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Rural Wyoming Church Wins 2024 JBQ National Title

Douglas Assembly of God's Junior Bible Quiz Team, The Cutting Edge, was named the 2024 Junior Bible Quiz Festival Champion on Saturday.

This Week in AG History -- June 11, 1921

D.W. Kerr's 1921 observations of the qualities a Pentecostal should exhibit as a worker or businessperson still hold true for today.

AG Districts Encouraging Ministry of African Pastors

Eager to remove language barriers and obstacles related to transferring credentials for immigrating African pastors, AG districts are creating resources and opportunities for a seamless transition to ministry in the U.S.

A Tumor and a Gracious and Kind God

Though Brian and Shawna White experienced a difficult health journey, they saw God’s faithfulness in numerous ways.

One Church, One Day, Seven Weddings -- for Free

Before a couple can experience a healthy marriage, they need to be married, and recently Calvary Church discipled, mentored, and provided weddings for seven couples in their congregation.

A Novel Call to Missions Invites Risks and Miracles

Despite the many dangers they have faced, missionaries Mike and Ilona Hadinger have seen God's grace and experienced His protection through them all.

Chi Alpha: Moving International Students from Friendship to Leadership

Through the annual All Nations conference, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries helps prepare international students to take on spiritual leadership roles once they return to their home countries or to wherever God leads them.

This Week in AG History -- June 8, 1929

W.T. Gaston, an early AG general superintendent, shares helps for Christian workers that are still applicable for today in this 1929 Pentecostal Evangel article.

Missouri Teen Starts Jesus Project at Local School

After attending the Southern Missouri Ministry Network youth camp last summer, middle school student Malakai Green felt burdened to bring Jesus to his fellow classmates.

Spiritual Life

A Call to Prayer for Our Nation

General Superintendent Doug Clay asks for prayer, civility as national elections approach.

A Living Mission: Kingdom Work has Neither Failed nor Stalled

"God's promises are true and His mission is alive and well."

This Week in AG History -- May 30 1976

H. Maurice Lednicky, former president of Central Bible College, has a wide variety of ministry experiences. This year, he marks 60 years of ministry as an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God.

Our Hope Today and Tomorrow

The late AG statesman, Charles T. Crabtree, shares biblical insights on the implications of death and the Rapture for Christians.