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Optimistic for the Future

Despite unexpected disruptions during his first four years in office, General Superintendent Doug Clay begins his second term with a renewed sense of purpose.


Answering an HBCU Call

Mariah Abraham plants Chi Alpha chapter in her native Oklahoma.


Top Diversity Increases

For the first time, women and ethnic minorities are the majority on the AG’s Executive Presbytery.


Reaching the Ends of the Earth — from the Lone Star State

Japanese couple lead ethnically diverse Chi Alpha chapter at the University of Texas-Arlington.


Discovering HBCU Pathways

Couple plants Chi Alpha group at Prairie View A&M University in Texas.


This Week in AG History -- Dec. 2, 1916

Pastor Eddie Driver, a lawyer and then Baptist minister, later became a leader in the Pentecostal movement, and established the first Church of God in Christ in the western United States.