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December 31, 2006

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Editorial: Hope in the darkness

Conversation roundtable

Hinduism in America
A small but growing religion that emphasizes acceptance is taking root in U.S. cities and suburbs.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY
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Anything but covert: Urban Outreach East St. Louis
Taking the gospel to the streets of one of the Midwest’s toughest cities requires in-your-face evangelism, much prayer and a lot of compassion — a measure of fearlessness also comes in handy.
BY KIRK NOONAN
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Immigrant pastors find readyaudience in United States
Changing demographics provide the U.S. Assemblies of God with opportunities to reach ethnic minorities.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

Big city, small town
Assemblies of God congregations are connecting with communities large and small. Three church leaders discuss why such ministry is vital to future growth.


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