Darrin J. Rodgers
Darrin J. Rodgers has served as director of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC) since 2005. He earned a master's degree in theological studies from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and a juris doctorate from the University of North Dakota School of Law. He previously served at the David du Plessis Archive and the McAlister Library at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of Northern Harvest , a history of Pentecostalism in North Dakota. His FPHC portfolio includes acquisitions, editing Assemblies of God Heritage magazine, and conducting oral history interviews. His wife, Desiree, is an ordained AG minister.
Articles by Darrin J. Rodgers
There were significant language and cultural barriers, but refugees from the Mexican Revolution in Edna, Texas, who became Christians did what white people in the region weren't permitted to do — invite African-Americans to become a part of their church body.