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October 28 , 2001

General Superintendent speaks: 'A wake-up call'

America assaulted, God exalted
The terrorism that struck the United States on September 11 has impacted Assemblies of God churches and members throughout the country, both directly and indirectly. Included in this special issue are dramatic stories of individuals who were spared by God’s hand of protection and some of the A/G ministries that have responded to the need.

A first-hand account from an e-mail sent by the author to friends and family on the day following the attack on the World Trade Center.

A chaplain’s letter
Excerpts from a letter from Assemblies of God Chaplain Rick Ianniello to the Assemblies of God Chaplaincy Department on his ministry experience at the World Trade Center.

Chaplains making a difference in D.C.

A biblical response to America’s emergency
The following letter was sent to pastors across the United States, shortly after the recent terrorist attacks. Drafted by James O. Davis, national evangelists representative for the Assemblies of God, it was signed by many national Christian leaders, including Thomas E. Trask, general superintendent of the Assemblies of God.


Also in this issue:

A mandate, a mission, a future
A compilation of sermons from the 49th General Council in Kansas City, Mo. Included are messages by General Superintendent Thomas E. Trask, Evangelism Commissioner Randy Hurst and Pastor Jim Cymbala of Brooklyn Tabernacle.


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