J. Philip Hogan made his mark in the Assemblies of God as the leader of world missions, but few may know his involvement in missions began as an answer to his wife's prayers.
Nov 30, 2023, By Ruthie Edgerly Oberg
Evangel University now offers a new full-tuition scholarship for African American students.
Jul 22, 2020, By AG News
Native American Fellowship looks to recruit pastors to reach Indigenous people with the gospel.
May 11, 2022, By John W. Kennedy
Rodger Cree, Charlie Lee, George G. Effman, and many other Native American evangelists are honored in the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center museum's new exhibit for April.
Apr 11, 2018, By Darrin J. Rodgers
Southeastern University will launch a new program designed to help cultivate a new generation of servant leaders who can protect and promote traditional American values.
Nov 06, 2018, By Priscilla Burr
Leaders are witnessing a move of God among the churched and unchurched youth attending an American Indian camp in Montana.
Oct 01, 2021, By Dan Van Veen
The Assemblies of God Indian Fellowship of North America sets goals of growth and expansion in the next five years across two countries.
Sep 18, 2023, By Ashley B. Grant
Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) plans to offer academic programs on the American Indian College (AG) campus beginning this fall.
Mar 21, 2016, By SAGU Public Relations
All Assemblies of God missionaries in Mexico have been safely accounted for, but prayer is requested for the national church and those suffering from the recent earthquakes' impact.
Sep 20, 2017, By Kristel Ringer Zelaya
An online news report mistakenly reports that AG churches have been confiscated by the Cuban government.
Aug 19, 2016, By AG World Missions
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