2017/2018 Assemblies of God Heritage Magazine – Now Available Online and in Hard Copy!

Doug Clay Heritage Magazine 2018

Assemblies of God General Superintendent Doug Clay, holding the 2017/2018 edition of Assemblies of God Heritage magazine

The 2017/2018 edition of Assemblies of God Heritage magazine is hot-off-the-press and is in the mail to all licensed and ordained Assemblies of God USA ministers and subscribers! Selected articles are also accessible for free on the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center website.

This edition features six inspiring articles about events, ministries, and heroes of the faith that helped to shape the Assemblies of God:

  • Celebrating the Hispanic Assemblies of God Centennial
  • The Sparkling Fountain: Early Pentecostalism in Springfield, Missouri
  • A History of Bible Quiz in the Assemblies of God
  • From Macedonia to Missouri: The Journey of Alexander Vazakas
  • Daniel Warren Kerr: Thinking, Speaking, and Acting Scripturally
  • Fortieth Anniversary of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

Access these articles for free on the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center website. You can also order a hard copy of Assemblies of God Heritage for yourself or as a gift. The 2017/2018 edition is available for $8 each, or $5 each on orders of 5 or more. Over 100 different back issues are available, as supplies last, for only $3 each. To order, click here or call toll free: (877) 840-5200.

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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
Email: archives@ag.org
Website: www.iFPHC.org

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