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  • July 11, 2014 - Reflections

    By Jean S. Horner
    The other day while walking down a corridor in a public building, I saw what appeared to be someone walking toward me. On coming closer, I found it was my own reflection in a huge mirror. For a moment it frightened me. Somehow a full-length reflection of one’s self is a startling thing. ...



  • Excuses or Opportunities?

    Opportunities to do good abound, and so do excuses for doing nothing. God wants to use His children to show His love.
    BY GEORGE PAUL WOOD

  • New Year’s Revolution: God and You in 2011

    Self-improvement goals can only take you so far. Your Heavenly Father can help you reach your greatest potential in Him.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Rebound

    How do you react when God is speaking and no one else is listening?
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • A New Life

    You can personally know the One who, in an instant, can change the eternal direction of your life.

  • Jacob's Hope

    Assemblies of God missionary Jeff Friedman leads the Fellowship’s first outreach to the international Jewish community.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • When Jesus Entered Your World

    There is not one part of your world that Jesus Christ doesn’t understand.
    BY EDGAR DEAN HOWE

  • Drawing on Experience

    Retired Assemblies of God minister Paul F. Gray’s cartoons in Enrichment and other publications reflect his years behind the pulpit.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Linked

    Every generation in the body of Christ has something valuable to offer the others.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • Sandwich Generation

    More families are raising children while caring for aging parents.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Who Wrote the Best Seller?

    Only one Book so accurately describes mankind, world history, life, death, values and the future.

  • A Spirit-Driven Mission

    Scripture reveals one of the most important aspects of missions today: listening to what the Spirit is saying.
    By L. JOHN BUENO

  • Strategy of the Spirit

    Where we go, what we do and how we do it are inspired and guided by the Holy Spirit.
    By RANDY HURST

  • A Different Kind of Healing

    Joni Eareckson Tada’s dive into shallow water 43 years ago confronted her with quadriplegia, life in a wheelchair — and a new awareness of God’s grace at work in the world.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Meeting New Challenges

    Teen Challenge is adapting to the growing needs of those fighting new addictions.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Impenetrable Wall

    Alzheimer’s disease may not have a human cure, but it cannot separate the child of God from the Father’s care.
    BY LARRY HATFIELD

  • A Thankful Heart

    Alan and Tammy Groom discover the power of prayer when their youngest son is given only one chance of survival: a new heart.
    BY JENNIFER McCLURE

  • My Journey: Just Say ‘Jesus’

    During times of crisis, simply praying Jesus’ name can bring comfort.

  • Wilderness Vistas

    Ministry transitions, a growing family, a life-threatening illness — it all adds up to a faith-building journey.
    BY JEROMY DEIBLER with SCOTT HARRUP

  • Disaster Response Team Ready to Roll, Save Lives

    From tornadoes to earthquakes, Convoy of Hope spans the globe to offer food, water, cleaning supplies — and compassion — to those in need of relief from devastation.
    BY JEFF HOUGHTON

  • Expect the Unexpected

    The earthquake in Haiti carried a high toll in human life but created an open door for compassion.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Oil Spill in the Gulf

    Residents in bayou towns wonder what the future holds for the Gulf.
    BY RON SHOWERS

  • Portraits of Poverty in the Philippines

    Each week Convoy of Hope feeds 30,000 children throughout the Philippines.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Every Believer's Responsibility

    God has called each of us to minister to the poor and demonstrate the compassion of Christ.
    BY L. JOHN BUENO

  • So Easy to Forget

    In our lives of comfort and abundance, we must remember that many people are in desperate need.
    By RANDY HURST

  • Nature’s Warning Signs

    They may be small, but the bright colors of poison frogs make them hard to miss and serve as a clear warning sign to other animals. God’s Word has some important warnings too.

  • Risky Roadways

    It would take some pretty important cargo for you to want to travel in some parts of the world. But missionaries know the gospel is worth taking anywhere.

  • Safe at Home

    Despite its many danger zones, Earth is still the safest place in the universe. God created a wonderful home for us all.

  • Shot Down Over Europe

    Lt. Kenneth D. Barney was a prisoner of war during World War II. Many men and women in our Armed Forces have faced danger so we can be safe and free. Don’t forget Veterans Day next week.

  • Storm Warning

    Some jobs take people straight into the eye of the storm. Why do they take the risk? So we can better understand weather and stay safe during the next storm that comes our way.

  • Wasps of the Sea

    One of the most dangerous animals in the world, the box jellyfish, packs a terrible sting. The Bible tells us of a sting that’s much worse than anything in nature — and how to avoid it.

  • Rural Compassion

    Steve Donaldson and his team are empowering churches to meet physical and spiritual needs in rural communities.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Single Does Not Mean Alone

    With the encouragement of church leadership, singles can create support networks and thriving outreach ministries.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Without a Prayer?

    An increasingly pluralistic society is targeting Christians who petition God in public settings.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Help Your Pastors Thrive

    Find out how you can support your church staff as they face the rigors of 21st-century church ministry.
    BY LISA CLAY

  • Obsession With Beauty

    Christian parents and teachers have their work cut out for them when trying to counter cultural messages about bodily appearance.
    BY JOCELYN GREEN

  • Pentecost 101

    What is Pentecost exactly, and what does it mean to be Pentecostal?
    BY TIM ENLOE

  • 10 Top Tips for Single Adults

    The Single Adult Ministries national director shares principles to live by that can positively shape any relationship.
    BY DENNIS FRANCK

  • 10 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Share Their Faith

    Before your children acquire fears common to witnessing, learn how you can encourage and train them to share God’s plan of salvation.
    BY MICHELLE LaROWE

  • The Ten Commandments

    These divine mandates are as relevant to our lives today as they have always been.
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • A Call to Obedience

    Father and son pioneer missionaries Victor and David Plymire have served in China and Tibet for more than 100 years.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • 5 Vital Reasons for Campus Ministry

    Reaching college students with the gospel is essential to reaching the world for Christ.
    BY DENNIS GAYLOR

  • 'Chi Alpha Changed My Life'

    Students joining in the mission to transform the university campus tell how the ministry changed their lives.

  • Growing the Gospel on America's Campuses

    Seven Chi Alpha leaders share what God has done and is doing through the ministry.

  • Chi Alpha Poised to Expand Campus Ministry

    More than half a century since it began, the Assemblies of God campus ministry is reaching more students than ever before.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • 9 Outreaches for Your Mission Field

    These evangelism approaches can help a church of any size gain a wider gospel influence.
    BY MONTY HIPP

  • God4Girls Restores Hope

    AG missionary Jane Christiansen and a growing number of concerned Christians are helping child sex-trafficking victims rediscover a normal life.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Your Town, Your Mission Field

    Paul McCullough is “Pastor Paul” to a lot of people who never attend his church.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Life Schedules

    Thankfully, even when life veers away from our expectations, God is there to guide, as these three AG college students continue to discover.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP, JOHN W. KENNEDY and JENNIFER McCLURE

  • Our Future

    Nineteen Assemblies of God-endorsed schools are preparing a new generation for a great future.
    BY G. ROBERT COOK JR.

  • Virtual Classrooms

    Online education is here to stay as more students discover how the Internet is changing the college experience.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Reaching Peninsular Asia

    Though heavily influenced by Buddhism and other religions, Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand are experiencing a move of God.
    BY RUSS TURNEY

  • Thailand: New Day, New Generation

    In a spiritually dark nation, orphaned children are discovering the love of Christ.
    BY JEFFREY DOVE

  • Five Years After Katrina

    Assemblies of God churches along the Gulf of Mexico have rebounded after being devastated by the massive hurricane.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • God in the Storm

    One woman’s story demonstrates how your greatest storms can become sources of blessing.
    BY MICHAEL PARKER

  • God’s Word vs. Prevailing Circumstances

    God’s promises are powerful, but at times their fulfillment stretches our comprehension.
    BY GARY DENBOW

  • A Wandering Hippie, a Witnessing Widow

    Scott Temple, national director of the AG Office of Ethnic Relations, is eternally grateful that his van broke down 35 years ago in front of the house of a woman who shared the gospel.
    BY SCOTT TEMPLE as told to JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Tailor-Made Preacher

    Ghanaian Bismark Akomeah finds the right fit in Columbus, Ohio.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Bible: Words of Men or Words of God?

    The former general treasurer shared his passion for Scripture in this 2005 Evangel feature.
    BY JAMES K. BRIDGES

  • James K. Bridges — A Faithful Servant

    The general superintendent remembers his friend and former colleague.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • God Has a Plan for You

    Regardless of any perceived limitation — physical, situational or even spiritual — God has a purpose for your life.
    BY DORSEY ROSS

  • Pages of Peace

    God’s Word offers a boundless reservoir of wisdom for every life decision and words of comfort for every situation.
    BY PENTECOSTAL EVANGEL STAFF

  • Reaching the Underserved

    Churchgoers have a mission field in their own backyard.
    BY ROBERT MIMS

  • Christian Tourists Flock to Israel

    Visitors are checking out the Holy Land in unprecedented numbers.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Making the Connection: Your Children, Your Church

    Four tactics for involving your children with the body of Christ today can help to prevent a future disconnect.
    BY RYAN DARROW

  • Securing the Battlefield

    Young people face age-old pressures and newer, technology-driven temptations. Biblically savvy parents can help them deal with both.
    BY MICHELLE LaROWE

  • Five Truths About Water Baptism

    Followers of Christ must understand water baptism for the priority that it is.
    BY WAYNE BENSON

  • Stop Thinking the Worst

    Four words can help you stop thinking the worst and trust God for His best.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • When Silence Isn't Golden

    Victims of domestic violence need their churches’ intervention.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Forgiven by the Father

    Ohio Assemblies of God Pastor Mark Petric forgives the son who killed his wife — and nearly ended his life.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Four Months to Live

    Fred Carpenter’s cancer was supposed to have no cure. He’s been telling his story of God’s faithfulness for 16 years.
    BY ROBERT P. HOLLAND

  • In the Presence of Grief

    Whatever the cause of death or the age of the departed loved one, Christians can offer healing and compassion to the bereaved.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Hell — Is It Real?

    Though many today are unwilling to believe there is an ultimate penalty for sin, one day everyone will stand before Christ and receive His judgment.
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • On the Road to Hell

    Thanks to a praying mother, a critical motorcycle accident isn’t the end for a rebellious son.
    BY RYAN HIRSCH

  • Whatever Happened to Hell?

    Often discussed not too long ago, the topic is mostly missing from Christian conversations these days.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • LC's Secret

    This small-town mechanic never misses an opportunity to bless his community.
    BY JANE VAN NOTE

  • Living in the Presence of Hope

    Hopelessness is not a life sentence.
    BY LARRY BRADSHAW

  • Remembering the Holocaust

    Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem, the world’s largest memorial to honor the deaths of 6 million Jews, provides a necessary reminder of World War II atrocities.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • What You Gain When You Lose

    In the midst of your unexpected loss, God can open exciting doors of opportunity.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • Born to Skate

    Olympic speed skater Chad Hedrick began training as a child. But his commitment to Christ is having the greatest impact on his life.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Former General Treasurer With the Lord

    Raymond H. Hudson, a familiar and personable leader, served for 15 years at the helm of Assemblies of God stewardship.
    BY WAYNE WARNER

  • My Journey: Our Multigenerational Church

    All age groups contribute to the spiritual health of a congregation.
    BY NELDA AMMONS

  • A Fellowship Remembers Its Pentecostal Statesman

    Joseph R. Flower lived a full life as a pastor, evangelist, district superintendent and general secretary.
    BY WAYNE WARNER

  • Calvary — Where We Come to Know God

    Four aspects of discovering the truth of Christ and the Cross
    BY JOSEPH R. FLOWER

  • Islam in America

    Scripture, not emotion, should be our guide for reaching American Muslims for Christ.
    BY MARK HAUSFELD and TOMMY HODUM

  • Reaching Out With Truth

    Ministries offer compassion and hope to those struggling with same-sex attraction.
    BY KEN WALKER

  • A Day in the Life of Guy Penrod

    With eight pairs of eyes on them, parents Guy and Angie Penrod are reminded daily that life is a classroom.
    BY GUY PENROD

  • Dad Time

    Fathers who interact with their children plant life-changing seeds.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Don't Get Thrown

    A former rodeo bull rider — and current dad — shares thoughts on faith and fatherhood.
    BY DUKE EDWARDS with SCOTT HARRUP

  • More Questions Kids Ask About God

    Sometimes kids’ questions about God and life can build your own faith. This second collection of answers offers guidance for the little ones in your life.
    BY KEN HORN

  • My Journey: Grandfather Joys

    Having a 1-year-old granddaughter is invigorating to a middle-aged dad and a sign of God’s love.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Baptism in the Holy Spirit

    Though not a requirement of salvation, the Baptism is an empowering experience for Christians in order that they may be supernaturally equipped to perform their ministries.
    BY ALTON GARRISON

  • Blessed Hope

    The coming again of Jesus Christ is the Blessed Hope of the Church. Do you have that hope in you? If you were to die this day or if Jesus were to return, are you confident that your eternal home will be with Him in heaven?
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • Building A Foundation for Life

    Four core beliefs express life-changing truths from generation to generation.
    BY WES BARTEL

  • Divine Healing

    This demonstration of God’s love for us is also continued proof that Jesus really is the Messiah, Savior and Healer.
    BY DOUG CLAY

  • Salvation

    Are there ever any second chances in life? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. The Bible calls it salvation.
    BY JAMES BRADFORD

  • Back to the Basics With 'Primal'

    A review of Primal: A Quest for the Lost Soul of Christianity by Mark Batterson
    BY GEORGE PAUL WOOD

  • Beyond the Soiled Curtain

    BY DAVID and BETH GRANT

  • Love Your Bible Enought to Wear It Out

    A Bible should become as personal as a pair of well-worn sneakers.
    BY ROSE McCORMICK BRANDON

  • Primal

    BY MARK BATTERSON

  • Publishing's New Paradigm

    Christian organizations, media companies and readers confront the digital revolution.
    BY STEVE RABEY

  • The Telling

    BY BEVERLY LEWI

  • Married to the Military

    While soldiers fight a physical battle abroad, military spouses face an array of challenges at home and rely on the body of Christ for the encouragement they need.
    BY JOCELYN GREEN

  • My Journey: A Living Legacy

    His mother’s unwavering love and faith transformed this Marine’s life.
    BY JASON AARON WOMELSDORF

  • 'Retired' Clergy Still Active in Ministry

    They have served the Assemblies of God for decades, and they see no reason to let their age get in the way today.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Moved by the Spirit

    The Holy Spirit’s power provides whatever is necessary to accomplish the tasks to which our Lord has commissioned us.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • My Journey: I Met Jesus at a Rock Concert

    Memories of a personal encounter with the Savior led to a life-changing Pentecostal baptism.
    BY DICK SCHROEDER

  • Understanding Spiritual Gifts

    Spiritual gifts are not given that we might be bigger stars, but that we might be better servants.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • Follow Your Nose

    Like a bloodhound sniffing out clues, Nicodemus went in search of the truth of salvation.

  • Not Top Secret

    The baptism in the Holy Spirit can help you share God’s truth with those who need to hear.

  • Spy in the Sky

    Spy planes are fast. Jesus will gather His followers into the sky even faster.

  • A Mother's Heart

    Motherhood not only changes your life, but transforms the deepest part of your identity.
    BY CHRISTINA POWELL

  • Four in a Million Ways to Be a Good Mom

    Being the perfect mom is impossible, but there are many ways to be a good mom.
    BY JODI DETRICK

  • Happy at Home

    More moms are finding contentment by cutting out or cutting back on work outside the home in order to spend more time with their children.
    BY JOCELYN GREEN

  • Haiti: Building a New Hope and Future

    A reporter’s notebook gives an inside story of the relief efforts in Haiti.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Rebuilding That Lasts

    Assemblies of God World Missions and Convoy of Hope offer immediate assistance, and the Fellowship responds generously.
    BY L. JOHN BUENO

  • Together in Mission

    Through partnership, we are maximizing the impact of Christ’s love and message.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • A Prisoner Chooses

    What looks like lost time can become the most productive
    time in your life.
    BY JOHN SKIPWORTH as told to ANN FLOYD

  • Jesus in an Orange Jumpsuit

    Christ’s followers need to envision the Savior among the prisoners they serve.
    BY RICHARD DIXON

  • Sin by Silence

    Domestic abuse victim Brenda Clubine becomes a voice for the victimized after serving a 26-year murder sentence.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Please Remember America in Your Prayers

    The National Day of Prayer reflects a centuries-long reality of American history and a continuing vital practice.
    BY FRANKLIN GRAHAM

  • Stirring Up Gifts

    Christian artists seek a place in church ministry, and Assemblies of God higher education centers want the trend to grow.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Mirror, Mirror ... What Do I See When I See Me?

    Guidance on how to approach self-image
    By David W. Argue

  • Virtual Morality

    Video game fantasies have real-life implications.
    By Christina Quick

  • Your Body — God's Gift

    A plan for physical health
    By JoAnn Butrin

  • Jesus in a Seeking World

    Eurasia is home to three of the world’s largest religions, but only the Savior, Jesus Christ, can truly bring new life.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • On the Ground in Haiti

    AG World Missions and Convoy of Hope respond quickly after the earthquake in Haiti.
    BY HAL DONALDSON

  • Easter Changes Everything

    The event that forever transformed history empowered frightened followers 2,000 years ago and is still empowering believers today.
    BY CHARLIE SELF

  • From the Incarnation to the Internet

    Light for the Lost spreads a life-changing message in a changing world.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Resurrection Reality

    One act in history separates Christianity from every philosophy and every religion, and stops the mouths of every critic of Christ.
    BY RON DiCIANNI

  • 'Father, Forgive Them'

    The Savior’s first words from the cross set an unprecedented example for all of us.
    BY RANDAL ROSS

  • Palm Sunday Promises

    Jesus’ triumphal Jerusalem entry holds blessings for your life.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • Voluntourism

    Churches and ministries reap the benefits from a family trend of blending travel with volunteer efforts.
    BY JOCELYN GREEN

  • Communion: Feeding the Soul

    Through the apostle Paul’s writings, God reveals four practical principles believers should follow when approaching the Communion table.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • Home Stressed Home

    Shouting among frazzled family members has multiple negative consequences — including a possible broken relationship with God.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Still Preaching and Praying

    Mary Watford Stabler has been pastor of the same Alabama church for more than seven decades — making her the longest continually serving pastor of the same congregation in the Assemblies of God.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Nurturing Growth

    Establishing local churches is key to planting the Church worldwide.
    By L. John Bueno

  • Reaching Honduras ... One Church at a Time

    Missionary Bill Strickland and Centro Evangelistico members demonstrate how one church can impact a city and nation for Christ.
    By Charity Sites

  • The Pentecostal Evangel: 5,000 Issues and Counting

    The magazine commemorates a milestone of Pentecostal message and ministry.
    By KEN HORN

  • Divorced ... and Parenting

    After divorce, parenting challenges multiply. These 10 key principles can help restore a solid foundation beneath family relationships.
    BY MICHELLE LaROWE CONOVER

  • Single and Financially Secure

    In a single-parent home, resources are often stretched to the breaking point. But there are ways to gain financial footing.
    BY DEBORAH McNAUGHTON

  • Bay Area Rebuilders

    Brothers Forrest and David Beiser are helping to revitalize historic churches in San Francisco and Oakland.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Breaking Through the Blues

    The holiday rush is long gone, but the dreariness of winter lingers. Hold tight to these practical, biblical tips to get you through to springtime.
    BY DAVID B. CRABTREE

  • The Rest of God

    Exhausted? Overwhelmed with your life’s circumstances? God’s plan for you is to live a rested life. Discover how.
    BY LARRY HATFIELD

  • A Marriage Made in Heaven

    Isaac and Rebekah tied the knot about 4,000 years ago, but their life lessons still apply to 21st-century couples.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Four Keys to Getting Past Communication Road Blocks

    Every couple experiences conflict, but an effective, scriptural response speeds resolution.
    BY LINDA MINTLE

  • Why Wait for Marriage?

    In an increasingly sex-saturated culture, there are plenty of reasons, including biblical ones, to remain pure before matrimony.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Bringing Health and Hope

    HealthCare Ministries touches the poor and suffering around the world by meeting physical needs and demonstrating the compassion of Christ.
    BY DR. JoANN BUTRIN

  • Radio: Speaking to the World

    Missionaries broadcast the gospel to the lost — with results that show missions radio is not a medium of the past.
    BY DAVID LEE

  • 'God Brought Me Here for a Reason'

    Thomas Tapeh would never have seen a football game, much less played for the Philadelphia Eagles, if his mother had gone through with her desperate plan in a Liberian abortion clinic.
    BY CHAD BONHAM

  • Hasselbeck's Hero

    Matt Hasselbeck was a backup college quarterback when he experienced life-changing inspiration from an unexpected source.
    BY GAIL WOOD

  • No Average Joe

    After leading teams to success on the gridiron and the racing circuit, Joe Gibbs believes the ultimate "Game Plan for Life" is no secret.
    BY ERIC TIANSAY

  • Pennington Finds His Game

    It’s a blessing and a curse. How do you respond to being the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year … twice? Chad Pennington just keeps pushing past the setbacks and finding the next play.
    BY GAIL WOOD

  • Abortion Deception

    Nearly four decades after Roe v. Wade, lies about the taking of a baby's life continue.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Renay West: Breaking the Silence

    By sharing her own story of abuse, Renay West is helping other victims begin a journey to healing.
    BY JENNIFER McCLURE

  • iPhone Churches

    Congregations are using new technology to connect members and to reach the unchurched.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Just One More Thing to Do

    A dying father leaves an unexpected legacy.
    BY SHELLY HERBER

  • Shepherding Lost Men

    Assemblies of God Chaplain Charlie McElveen lives the gospel at Union Gospel Mission in St. Paul, Minn.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Partners With the Spirit

    A call for participation across the Fellowship in strategic church planting.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • Satellite Churches

    Churches with multiple locations are discovering avenues for growth and changing how congregations operate.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • The 20th-Century Pentecostal Explosion

    A handful of believers in a dilapidated building spearheaded a worldwide Movement that today numbers more than 640 million people.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Compassion in the Flood

    AG World Missions, HealthCare Ministries, Convoy of Hope and the national church respond to flooding in the Philippines that caused destruction of homes and loss of lives.

  • Samoan Islands: The Long Road to Recovery

    A tsunami causes heartbreaking devastation to small islands in the Pacific, but AG World Missions, the Samoan Assemblies of God and Convoy of Hope bring relief.

  • He Will ... You Can

    Find out how you can share your faith in 2010.
    By Randy Hurst

  • Really?!

    Retirement plans in the Bible: Which package will work for you?
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • Discovering the Call of God

    Finding God's will is not about rules as much as it is about relationship.
    BY CURT HARLOW

  • Watch Your Language

    Filthy speech pervades today’s culture, but Christians shouldn’t be comfortable with uninhibited expression.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

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