The Assemblies of God celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1964. Many of the founding leaders were still alive, and thousands who were touched by the early twentieth century Pentecostal revivals could still recount their testimonies.
The earliest-known documentary film about the history of the Assemblies of God, Like a River, was recorded in celebration of the Fellowship’s golden anniversary. This 30-minute film, directed by Paul Crouch, may now be viewed online for the first time! Watch four Assemblies of God leaders who lived the history – Thomas F. Zimmerman, J. Roswell Flower, Noel Perkin, and Ernest S. Williams – recount the development of the Assemblies of God.
Do you have Pentecostal historical materials that should be preserved? Please consider depositing these materials at the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC). The FPHC, located in the Assemblies of God national offices, is the largest Pentecostal archive in the world. We would like to preserve and make your treasures accessible to those who write the history books.
Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center
1445 North Boonville Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65802 USA
Phone: 417.862.1447 ext. 4400
Toll Free: 877.840.5200