Convoy of Hope Responds to Tornado Outbreak

Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services Team deployed Sunday night from Springfield, Missouri, and made their way to Lee County, Alabama, after a devastating outbreak of tornadoes swept through Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. According to reports, at least 23 people were killed in Lee County, Alabama. There are fears this number could rise as … [Read more…]

Teens Turn Around

At National Fine Arts last year, Columbus Girls Academy placed in the top 10 with a percussion routine, “Ninety-Nine.” The unconventional piece creatively addressed the tragedy of human trafficking. The compelling performance packed an emotional wallop because the participants personally had experienced freedom from a painful past. Columbus Girls Academy is a Christian boarding school … [Read more…]

Intern Investment

Frank W. Davis helped a group of fellow Central Bible College (CBC) students run a neighborhood outreach to children. Today, nearly half a century later, he’s still involved in the local Springfield, Missouri, ministry. “They kind of just left the keys with me,” says Davis, who worked with children for seven years, starting in 1971. … [Read more…]

A Stable Force for Good

An Assemblies of God congregation and its parachurch ministry are being credited for helping thousands of men and women who have been sidetracked by addiction or homelessness to get back on their feet in inner-city Los Angeles. For more than 25 years, Inglewood Community Church (ICC) and Christ-Centered Ministries (CCM) in the California city have … [Read more…]

Global University Rejoices in Worldwide Advancement

Global University loves to see people come to Christ and its records confirm that. Since 2010, Global University students and graduates have led more than 1.6 million people to make a decision for Jesus. Since January 2018, 23,239 people have received Christ as Savior through the ministry of Global University and its students. The cumulative … [Read more…]

Not Such a Graveyard After All

Hayden Boles invited Chris Rhinehart to church. Rhinehart said yes to his co-worker, though he didn’t actually intend to follow through with checking out Radiant Church in Tampa, Florida. When Sunday morning came around, “I texted him that I wasn’t feeling up to it,” says the 27-year-old Rhinehart — who had stepped inside a church … [Read more…]

This Week in AG History — March 1, 1970

This year marks 50 years since the deaths of four young children who were killed in a traffic accident in Iran. Three of these belonged to AG missionaries Mark and Gladys Bliss who arrived in Tehran in 1965. The other was the son of Iranian national, Haik Hovsepian-Mehr. In 1969, the missionary work of the … [Read more…]