The 2008 annual edition of Assemblies of God Heritage magazine is hot off the press and will shortly be mailed to all credentialed Assemblies of God ministers. Additional copies may be ordered online or by phone: 877.840.5200 (toll free).
Download selected free articles from the 2008 edition from the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center website. If you like what you read, consider ordering the entire 2008 edition of Heritage for yourself, or as a gift for your friends or relatives. We think you will agree that Heritage magazine is a keepsake!
The 2008 edition features the following articles:
Dr. Charles S. Price: His Life, Ministry and Influence
This Oxford-educated pastor became one of the most noteworthy Pentecostal evangelists of the twentieth century.
BY TIM ENLOE
Teen Challenge: 50 Years of Miracles
What began as an outreach by David Wilkerson to the gangs of New York City has developed into one of the largest and most successful Christian drug-treatment programs.
BY DAVID BATTY AND ETHAN CAMPBELL
Conflicted by the Spirit: The Religious Life of Elvis Presley
The “King of Rock ‘n Roll,” the most famous Assemblies of God Sunday school prospect from the 1950s, experienced an all-too public struggle between his religious upbringing and the temptations of the world.
BY JAMES R. GOFF, JR.
A Short History of Congregational Song in the Assemblies of God
The distinctive testimony of the Assemblies of God is reflected in its hymnody, which has evolved over the decades.
BY BODIE GILBERT
Known and Yet Unknown: Women of Color and the Assemblies of God
Inspiring vignettes of Pandita Ramabai, Lucy Farrow, Cornelia Jones Robertson, Aimee Garcia Cortese, Maria de Fatima W. Gomes, and Maria Khaleel.
BY JESSICA FAYE CARTER
Liberated and Empowered: The Uphill History of Hispanic Assemblies of God Women in Ministry, 1915-1950
An examination of the origins and early history of Hispanic clergywomen in the Assemblies of God.
BY GASTÓN ESPINOSA
The Assemblies of God and the Long Journey toward Racial Reconciliation
An analysis of the historical roots of racial unity and disunity in the Assemblies of God.
BY DARRIN J. RODGERS
Rosendo Alcantara: Still Ministering at 106
An inspiring tribute to a pioneer in AG Filipino ministry on his 106th birthday.
BY GLENN W. GOHR
Heroes of the Faith
A collection of articles honoring: R. Stanley Berg (military chaplain and pastor of Glad Tidings Tabernacle, New York City); Lucy Smith (pastor of All Nations Pentecostal Church, Chicago); Thomas Paino, Jr. (Indianapolis pastor and missions leader); and Glenda Morrow (long-time Central Bible College music professor).
Posted by Darrin Rodgers