Assemblies of God General Secretary George O. Wood offered encouragement to grieving family members of recently deceased ministers at a memorial breakfast sponsored by AG Financial Solutions Friday morning at the Indiana Convention Center.
Retiring Assistant General Superintendent Charles T. Crabtree Thursday night told General Council attendees they must take discipleship more seriously if the Assemblies of God is going to be viable in the future.
The Assemblies of God’s new officials vowed Friday to follow God’s direction as they provide leadership and guidance to this 93-year-old Fellowship.
A flurry of resolutions, votes and presentations kept pastors and delegates busy Thursday afternoon, but the biggest decision of all — election of a new general superintendent — remained unresolved.
The Assemblies of God is in a unique position to present the authentic gospel that will stem the tide of the nation’s moral collapse, retiring General Superintendent Thomas E. Trask told the Fellowship Wednesday night in the opening keynote speech at the 52nd General Council in Indianapolis.