Assemblies of God
- Hillsong Founder Awaits Verdict in Cover-Up CaseAn Australian court is weighing whether or not Brian Houston had a “reasonable excuse” not to report his father's sexual abuse to the police.
- ‘Nondenominational’ Is Now the Largest Segment of American ProtestantsUS Religion Census finds independent congregations have surged in the last decade.Français
- Assemblies of God Ordains Record Number of WomenThere is work to do and some of those God has called to do it are female, Pentecostal leaders say.
- Died: George O. Wood, Who Led the Assemblies of God into GrowthAs general superintendent, he brought women and minorities into leadership, added “compassion” to the denomination’s constitution, and set ambitious goals for church planting.
- Christians Welcome Coup in GuineaAfter yet another military overthrow of a democratically elected leader in West Africa, minority evangelicals debate the role of faith in politics.
- Died: David Yonggi Cho, Founder of the World’s Largest MegachurchThe Korean Pentecostal promoted cell groups and gifts of the Holy Spirit for church growth.
- Crusaders No More: What Arab Christians and Muslims Think of Mascot Changes(UPDATED) Evangel and Valparaiso are the latest university sports teams to replace a contested symbol of Christian history.
- Assemblies of God Avoids Jury Trial in Sexual Abuse CaseOregon lawsuit sought to hold national organization liable for crimes committed in a Royal Rangers program in the 1980s.
- Assemblies of God Growing with Pentecostal PersistenceHow has the 3.2-million-member denomination avoided decline?
- Malawi’s New President, a Christian Theologian, Confronts Corruption and CoronavirusLazarus Chakwera, an Assemblies of God minister and alumnus of TEDS and Haggai International, hopes his servant leadership will restore faith in government of struggling country.