Three trips are being organized by First Assembly Community Ministries in 2015! See below for more details. Intercession Trip in March. Next month, we will see a team go to pray with missionaries in a sensitive country. We’re thrilled to see the six people going to encourage our partners there and to pray for breakthrough in a part of the … Read More
Maybe like me, you’ve sat in front of your screen gawking at the widespread and almost unfathomable devastation and wondered how you can help. Below you can watch a video about how the Assemblies of God is partnering with Convoy of Hope, the designated relief partner of the Assemblies of God, to reach out to tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma. … Read More
Here’s just a quick video to talk a little bit about what I’m doing in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). I’m here seeing what God is doing through Calcutta Mercy Ministries. Check back for more of these this week!
“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14)Looking for more ways to pray in your life? One great new tool is out there and has … Read More
If you’re interested in helping victims of superstorm Sandy, I’d like to point you to Convoy of Hope, the compassion and disaster relief agency that the Assemblies of God often partners with. To be able to learn more about them and donate to victims of Sandy on the East Coast, click here!
Landon Thompson just graduated from McCutcheon High School here in Lafayette, Indiana this past month. He’s a popular kid who’s been raised by John and Bonnie Thompson who have long emphasized serving, giving, and missions. Two of his siblings attended a discipleship school called Master’s Commission in Fort Myers, Florida where young people are encouraged to find the anchor to … Read More
Q: If God is all-powerful, then how can he not be able to lie? A: The answer to this question, turned in on an index card on Sunday, February 6, 2011 is kind of philosophical, as the question is rather philosophical in nature. Because God is the sum of all superlative positive attributes, a lie would go against the definition … Read More
This past Monday evening, the evening of my 42nd birthday, I was privileged to listen to Jim Bradford, General Secretary of the Assemblies of God, speak on Josiah. His message was ripe and full of good things and aimed at ministers under 50 years of age. I have enjoyed listening to Dr. Bradford on the occasions that I have heard … Read More
I perceive a divided opinion among Christians over the killing of Osama bin Laden. Some Christians are thrilled at the news that bin Laden is dead at the hands of American special forces. Other Christians believe the proper response is almost mourning, as bin Laden has been sent, almost certainly, to a Christ-less eternity. Perhaps I am foolish to try … Read More