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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. ...



  • I Want to Change My Life — But How?

    God’s Word offers truly effective principles for those who seek lasting change.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • My Journey: A “Do-Over” Life!

    God offers the hope of redemption and new life, no matter the tragedy of the past.
    BY THOMAS O. COLBY

  • Productive Praying

    A strong, vibrant prayer life enriches spiritual growth among believers and expands the kingdom of God in the world.
    BY DICK EASTMAN

  • The Real Christmas Tree

    A prominent symbol of the season in many homes offers reminders of salvation’s timeless story.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Our Humble Messiah

    In Christ, God became flesh to identify with our deepest cares, challenges and hurts — and to meet our greatest need.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • My Journey: Reed Is Playing Football!

    When an active young boy contracts a rare disease, God demonstrates He is still in the miracle-working business.
    BY TOM BOUGHER

  • Home for Christmas

    The greatest joy of Christmas is realized when we find our way “home.”
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • A Christmas Angel

    A benevolent stranger delivers a Christmas to remember for a family in need.
    BY ISAAC CANALE

  • The 7:14 Prayer Initiative

    The 7:14 call to prayer for our nation is rooted in the promise that God responds to the humble cries of His people.
    BY JAMES BRADFORD

  • Life by the Book

    God designed Scripture to guide the course of our lives in a hectic and spiritually hostile world.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • The Betweener and the Victor

    Spiritual growth is essential as we travel the uncertain road between the Cross and Christ’s glorious return.
    BY GARY DENBOW

  • Eschewing Television

    Although young people are watching TV less, the medium continues to dominate Americans’ thought lives.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Missionary

    Men and women who follow God’s call to share the gospel with the unreached around the world form the backbone of our mission.
    BY GREG MUNDIS

  • Worth the Cost

    Nothing can compare to sharing the gospel with someone who has never heard it.
    BY JEFF HARTENSVELD

  • Called and Qualified

    Assemblies of God World Missions partners with missionaries to help them actualize God’s individual call and sovereign purpose.
    BY RICK JOHNSON

  • A Place for Second Chances

    In Palmer, Alaska, Rob and Cherise Hyslip and their Dream Center team are helping people break free from addiction into new lives of eternal purpose.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Celebrate — Jesus Is Coming!

    The joy of Christ’s coming — and the hope of His soon return — provide ample reason to make Advent a part of our holiday celebration.
    BY PHIL TAYLOR

  • The Asian Wave

    Record numbers of immigrants from China, India and the Philippines are creating a vast U.S. mission field.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • A Heart for the Hungry

    Volunteer extraordinaire Maureen Hinds cheerfully heads up a Southern California food bank ministry.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • My Journey: Cancer to 5K

    While a cancer diagnosis is devastating, the journey that ensues can provide new perspectives on life and faith.
    BY NANCY BACKUE

  • Remember the Poor

    No matter our own station in life, we must remember those in far greater need.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Service and Sacrifice

    The recently retired chief of Air Force chaplains knows firsthand the challenges faced by the military’s spiritual leaders.
    BY CECIL RICHARDSON

  • What God Has Promised

    War can inflict a devastating toll on soldiers as well as their families. But in the midst of turmoil, God brings hope.
    BY PAMELA ANDERSON

  • Mentored Ministry

    Chaplains John Houser and Jonathan Melendez have built a unique bond across the generations.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Many Facets, One Purpose

    Through its multifaceted, strategic outreaches, International Ministries is meeting a variety of needs for missionaries and national fellowships worldwide.
    BY CATHY KETCHER

  • A Universal Cure

    Teen Challenge International offers a Christ-centered approach to freedom and new life for people bound by substance abuse.
    BY KRISTEL ORTIZ

  • Real Life Adventures With Royal Rangers

    By focusing on discipleship and leadership development, Royal Rangers International is helping transform the lives of today’s youth.
    BY AUBRA GEORGE

  • Ferris Wheels

    Ferris wheels can lift us to dizzying heights. But God’s ways are higher than we could ever imagine. That’s why we can always trust Him with our fears and problems.

  • Bumper Cars

    Bumping into others is a big part of the fun in bumper cars. But in real life, God wants us to always be kind — even when others are unkind to us.

  • Cotton Candy

    We all love sweet treats like cotton candy, even though we know it’s important to eat healthy foods. The same is true when it comes to our spiritual health. We need a good serving of God’s Word every day to stay strong.

  • Fun Houses

    A fun house mirror can twist us into all kinds of shapes. But God wants us to remember we’re always beautiful in His eyes, because He made us in His image.

  • Roller Coasters

    Even though roller coasters are fast and exciting, nothing can beat the thrill Christians will experience when Jesus comes to take His followers to heaven.

  • Hey Kids!

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  • Rides in the Dark

    Dark rides can be scary and fun. They also remind us of the spiritual battles against darkness we all will face. Thankfully, God is there to help us win a great victory.

  • Carousels

    Carousels are decorated with magnificent horses and other animals, created by skilled carvers and craftsmen. The most beautiful works of art, however, can’t compare to the incredible gift of life God has created for us all.

  • The Place of God: Bringing Hope to the Lower Yukon

    At Camp Agaiutim Nune, God is transforming young lives on the beautiful, barren lands of western Alaska.
    BY DAVID BOYD

  • Camp Nahshii: Healing the Villages

    This wilderness camp reaches Athabascan youth in eastern Alaska.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Too Quick to Divorce

    Some Christian couples mistakenly believe ending marriage is an easy solution.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Nik Wallenda: Witness on the Wire

    An exclusive interview with the “King of the High Wire.”

  • 25 Classic Interviews

    A selection of excerpts from some of our favorite interviews of the past.

  • Neglected

    We are responsible to be God’s messengers to those untouched by the gospel.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Beyond

    AGWM Executive Director Greg Mundis describes how an expanded view of the lost results in a more intensified focus on unreached people groups.

  • Bridging Divisions in Derry

    A church’s love for people is bringing Christ’s love to a divided city.
    BY ANDREA IDOL

  • Training Ground

    Chi Alpha Pastor Brad Lewis has had the opportunity to mentor many ministry leaders at North Dakota State University in Fargo and Minnesota State University Moorhead.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • David: A Man After God’s Own Heart

    King David offers a powerful picture of God’s grace and mercy, abundant and available to all.
    BY RON DiCIANNI

  • Everlasting Impact

    Readers reflect on the profound, lifelong influence Sunday School teachers have had on their lives.

  • Power in the People

    John Bueno, former executive director of AG World Missions, has seen the power of compassion transform individuals and nations.
    BY JOHN BUENO

  • Lasting Transformation

    Latin America ChildCare delivers hope to destitute children around the world.
    BY BYRON D. KLAUS

  • Why Compassion Is Not Enough

    The ministry of compassion must be coupled with the recognition that every person is an eternal soul, created in the image of God.
    BY DOUG PETERSEN

  • Born Dead

    Joshua Denoyer was a breech stillborn; then God performed a miracle.
    BY AMY BROWN DENOYER

  • God Found Me ... in the Doctor’s Office!

    A trip to the hospital for a cancer treatment becomes a divine appointment.
    BY H. MAURICE LEDNICKY

  • Victory From Tragedy

    The tragic loss of a young son becomes a reminder that God can bring victory through the worst of circumstances.
    BY LARRY HATFIELD

  • Breaking Free

    Through Christ’s power, Barbara L. Gilliam left behind her drug addiction to become a pastor, counselor and seminary student.
    BY TAMMY L. BICKET

  • Right on Target

    Kenya Jackson is making an impact for God as a vice president of one of America’s largest corporations.
    BY RYAN DECKER

  • The Gridiron Servant

    Coach Bob Tatum has devoted his life to helping young men become all God has called them to be.
    BY ERIC SLIVOSKEY

  • We’ve Heard. They Haven’t.

    The question isn’t how many have heard a witness for Christ, but how many haven’t — and why.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • A Vision to Mobilize

    Jeff Hartensveld, newly appointed director of AGWM Mobilization, is passionate about helping missionaries follow God’s call to share the gospel and plant churches in unreached areas.
    BY CATHY KETCHER

  • Search for Truth

    Assemblies of God Pastor Charles Berkley Jr., and his wife, Michele, took a roundabout route to ministry in Providence, R.I.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • A Heart for Burma

    First ZO Assembly of God in Fort Wayne, Ind., is representative of a growing network of Burmese churches intent on proclaiming the gospel in their adopted nation.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Out of the Pit

    AG Native American leader Cregg Jones survived multiple travails en route to helping others.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Her Father’s Care

    Cheryl Christman discovered new reservoirs of faith in the midst of her terminal cancer diagnosis.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Edwin Louis Cole: Still Maximizing Men

    A pioneer in international men’s ministry continues to influence thousands for Christ.
    BY JOANN COLE WEBSTER

  • Teammates: Husbands and Wives

    The director of Assemblies of God National Men’s Ministries shares simple and effective marriage principles.
    BY TOM GREENE

  • The Christian Angler’s Guide to Fishing

    “Fishing” to catch souls has numerous parallels to our modern form of angling.
    BY KEN HORN

  • A Song in the Night

    Whether sung aloud or prayed from the spirit, a song of faith can give strength during life’s night seasons.
    BY ROBERT P. HOLLAND

  • ‘Organ Donors’ Bring Life Into Churches

    River Valley Church in Apple Valley, Minn., has discovered a unique way of revitalizing churches and expanding God’s kingdom.
    BY JOCELYN GREEN

  • Finding Your Place

    God equips every believer to fulfill a valuable role within the body of Christ.
    BY S. ROBERT MADDOX

  • Virtual Choir

    Like voices in a choir, our unique giftings blend together to produce a beautiful harmony of praise to God.
    BY JODI DETRICK

  • Ride to Victory

    Diana Oakley’s normal life ended when a kidnapper raped and nearly killed her at age 17. But now, 21 years later, she finally is able to speak freely about the attack, thanks to God’s healing.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Running for His Glory

    Two Olympic sprinters aren’t shy about using their platform for God’s glory.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • Olympic Passion

    BMX racer Donny Robinson won a bronze medal during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but his greatest passion is his faith.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Ultimate Race

    Three Olympians spanning the 20th century have inspired millions with their life values as well as their medals.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • Cloudy Christianity

    The “cloudy days” often serve to rejuvenate our walk with Christ and renew our trust in His love and care.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • God Moments

    Sometimes God speaks to us in ways — and at moments — we least expect.
    BY MARSHALL BRUNER

  • Gambling’s Bill of Goods

    As more states approve casinos and other places to bet, the financial viability of households and the nation itself are at risk.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Wait

    When Jessica Buchanan was kidnapped in Somalia, her family faced each day with questions, prayer and resilient faith.
    BY ANDREW MATHE

  • After the Crash

    A 2007 car accident nearly killed Josiah Sullivan, but life has never been more fulfilling than in the years since then.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • Slow Road to Recovery

    An F5 tornado leveled Mike and Joyce Dunn’s Alabama home during 2011’s record day of storms.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Life Lessons From a Marathon

    A 26.2-mile run can teach us much about ourselves, our lives and the long, winding journey of faith in Christ.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • Workout for the Soul

    In our efforts to develop a good exercise routine, we cannot overlook the importance of spiritual health.
    BY PAUL LOUIS COLE

  • Get Up and Walk!

    Six simple tips can help us adopt healthier lifestyles — and fulfill God’s command to honor Him with our bodies.
    BY RICHARD HAMMAR

  • Chaplaincy: Personal Tragedies Shape Ministry’s Focus

    Hesed Hope is reaching victims of traumatic stress and grief.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Chi Alpha: Student-Led Outreach Brings Ministry Growth

    Chi Alpha equips students to reach their campuses — and the world.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • “Somebody Save Me!”

    A cry of desperation becomes a daily motivation to reach lost souls.
    BY MONICA DELAURENTIS WITH SCOTT HARRUP

  • Intercultural Ministries: Finding Freedom in the Forest

    Missionary David Houck serves the poor in Ocala National Forest.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • Teen Challenge: Rural Communities Confront Drug Addiction Needs

    There is no high-rise skyline in Jim Forakis’ ministry environment.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • U.S. MAPS: Making an Impact

    Churches and ministries in need receive vital practical assistance.
    BY JORDAN SCHRANDT

  • Youth Alive: Ask Me About Jesus

    Chris Johnson is using the Book of Hope to reach his high school.
    BY EMILY THARP

  • 200 and Counting

    AGTrust and Church Multiplication Network mark a major milestone in church planting as Point Church begins touching lives in Babylon, N.Y.
    BY JANET WALKER

  • Her Name Is ...

    A mundane bus ride becomes a stirring reminder of the value God places on every human soul.
    BY PAUL WEINGARTNER

  • My Journey: How the Lord Worked for Me

    At the height of the Cold War, a young man in communist Romania is unable to join his family in America — until God intervenes.
    BY DANNY CIOARA

  • My Father’s Voice

    A daughter recalls the life-changing impact of her father’s voice over the course of her life.
    BY BRENDA ADAMS

  • Lead Your Children

    Pastors Hugh and Brad Rosenberg share principles from their own father-son relationship that can help any father leave a lasting impression on his children.
    BY HUGH ROSENBERG AND BRAD ROSENBERG

  • My Journey: The Long Road to Forgiveness

    A young man with a rocky past finds healing and hope through the power of forgiveness.
    BY JEREMY SMART

  • Defined By Fire

    A tragic, fiery accident marks a profound spiritual turning point in a young man's life. (Click on article to access a pdf file of all Summer Reads.)
    By Kc Kopaska

  • Seniors Click With Digital Tech

    Assemblies of God churches benefit when “second-half” congregants have help negotiating the digital divide.
    BY MARK A. KELLNER

  • Discipline Matters

    Three key spiritual disciplines will build up believers and revitalize their faith.
    BY GLEN D. COLE

  • Synergize — for Souls

    The Billion Soul Network has one main goal and one main method.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Beyond All Limits: Synergy in Ministry

    Churches and Christians will see more lives transformed by the power of God when they learn to work together in harmony.
    BY JAMES O. DAVIS AND BILL BRIGHT

  • The Spirit in the World

    The Holy Spirit is working in dynamic ways all around the world as believers live out the Pentecostal experience in evangelism and discipleship.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Hang On vs. Let Loose

    Sometimes the gift of the Holy Spirit comes in moments that defy our understanding — and even our expectations.
    BY BOB COOK

  • Unexpected Turns

    Pastor Fred Mendoza has learned not to be surprised at where God may lead him next.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Treasure Hunters

    King Josiah was a little boy when he decided he would honor and obey God’s Word. It’s important that we obey God’s plan for us as well.

  • Inventions from Nature

    Even when Jesus was a boy, He talked to people about His Father. He wants us to tell others about God too.

  • Open Wide

    A little boy gave his lunch to Jesus, and Jesus used it to help thousands of people. When we give our lives to Jesus, He will use us to tell others about Him.

  • Dear Mr. President

    In Bible days, Jesus took time to talk to kids — and He still does today.

  • Dreams

    A young servant named Rhoda realized God had done a miracle. She told others, even though they didn’t believe her at first. You can tell others about the great things God has done.

  • Friends on a Mission

    God used the friendship of two young girls to help take His message to Russia and Ukraine. And God has great plans for your life too.

  • Hey Kids!

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  • Owl Monkeys

    God cared so much about Samuel that He actually spoke to the young boy. Did you know that God can speak a message deep inside your heart? He cares about you that much.

  • River Fun

    When a young girl told a soldier about God’s blessings, the man was healed of a disease and discovered just how great God is. Do you know someone who needs to know God?

  • Reflections on a Mother’s Love

    Pentecostal Evangel staff members share personal stories of selfless love that changed their lives.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH, KEN HORN AND EMILY THARP

  • Jesus Will Heal Your Heart

    A child’s simple words help a grieving mother to heal in the wake of indescribable tragedy.
    BY LAURA QUALL

  • Priorities

    A mother at the end of her rope learns to say no to the “many” in favor of yes to the “main.”
    BY ROSE McCORMICK BRANDON

  • State of the Mission

    The executive director summarizes significant issues facing Assemblies of God World Missions.
    BY GREG MUNDIS

  • Our Message

    The timeless Pentecostal missionary message is Bible-based, Spirit-empowered and Christ-centered.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • No Barriers

    Age is no barrier for female Assemblies of God volunteers going into prisons and jails to minister to inmates.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Mentoring Changes Destinies

    Daughters of Destiny ministry leaders Mel and Annie Goebel know from experience that building healthy relationships is key to transitioning back into society.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Four Verses to Carry You Through

    God's Word offers guidance and hope to carry us through even the most challenging moments of our lives.
    BY THOMAS LINDBERG

  • Real Stories, Real Intervention

    Follow four true stories as God brings healing, transformation and restoration into impossible situations.
    BY JUDI MURPHY

  • The Message Remains Relevant

    The Nothing’s Too Hard for God media campaign offers resources to resonate with every need — both inside and outside of the church.

  • A Place to Build Hope

    The small group setting provides an excellent environment for barriers to fall and relationships to grow.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • What’s True About You?

    Don’t believe the lies of the enemy. Look to God to define who you are, what you should do, and why you are valuable to Him.
    BY ROBERT C. CROSBY

  • Prepared to Serve

    Chuck Lester, Chi Alpha director at the University of Tennessee, has a passion for discipling students on the Knoxville campus.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Retail Therapy?

    Despite media bombardment, teens get real about materialism.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Resurrection!

    Christ’s conquest of death marks the zenith of human history and forms the cornerstone of our faith.
    BY DAVID W. ARGUE

  • Full Circle

    Russ and Judy Cockrum have made the journey from disillusioned rebels to conventional ministers to nontraditional chaplains.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Why Christians Are Slow to Fast

    Fasting enriches the lives of all who will overcome the barriers and embrace this spiritual discipline.
    BY KRISTEN FEOLA

  • The Father’s Heart for Europe

    Europe has unmistakably left its Christian heritage.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • An Interview With Paul Trementozzi

    The new regional director for Europe shares his heart and vision for reaching the continent.

  • The Light of Italy

    Though shadowed by a painful history, Italy’s future is filled with hope for the nations.
    BY CHARITY SITES

  • What Is the Bible?

    As we explore what the Bible is — and what it is not — we discover at its heart the story of redemption.
    BY JIM DEMPSEY

  • The Sword of the Spirit

    In God’s Word we find power to transform any life and shine hope into the darkest situation.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Pray for the Suffering Church

    Targeted prayer is a powerful weapon in countering religious persecution.
    BY CECIL M. ROBECK JR.

  • The Cost of Non-Discipleship

    Failure to become fully formed disciples of Jesus brings tragic results, both for the individual and the Church.
    BY JAMES D. HERNANDO

  • Convoy of Hope: 50 Million Served

    During the past 17 years, Convoy of Hope has reached out to millions of hurting people in times of poverty, crisis and tragedy.
    BY ADAM McMULLIN

  • Rich’s Ride

    Despite paralysis, 60-year-old Assemblies of God layman Rich Dixon handcycles the length of the Mississippi River.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • The Lost Art of Selflessness

    When we live for others rather than self, the love and mercy of Christ will shine through us into a needy world.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • Men in the Making: 50 Years of Royal Rangers

    The Assemblies of God ministry to boys stays true to its calling after a half-century of shaping young lives.
    BY CHRISTINA QUICK

  • Staying Out of Crisis Mode

    Living a Christ-centered life in a hectic world requires a change of perspective.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • 12. 12. 12

    A pilgrimage to Jerusalem highlights Convoy of Hope’s initiative to pray for the poor and suffering.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • To God Be the Glory, Part 2

    Not everything that’s called Christian music is really Christian music. Last in a two-part series.
    BY KEN HORN

  • A Century of Growth

    The Brazil Assemblies of God Fellowship celebrates 100 exciting years with two national events. In an interview with Dick Nicholson, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean, he shares about the country’s strengths.

  • Brazil’s Rising Generation

    Through training and experience, young people are preparing to impact the nation and the world for Christ.
    BY CHARITY SITES

  • Consuming Love

    Life’s crisis moments often reveal the priceless love that exists around us.
    BY KERRY CLARENSAU

  • Cancer Isn’t the Last Word

    Breast cancer is common and early detection is critical.
    BY PEGGY HORN

  • Who Will Roll the Stone Away?

    With her husband deployed and her pregnancy in crisis, one woman needed resurrection power.
    BY SUSAN A. VERNICK

  • To God Be the Glory

    All genuine Christian music has one defining factor. First in a two-part series.
    BY KEN HORN

  • The Good Old Days

    The church has a role in ensuring life’s twilight is meaningful.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • Around the Dinner Table

    A Christ-centered home is nurtured when a family commits to spending time with God and each other.
    BY JAN CLINE

  • Love and Marriage: What Kind of Wedding Can the Church Bless?

    Amid the ever-changing standards of society, believers must reaffirm a biblical view of marriage.
    BY JAMES E. COSSEY

  • Freedom Fighters: Two Small Men That Stood Tall Against Slavery

    William Wilberforce and John Quincy Adams taught Christians some important principles through their victories over a great evil.
    BY KEN HORN

  • Tough Questions: How Can I Get My Finances Under Control?

    These five principles will help you avoid a financial crunch.
    BY GLEN D. COLE

  • ... So All Can Hear

    Assemblies of God World Missions Executive Director Greg Mundis shares his vision for the future.

  • First Priority

    The apostle Paul demonstrated a divinely inspired imperative that has set the course for our mission.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Aaron Kampman: The Big Picture

    Despite missing out on a Super Bowl and sustaining serious injuries, the star defensive end keeps an eternal perspective on life.
    BY ERIC TIANSAY

  • David Akers: Power Source

    In this sermon excerpt, the 49ers kicker shares how the Holy Spirit has worked miraculously in and through his life.
    BY DAVID AKERS

  • Dustin Colquitt: 7 Minutes

    The Chiefs punter comes from a long heritage of football greatness — and spiritual strength.
    BY KIRK NOONAN

  • Justin Forsett: Getting Past ‘Can’t’

    With God’s help, the Seahawks running back has succeeded far ?beyond what many thought possible.
    BY GAIL WOOD

  • From Out of Death’s Shadow

    Dr. Patti Giebink was once South Dakota’s only abortionist. Years after leaving Planned Parenthood, she continues her fight for a culture of life.
    BY SCOTT HARRUP

  • The Valley of Mercy

    The mother of a teen mom reflects on God’s great mercy amid the most difficult of circumstances.
    BY ALYSEIA SMITH

  • An Adoptee’s Journey to Her Roots

    Adopted at birth, a woman builds a relationship with her birth mother decades later through the help of Assemblies of God Family Services.
    BY MELISSA KAMAY RIGGINS

  • A Bigger Purpose

    Entrepreneur and Vanguard graduate Rick Myers brings help and hope to amputees.
    BY JOEL KILPATRICK

  • More Than a Game

    Highly decorated basketball coach Kirk Hanson is motivated by much more than wins and losses as he develops young men for ministry.
    BY JAMES MEREDITH

  • So You Want to Give a Scholarship?

    You’ve decided to help change a life through the gift of a scholarship. But where do you go from there?
    BY MARK WOOTTON

  • Intergenerational Friendship

    Building vibrant relationships with believers of other generations can enhance our lives and build our faith.
    BY AMY ALEXANDER

  • Something’s Missing

    Through a relationship with Christ, God wants to manifest His grace and power through our lives today.
    BY JIM HENNESY

  • Church Plants Find Creative Places to Meet

    New congregations are meeting in theaters, schools and storefronts to save resources and to be community minded.
    BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

  • A Testimony of Grace

    Greg Mundis, executive director for Assemblies of God World Missions, shares his story.
    BY RANDY HURST

  • Unorthodox

    Missionaries John and Wilma Hall are touching children in Nicaragua.
    BY KRISTEL RINGER

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