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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. ...



  • A Pentecostal Look at Christmas

    Christmas rightly reminds us of the Father’s gift of the Son. But the Holy Spirit is integral to the events surrounding the Savior’s birth.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Expect His Blessings in 2012

    God’s unchanging promises offer hope and assurance amid any uncertainties and challenges we might face.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • No Silence Here

    That holy night in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago likely was not silent, even as we contemplate the joy and hope Christ brings.
    BY BARBARA HUGHES

  • That Joy-Filled Name

    The greatest remedy for life’s lonely sorrows is Christ’s abiding presence as “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.”
    BY T. RAY RACHELS

  • Church Planting Journal: A Shepherd’s Heart

    Calvary Christian Church in Lynnfield, Mass., impacts New England by caring for people within the local community and beyond.
    BY CHRISTINA POWELL

  • The Power of a Mother’s Prayer

    A loving gift from anonymous Christians, and a long-ago promise to a praying mother, lead a young soldier back to the faith he knew as a child.
    BY LARRY HATFIELD

  • To Stand Among His Witnesses

    The legacy of the Assemblies of God’s oldest endorsed college is traced from its beginnings as Glad Tidings Bible Institute in 1919 to its closing as Bethany University earlier this year.
    BY ROBERT AND MARILYN ABPLANALP

  • Blazing a Trail

    Under President Cordas C. Burnett (1959-1972), Bethany led the way for other AG colleges in the area of accreditation.
    BY BOB COOK

  • Bethany: The Vision Lives

    Reflections from Bethany’s longest-tenured president (1978-1992) following founder Robert Craig (1919-1941).
    BY DICK FOTH

  • Already There

    Missionaries and national believers are already in place — all over the world — to touch the poor and suffering with Christ’s compassion.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Look Up! Eight Ways to Rise Above the Clouds

    Eight biblical ways to spiritually put your life on a positive course.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Dreaming God’s Dreams

    A challenge to believers to discover God’s dream for your life — from the closing service of this year’s General Council in Phoenix.
    BY DOUGLAS E. CLAY

  • My Journey: Twenty Years Later

    In the aftermath of a violent traffic accident, a pastor’s wife learns about God’s grace and provision, as well as His worthiness to be trusted with our lives.
    BY DIANE WALKER GIFFORD

  • A Thankful Heart Is a Peaceful Heart

    Prayers of gratitude can bring calm into any situation.
    BY KEN HORN

  • No Power Without Presence

    In an evening service from this year’s General Council in Phoenix, Assemblies of God General Secretary James Bradford challenges believers to seek God’s presence first of all.
    BY JAMES T. BRADFORD

  • Remember the Poor

    When we are used to comfort or abundance, we can easily forget that others are hungry and suffering.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Finding Answers to Tough Questions

    The Bible holds the answers to even the toughest questions of life and faith.

  • Transformed Through Tests

    The Communion service message from this year’s General Council in Phoenix reflects on the tests faced by Peter and how we, like the apostle, can pass the test.
    BY L. ALTON GARRISON

  • My Journey: Seconds From Death

    Tangled parachute lines turn a routine paratrooper training jump into a struggle for survival — and an opportunity to trust in God’s grace. 
    BY CHAPLAIN EDDIE W. COOK

  • The Horn of Africa — A Place Where Horror and Hope Converge

    In the midst of drought and starvation in East Africa, missionaries and nationals are reaching out with God’s love.
    BY MIKE McCLAFLIN

  • A Leader of Principle and Passion

    An interview with the new World Missions executive director, Greg Mundis
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Cloudburst

    Despite frequent flooding in the Philippines, missionaries Rodney and Aida Stine maintain effective ministry to the islands.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Hey Kids!

    Oct. 30, 2011

  • Jesus Is God's Son

    God loves us so much that He sent Jesus into the world.

  • Jesus Was a Kid Too

    Jesus knows what it’s like to be a kid — and He has great plans for us no matter how old we are.

  • Jesus Died and Rose Again

    Jesus died for us, then rose from the dead, so our sins could be forgiven.

  • Jesus Is a Friend

    Jesus cares about you and wants to be your closest friend.

  • Jesus Is Coming Back

    Jesus is coming again to give everyone who follows Him a great future in heaven.

  • Jesus Teaches How to Live

    Nothing is more valuable or more important than knowing Jesus and living for Him.

  • Jesus’ Miracles Show God’s Love

    Jesus can do miracles for us and others that no one else can do.

  • Twin Obsessions

    Ministry-minded twins Dean and David Curry help the troubled in Tacoma, Wash., leading a megachurch and the city’s rescue mission.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Mark of a Messenger

    The keynote message from this year’s General Council in Phoenix follows Haggai’s preaching to challenge every believer to make his or her mark.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • Brotherly Charity

    North Dakota entrepreneurs Jon and Si Liechty have blessed Assemblies of God ministries for over half a century.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Church Planting Journal: Nine Keys to Welcoming Guests Well

    A church growth expert offers nine effective ideas to consider when welcoming guests into your church.
    BY DICK HARDY

  • Consolidation and Elections

    The 54th General Council in Phoenix featured a number of important elections and decisions that will impact the future of the Assemblies of God.
    BY ROB CUNNINGHAM

  • Peace in the Storm

    Residents of Joplin, Mo., experience God’s faithfulness amid the destruction and loss of life of the May 22 tornado.
    BY JOLYNN COLEMAN

  • My Journey: Yes! I Am Pentecostal

    Being Pentecostal is more than a momentary experience. It’s a lifelong journey.
    BY JAMES R. BRADDY

  • Focus on Families

    Assemblies of God children’s pastors are more effectively reaching the next generation with the gospel through parents and relationships.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Exemplary Service

    Upon his retirement, we honor Assemblies of God World Missions Executive Director John Bueno and his wife, Lois, for more than 50 years of missionary service.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Creation’s Hymn

    Faith-focused study of the sciences affirms God as Creator, Heavenly Father and Savior.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Science and the Pew

    The key to worshipping in unity in a science-minded culture is to consider the needs of others along with our own.
    BY CHRISTINA POWELL

  • What? Me Superstitious?

    Cultural and family influences often indoctrinate Christians into not-so-innocent beliefs.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • ‘Male and Female He Created Them’

    Both the Old and New Testaments give unambiguous and universal assertions that homosexual behavior violates God’s intention for humanity.
    BY BRADY BOBBINK

  • Forgiven of Every Sin

    A Chi Alpha campus missionary in training honestly reflects on the lesbian lifestyle she left behind when she encountered Jesus Christ as Savior.
    BY TIA HAYNES

  • Fallen Lineup

    A new crop of network TV series demeans women and sends morally corrupt messages.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • 9/11 Reflections

    Survivors share stories of God’s mercy and protection amid tragedy on the day that shook America. 
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Life as a Critical Care Nurse

    On any given night, an ER can be the scene of indescribable trauma and tragedy. Yet for one nurse, God is very near amid the chaos.
    BY LYDIA PATE

  • Chaplains, First Responders Assist During Disasters

    Pastors, chaplains, laypeople and emergency personnel all have a role to play when a disaster brings physical and spiritual challenges.
    BY KELLY BEVILL

  • Restoring Life

    An overgrown farm in Lancaster County stands as a symbol of how God can bring life again.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Zero Zone

    An area of Central Eurasia once Christian now offers opportunity to share Christ’s love.
    BY OMAR BEILER

  • Backyard Mission Field

    Mark and Nancy Fitzgerald spent 16 years as Assemblies of God world missionaries in Mexico before accepting a new assignment: reaching Hispanics in their native Oklahoma.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Back to School = Back to Basics

    Following a few simple steps can help you and your child get the new school year started on the right track.
    BY KRISTEN FEOLA

  • America’s Melting Pot: The Church’s Ministry Challenge

    The Assemblies of God sees an expanding outreach among the growing number of Hispanics in the nation.
    BY ROBERT MIMS

  • An Unlikely Christmas Gift

    A shattered Christmas fable — and a mother’s newfound faith — help a boy discover the true wonder of life in Christ.
    BY BOB ABPLANALP

  • Going to Church

    What should you expect when you attend a worship service?
    BY KEN HORN

  • His Ability

    AG ministers find that no disability can block them from following God’s call for their lives.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • The Whys of God

    After injury sidelines his dreams of big league success, a high school baseball star discovers God has even bigger plans for his life.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • God Is Not Out to Get You!

    Some people think God is waiting to catch them in a sin or failure. Nothing could be further from the truth.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Second Chances

    We all experience failure; we all live with regrets. But each of us has the opportunity to accept God’s offer of recovery and renewal.
    BY DAVID B. CRABTREE

  • Room for You

    Assemblies of God World Missions is an ever-growing network where your life can count in fulfilling the Great Commission.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Hope Rising

    A spiritual battle is taking place on Native American reservations across America. Yet through the power of the Holy Spirit, AG Native American ministries are at work to see lives changed and souls saved.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Joplin Disaster

    Deadliest tornado levels Missouri community.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Saved From a Watery Grave

    A summer fishing trip turns into a fight for survival.
    BY DAVID BLATCHFORD

  • The Monster in the Mirror

    With the help of a friend, the author rediscovered the greatest Source of help and comfort when an accident left him paralyzed.
    BY RICH DIXON

  • Out of the Fog

    A faith-filled pastor teaches a suicidal man the light of God’s love can penetrate the blackest despair.
    BY CHRISTOPHER RANDOLPH

  • You Can Trust the Bible

    God’s Word has withstood every attack through the ages and continues to stand as a trustworthy foundation for faith.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • Find Your Daily Boost

    A biblical perspective can salvage the worst day, and improve the best of days. Excerpts from Daily Boost, a free email and online devotional.

  • Astrology Hazards

    Horoscopes, psychics and palm readers have no solid advice and are the subject of numerous scriptural warnings.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Remembering David Wilkerson

    The Pennsylvania preacher acted on simple obedience to reach gang members in New York City. That first step of faith would lead to a series of ministries with worldwide influence.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • The Cross and the Switchblade

    An excerpt from one of the most influential Christian books of the 20th century recounts David Wilkerson’s first meeting with a gang on the street.
    BY DAVID WILKERSON WITH JOHN AND ELIZABETH SHERRILL

  • A Closer Look at a Classic: The Cross and the Switchblade

    In an earlier interview with the Pentecostal Evangel, David Wilkerson and Elizabeth Sherrill describe the spiritual disciplines that formed the foundation for their book.

  • Open Doors to the Community

    Fire and police chaplains take the gospel into challenging situations.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Pioneering a Campus Ministry

    Chi Alpha is impacting students for Christ at Colorado State University.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • They Died for Me

    Fellow soldiers’ sacrifice pointed one man to the greatest Sacrifice.
    BY ZOLLIE SMITH as told to SCOTT HARRUP

  • Crash Landing

    More than 65 years ago, God protected a U.S. World War II bomber crew. Today, a crewmember’s daughter serves as a missionary in the country where his life was spared.
    BY KERBY RIALS

  • Prayers Strike Out H1N1

    Arkansas teenager Luke Duvall almost died from H1N1, but prayers of his pastor father and others helped turn the illness around.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • This World Is Not My Home

    Five vital questions for Christ-followers point to their dual citizenship.
    BY PAUL E. GRABILL

  • Fathers, Sons and Royal Rangers

    The Assemblies of God ministry to boys allows fathers and sons to grow in their relationships, with the Lord and with each other.
    BY JORDAN SCHRANDT

  • If I Had Another Shot at It

    If given a fresh start with your family, what would you do differently?
    BY T. RAY RACHELS

  • My Darkest Hour, My Brightest Day

    A baby’s tragic diagnosis crushes a father’s spirit, but a powerful prayer inspires hope.
    BY REECE KEPLER

  • Credibility

    The Holy Spirit enables us to be witnesses through our ways as well as our words.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • The Baptism and Fullness of the Spirit

    Spirit baptism is a distinct part of our entrance into the full Christian life, along with salvation and water baptism.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • The Fruits of Discipleship

    Churches in the Acts 2 Discipleship Process experience growth and excitement.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Emerging Adults

    Young Americans are slower to “grow up,” and they have different views about marriage, career and church — but they want strong parental ties. 
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Put God in the Driver's Seat

    An excerpt from Road Trip Leadership
    By George O. Wood

  • A Taste of Heaven

    The World Assemblies of God Fellowship gathers in Chennai, India.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Forward! In God’s Favor

    The World Assemblies of God chairman shares his vision for the next 10 years in this condensation of his keynote message.
    BY GEORGE O. WOOD

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness

    God wants us to be dependable.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness

    Jesus is the perfect example of how to let the Holy Spirit help us be gentle.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness

    The Holy Spirit helps you live like Jesus, both by refusing to do evil and choosing to do good.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Joy

    The Holy Spirit helps us have God’s joy no matter what happens to us.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Kindness

    You show people God’s love by the way you treat them.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Love

    The Holy Spirit helps us love everyone, even our enemies.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Patience

    With the Holy Spirit’s help, you can wait and wait and wait … and keep smiling.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Peace

    When you trust God, you can replace worry and fear with His peace.

  • Fruit of the Spirit: Self-Control

    The Holy Spirit helps us develop self-control in three key areas: Our thoughts, our actions and our words.

  • God's Plan: It's as simple as ABC

    If you want to be saved from sin, it's as simple as ABC.

  • Hey Kids!

    May 22, 2011

  • What Is the Fruit of the Spirit?

    The Holy Spirit helps you develop nine wonderful character traits to show people you are a Christian.

  • AG Chaplain Instrumental in Securing New Chapel for Women Prisoners

    A new amphitheater and surrounding gardens for women prisoners in Chowchilla, Calif., will allow more prisoners to hear the gospel.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Forty-Two Souls

    Motorcyclists on a mission share God’s blessing with a prison community.
    BY R. DUANE GRYDER

  • Holding on to Hope

    Carol Kent finds signs of hope, even though her only child is spending the rest of his days in prison.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Grandmothering 101

    Discover practical and purposeful ways you can be a spiritual role model to your grandchildren.
    BY MICHELLE LaROWE

  • In God’s Perfect Time

    Annabel Navarrete Lopez thought infertility and a troubled marriage meant she would never have children. God had other plans.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Mama’s Boys

    Mother-son relationships create important anchors in life for the men of tomorrow.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Access: Shouldn't Everyone Have a Chance?

    How can the lost believe in Christ unless they hear? And how can they hear unless someone tells them?
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Maranatha

    We must intensify our efforts to take the gospel to unreached areas of the world.
    BY L. JOHN BUENO

  • Finding Fulfillment

    Joe Rodriguez builds a family after coming to grips with his past.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Rejecting Reincarnation

    A surprising number of Christians buy into the unbiblical concept of multiple rebirths. But the promise of resurrection has no connection with reincarnation.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Cross: Where Death and Sin Are Conquered

    Live where the cross is vacant and the tomb is empty.
    BY KEN HORN

  • The Practice of a Quiet Time

    Take some practical steps to enrich your life with times of scriptural reflection and prayer.
    BY ALTON GARRISON

  • Palm Sunday's Window

    Understanding Palm Sunday through its cultural context provides insights into the faith, world and final days of Jesus during His earthly ministry.
    BY MARC TURNAGE

  • Passover Still Points to the Savior

    Passover is an ageless reminder of Israel’s deliverance from Egypt and symbolically points toward the Messiah who offers deliverance for all people.
    BY JEFF FRIEDMAN

  • Reading, Writing and Reaching Out

    Assemblies of God churches open doors to families seeking Christian education.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Get the Word Out!

    From middle school to college and beyond, Assemblies of God youth are offering their friends a clear presentation of faith in Christ.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY, JENNIFER McCLURE and EMILY THARP

  • Job — Continuing to Overcome

    Job McCully has endured more medical adversity in his 13 years than most people face in a lifetime. But in every crisis, he has encountered God’s faithfulness.
    BY JENNIFER McCLURE

  • Spiritual Freedom at School

    While Christian students don’t have as much leeway to express their faith in public schools as they had half a century ago, they still have rights when it comes to reading the Bible, praying and evangelizing.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Changing Face, Change of Heart

    Though European culture is filled with religious history, less than 3 percent of people in Europe today know Jesus.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Europe: It’s Not What You Think

    Immigration is rapidly changing Europe’s culture, but it also presents wonderful opportunities.
    BY GREG MUNDIS

  • The Spirit Knows

    God knew that reaching out to immigrants would become a major factor in reaching Europe.
    By L. JOHN BUENO

  • Christians in Iran Face Intense Persecution

    Despite intimidation, harassment, accusations and violence, Iranian believers are growing stronger in their faith and in their determination to share the gospel.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Heaven — Make It Your Destination!

    The Bible assures the follower of Christ of an immediate destination after physical death and an ultimate eternal abode after the return of Jesus Christ.
    BY JAMES H. RAILEY

  • 'Is It Church Day?'

    Nothing could discourage Shandi Jordan from believing her family would one day be together in church.
    BY GARY ROGERS

  • The Dreamer

    Push past life’s discouragement and delays and hold on to the dream God has given you.
    BY TERRY HART

  • City on a Hill

    A vacated hospital is now a ministry center offering vital resources to struggling communities in Milwaukee, the fourth-poorest U.S. city.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • How Rich You Really Are!

    God does want you to be prosperous — but His way.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Redefining Culture Wars

    Rather than attacking what is wrong with homosexuality, some AG pastors are urging a more compassionate approach to individuals involved. 
    BY ROBERT MIMS

  • Decisions Point to Recovery

    Former President George W. Bush begins national tour promoting his memoirs with an evening to promote Teen Challenge.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Nebo

    In Jordan today, one can stand where Moses stood.
    BY KEN HORN

  • The Man Who Stood on Top of the World

    Defeating pride and rediscovering God’s power in our lives
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • AG Steps Up Efforts to Fight Human Trafficking in the U.S.

    Assemblies of God U.S. Missions is stepping up efforts to combat the scourge of women and girls being sold into domestic sexual slavery.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Becoming a Woman of Influence

    Expressing Christ’s love through simple acts of encouragement can shape a life for eternity.
    BY CAROL KENT

  • Finding Faith, Hope and Love

    Sisters Heather Gilion and Holly Snell, whose husbands died eight months after their father, discover God is faithful even in the midst of sorrow.
    BY JENNIFER McCLURE

  • Children and the Gospel

    The Church is mandated to value children and reach them with the truth.
    BY L. JOHN BUENO

  • Looking Through the 4/14 Window

    The vast majority of Christians come to Christ between the ages of 4 and 14. How can more children be reached?
    BY ROB HOSKINS

  • OneHope: God’s Word. Every Child.

    Since 1987, OneHope has created an array of resources to take the gospel to the children of the world.
    BY BOB HOSKINS

  • A Recipe for Discipleship

    While there is no single model for promoting discipleship within the church, there are common ingredients needed in every discipleship plan.
    BY WES BARTEL

  • Surviving Disasters

    Assemblies of God Disaster Relief enables churches to make it through unexpected calamities such as tornadoes, earthquakes and fires.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • With Tongue in Check

    Thoughtless words can cause big trouble; here is good advice for controlling the tongue.
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • Nothing Less

    Jesus’ sacrifice moves us to complete obedience to all He commanded.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • The Lordship of Christ

    Jesus committed himself to four facets of ministry. In order to reach the whole world with the whole gospel, we must implement each one.
    BY L. JOHN BUENO

  • ‘Peanut’: Charles Tillman Turns the Corner

    A faith foundation built in college proved to be the vital key for the Chicago Bears right cornerback when his infant daughter faced a deadly illness.
    BY ERIC TREUIL

  • Jim Kelly — A Father’s Heartache and Newfound Joy

    Jim and Jill Kelly never imagined the pain they would share with their son or the immeasurable joy he would bring into their home.

  • Leonard Weaver's Unlikely Journey

    The Philadelphia Eagles fullback is used to being a long shot. A torn ACL during the 2010 season is just another opportunity to trust God with the outcome.
    BY GAIL WOOD

  • Faith on the Field

    A game that wasn’t supposed to mean anything turned out to mean everything to a team of youths society had written off.
    BY DAVID THOMAS

  • A Case for Adoption

    While some in today’s culture are uncomfortable with the suggestion of adoption, apparently God is quite comfortable with it.
    BY MARIA BUNDRICK

  • No Longer Hushed

    Child abuse victims find healing through recovery in Christian contexts.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Lord Has Responded

    God’s provision for the McCarthy family answers an expectant mother’s prayer.
    BY DEBBIE WHEELAND

  • A Larger Family

    Leaders of sister Pentecostal fellowships gather in Springfield, Mo., to reflect on their history and their shared commitment to the Great Commission.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • My Journey: Learning to Wait, Discovering Wholeness

    A son’s final days with his father enrich his understanding of his service to God.
    BY JERRY D. SCOTT

  • What Happened to Joy?

    We can defeat discouragement when we remember our sins are forgiven, the Holy Spirit indwells us, and we are promised healing and spiritual victory.
    BY ADA NICHOLSON BROWNELL

  • Church Multiplication Network

    The Assemblies of God Fellowship is taking steps to meet urgent church planting needs.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Harvest of Souls

    Reaching a soul for eternity could begin with simple friendship today.
    BY JIM HALL

  • Prepared to Preach

    Assemblies of God pastor-evangelist Ruby Nell Davis-York of Ada, Okla., completes every available course offered by Berean School of the Bible — after 47 years in ministry.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • 'Put Me in, Coach'

    Community outreach events spur the needed breakthrough for a frustrated church planter in Midlothian, Texas.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Paying a Price

    An Indian pastor suffers a severe beating, but continues to serve. His story represents many others.
    By RANDY HURST

  • Reaching the Children

    With Assemblies of God World Missions recognizing 2011 as the Year of the Child, we are proud of missionaries around the world who are ministering to children.
    By L. JOHN BUENO

  • Reaching the Children: Regional Reports

    Missionaries and national pastors in each region of AG World Missions are touching children with the compassion of Christ.
    By AG WORLD MISSIONS STAFF WRITERS

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