Etta Calhoun forms the first Women's Missionary Council (WMC) in Houston, Texas.
|1925-1927|| ||District Women's Missionary Councils organize in twenty-seven districts|
|1938|| ||The first District Women's Missionary Council convenes with the District Council in Harlingen, Texas.|
|1947|| ||The Pentecostal Evangel reports on the organized Women's Missionary Council groups' numerous activities across the nation and overseas.|
|1951|| ||The Women's Missionary Council is recognized as a national organization by the General Council.|
|1952|| ||Edith Whipple Clevenger is appointed the first national Women's Ministries director (1952–1960).|
|1957|| ||The Etta Calhoun Missions Fund is established. WMC Slant, a quarterly magazine for leaders, begins publication.|
|1960|| ||The Library Fund is established to provide books for missions Bible schools. Mildred Smuland serves as national Women's Ministries director (1960–1971).|
|1967|| ||The first edition of the WMC Leader is published.|
|1969|| ||Combined Women's Ministries and Missionettes membership is 100,400.|
|1972|| ||Goldia Anderson is appointed national Women's Ministries director (1972–1975).|
|1974|| ||Joy Fellowship, an evangelism outreach ministry, is formed.|
|1975|| ||Women's Missionary Council changes its name to Women's Ministries, reflecting a broader range of ministries.|
|1976|| ||Elva Hoover serves as national Women's Ministries director (1976–1985).|
|1977|| ||Woman's Touch, a bimonthly magazine for all women, succeeds WMC Slant.|
|1979|| ||Combined Women's Ministries and Missionettes contributions exceed $5 million annually.|
|1982 || ||Women's Ministries and Missionettes combined giving reaches $6.5 million.|
|1985|| ||Sandra Clopine is appointed national Women's Ministries director (1985–1994).|
|1987|| ||Aggregate giving to Assemblies of God ministries reaches $125 million in thirty-six years.|
|1993|| ||Women's Ministries Leader is revised.|
|1994|| ||Peggy Musgrove is appointed national Women's Ministries director (1994–1998).|
| || ||Combined Women's Ministries and Missionettes annual giving reaches $10.4 million.|
|1998|| ||The first National Women's Ministries/Missionettes Leadership Seminar is held for district and sectional leaders. |
Combined annual giving of Women's Ministries and Missionettes exceeds $15.4 million; aggregate giving to Assemblies of God ministries reaches $250 million in forty-seven years. "Women Touching the World" is introduced. The "Touch the World Fund" is established to impact the lives of women and children around the world.
| || ||Lillian Sparks is appointed national Women's Ministries director (1998–2003).|
|2000|| ||Women's Ministries Training Manual is revised to become Leadership Guide for Successfully Ministering to Women. Combined annual giving of Women's Ministries and Missionettes exceeds $16 million.|
|2001|| ||Joy Fellowship changes its name to Event Evangelism. Encourages each church to choose its own name for their outreach ministry. Resource Guide with one hundred ministry ideas introduced; Program Plans for Event Evangelism introduced.|
|2002|| ||Snuff Out Cancer prayer ministry introduced. Touch with Hope ministry to single moms introduced.|
|2003|| ||Arlene Allen is appointed national Women's Ministries director (2003-2010)|
|2004|| ||Giving totals reach $13 million.|
| || ||First of four studies released in the Bible Studies for Today's Pentecostal Woman series.|
|2005|| ||Woman's Touch receives EPA Award of Merit.|
| || ||Women's Ministries celebrates 80th anniversary.|
|2006|| ||Woman's Touch transitions to the Webzine WTOnline.|
Style Ministry Packet is introduced.
| ||First issue of All About Moms introduced, as a gift for pastors to give to the women of their congregations for Mother's Day. First issue of Side by Side, magazine for pastors' wives, introduced.
|2008|| ||First edition of Ministering to Women was provided to every Assemblies of God|
church, as an annual magalog (magazine/catalog), outlining the annual theme, and resources for ministry to women.
|2009|| ||National Women's Ministries renamed National Women's Department, reflecting a focus on ministry to every woman, rather than a monthly meeting. "For Every Woman" brand/logo introduced. Secrets: Transforming Your Life and Marriage released as our first women's Bible study with DVD and Internet components.|
|2010|| ||Women.ag.org renovated into three levels of resources, including online ministry training for women in English and Spanish.|
Kerry Clarensau is appointed national Women's director (2011-). Kerry authors Love Revealed: Experiencing God's Authentic Love.
Giving by women 1951-2011 (60-year history) reaches $398,823,820.
| 2012|| ||Kerry authors Redeemed!: Embracing a Transformed Life.|
| 2013|| |
Facebook group, Twitter, and Pinterest introduced for AG women.
Her Green Room, an online community for ministry wives (at hergreenroom.com), was launched at a live event at General Council, Orlando, Florida.