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Dr. Wood is Guest for Women in Ministry Live-Stream Town Hall
Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood will be participating in a Network for Women in Ministry (WIM) Town Hall event this Wednesday. Dr. Wood will field questions both from a live audience as well as those watching the live-stream.
Africa's Hope Helps Open Doors to First AG Bible School in Gabon
Africa's Hope and AG churches are helping to build the first AG Bible School in Gabon, Africa.
This Week in AG History -- September 23, 1944
Missionary Melvin Hodges urged Christians to maintain "calm and serenity" despite the circumstances shaking the world in this World War II-era message. Hodges also spoke out against racism. Read his article as well as others by Lillian Trasher, Lester Sumrall, Walter Scott and many others in this historic Pentecostal Evangel.
New Research Reveals Over 70 Percent of Marriages Intact
The results of an intensive study, conducted by Shaunti Feldhahn, a Harvard-trained social researcher, have revealed that oft repeated "facts" on marriage statistics are fiction. Moreover, these "facts" are not even close to accurate.
Pastors Oppose Casino Proposal
Two Assemblies of God pastors are part of groups opposing a casino in their Massachusetts communities due to their long-term negative impacts.