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    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. ...

Vantage Point: It's Good to Meet You!

By Ken Horn
June 13, 2010

Whether this is your first visit to an Assemblies of God church, you have attended before, or you have yet to attend, we want you to know that we care about you. Our Fellowship joins with the pastor and congregation of your local church to extend a warm welcome to you and yours.

Building the kingdom of God by touching lives is what our churches are all about. We care about people, and there are lots of opportunities for personal involvement in our churches: worship, Bible teaching, classes and activities for all ages. Whether you have a family or live alone, there is something for you.

All of our activities and relationships are undergirded by our values — the things we believe and practice. At the heart of all our values are what we call our core beliefs — important teachings from the Bible, God’s Word. There are four of them: salvation, divine healing, baptism in the Holy Spirit and the second coming of Christ.

In the pages that follow, four of our national leaders share from their hearts about the relevance and transforming power of each value. Sample testimonies from people whose lives have been changed are included. Each value has practical applications.

Thank you so much for your interest. We hope that this introduction to the Assemblies of God will be the beginning of a good relationship with our Fellowship and many good friendships with the people who attend our churches.

If there is any way in which we may serve you, this church stands ready. It is truly a wonderful thing to be a part of the family of God.

We hope to see you in church. May God bless you richly!

Ken Horn

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