Registration for the eighth triennial World Assemblies of God Congress (WAGC), to be held in Singapore from March 29 to 31, 2017, has officially opened on the Singapore Assemblies of God website.
The three-day event offers Assemblies of God ministers, lay leaders, and members of all generations and from throughout the world the opportunity to come hear and learn from some of the key leaders who serve the more than 67 million AG adherents worldwide.
The conference, described as “three power-packed days and nights” with more than 30 speakers from around the world offers something for everyone.
Several plenary speakers will address the conference including Dr. Barnabas Mtokambali, Tanzania AG general superintendent; Edwin Alvarez, a leading AG minister in Panama; Dr. George O. Wood, U.S. AG general superintendent; and Wilfredo “Choco” De Jesús, lead pastor of one of the fastest growing churches in America.
Although WAGC is designed in part to help shape the future path and objectives of the World AG Fellowship, the focus of worshiping and honoring God in a venue filled with Assemblies of God adherents from around the world provides the ideal setting for spiritual renewal and inspiration.
“You will not be disappointed,” Dr. Wood states. “There are few things that compare to worshiping God in a multicultural and multiethnic environment with a global focus on winning the world for Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit!”
During the WAGC, 17 workshops for attendees will also be offered, including: Be a Legacy Builder, The Prophetic Church, Church Planting Today, The Middle Eastern Kingdom of God, Making Disciples, Vision Casting, #The Church, Reaching the iGeneration, and many others.
AGWM Executive Director Greg Mundis says, “As God continues to guide our worldwide network of church fellowships, He is creating effective partnerships that are sending and supporting missionaries into ever-widening harvest fields.” Dr. Mundis reports that today more than 5,500 missionaries from our sister AG fellowships are taking the gospel across the globe.
“For our English-speaking AG members throughout the world, it’s important to note that in Singapore the working language is English,” Wood explains. “Most if not all of the events held will be in English, with translation provided in various other languages. I would imagine, for those unfamiliar with Singapore, this is welcomed news, especially for those contemplating extending their stay.”
For more information about the eighth triennial World Assemblies of God Congress, including housing, fees, and other conference details, see ag.org.sg.
Source: AG News