Assemblies of God


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a charismatic Protestant denomination in the United States

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Founded by the Assemblies of God church denomination in 1939, VFCC teaches that, since humans are made in the image of God, it is immoral to participate in, provide access to, pay for, designate others to pay for, train others to engage in, or otherwise support methods that may destroy a developing human life.
Countering Wacker and other second-generation Assemblies of God historians, Alexander finds pacifism (or, as he prefers to say, advocates of crucifism--a term he likens to the Anabaptist concept of discipleship) at the heart of early Pentecostalism.
Arkansas District Council of the Assemblies of God Inc.
Born in 1942, Ashcroft grew up the dutiful child of a roving Assemblies of God minister who later settled down to run various Bible colleges in Missouri.
For nine years, Ferguson's Assemblies of God church in Cedar Hill, Texas, has staged "Hell House," a series of morality plays that, says Ferguson, show how sin leads to "a real place called hell.
The Assemblies of God (AG) retains its position as the largest Pentecostal denomination in the country, despite the fall from grace of its two best known televangelists, Jimmy Swaggart and Jim Bakker.
Basil Varnam, of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God in Britain, said: "We take scientific 'evidence' with a pinch of salt.
With this issue profiling the Assemblies of God denomination, the Post begins a series of articles on churches and synagogues in America and the part they have played in making America a great country and keeping it great.
We are honored that two of the finest organizations in the religious community - the Assemblies of God and the Texas Baptist Women's Missionary Union - have selected MinistryTouch to enhance their organization's communication needs," said Glenn White, Director of MinistryTouch Communications.
Ward (1909-1996) to the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center(FPHC), the official archives and research center of the Assemblies of God fellowship.
Gary Blair McGee, 63, Assemblies of God educator, missiologist, author, and historian, December 10, 2008, in Springfield, Missouri, of cancer.
He also served as the Men's Director for the Southern New England District of the Assemblies of God.
Race and the Assemblies of God Church; the journey from Azusa Street to the "Miracle of Memphis".
Nationally, she said, less accepting denominations include Southern Baptists, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Seventh-Day Adventists, Assemblies of God, the Church of God in Christ and large segments within Roman Catholicism.