Agron has a rich and varied history. Agron comes from a family with a Muslim background. He came to Christ when he was a university student and belongs to the first generation of evangelicals in Albania, after the collapse of the communist system in Albania in 1991.
In 2003, Agron Aga was first introduced to Community Health Evangelism which was a pioneer ministry at that time. Agron, together with the Medical Ambassadors International CHE team, worked to set up successful models of this ministry in Albania.
Currently, Agron leads the CHE Albania team in the initiation of CHE programs across Albania which will promote, train and support Evangelical Churches. In cooperation with CHE Europe Network and World Challenge, he trains and supports churches and Christian NGOs with the goal of expansion in the Balkans, Central and Eastern Europe.
He is married to his wife, Anila, and has three children. They live in Tirana and serve together, building the Kingdom through Community Health Evangelism.