal Evangel for nearly 30 years, Frodsham stands as one of the most influential figures of 20th-century Pentecostalism.
How post WW2 youth groups proved skeptical leadership wrong with the creation of STL…
“Never mind, it will soon blow over.” These skeptical words greeted the enthusiasm of Christ’s Ambassadors (CA) Director Ralph Harris when he recounted that Assemblies
William Seymour arrives in LA
TODAY, February 22, 1906, a young Holiness preacher named William Seymour arrived in Los Angeles to become the associate pastor of a small church pastored
Christian Schoonmaker died in India at age 38, leaving behind a widow and six children under the age of 9. Thankfully, he married an incredible woman in Violet Dunham.
Christian H. Schoonmaker (1881-1919) was the founding chairman of the Assemblies of God of India in 1918. While he served as a missionary in northern
Onesimus Nesib: The Slave Who Became a Reformer and Gave His People the Bible in Their Own Language
TODAY IN HISTORY: On Sunday, June 21, 1931, Onesimus Nesib, a former slave who translated the Bible into his native language, died of a stroke
Hillcrest Children’s Home: Caring for Children Since 1944
This Week in AG History — June 17, 1956 By Ruthie Edgerly Oberg Originally published on AG News, 14 June 2018 Hillcrest Children’s Home, an