Throughout these tragedies, Mike and Sheila grappled with one burning question: What are we doing here? We are needed at home.
The attackers singled out Pastor Peter Ouédraogo and took five other men from the congregation, executing them after demanding they convert to Islam.
Life and ministry took an unexpected twist shortly after Lynn and Victor became fully appointed AGWM missionaries in 1991 and arrived to begin service in El Salvador in 1992.
Matt and Eva’s burden for Deaf ministry had begun in 1987 with their participation in missions trips to Panama, Nicaragua, Peru and Ecuador.
Let Jesus be lifted up across Africa in 2019!
We are calling students to "look to the ancient paths" of walking with God.
At Global University we love to see people come to Christ. Since 2010, our students and graduates have led more than 1.6 million people to make a decision for Jesus.
In response to this social phenomenon, a wave of AGWM missionaries like the Owenses are engaging these new “tribes.”
They responded to requests for training from 30 church leaders among the Shipibo.
Notsé’s pastor quietly pulled Tim Ligon aside, “What you have done here today is saving lives.”
They ventured regularly on weeklong treks into Guatemala’s highlands to reach the Q’eqchi’ people, an indigenous Maya people group.
Please pray for these graduates, as they have only just begun the long road toward becoming fully literate.
Out of Africa’s estimated 1.2 billion people, Joshua Project reports more than 300 million are without access to the gospel.
Veteran AGWM missionaries Neil and Kathy Vanaria are no strangers to hard places and great challenges.
The opportunities resulting from this tragedy embody our purpose and very name — Matthew’s Table
For over 30 years Oral Learners Initiative (OLI), an Assemblies of God World Missions ministry, has used innovative methods to reach out to adherents of the oral tradition.
Network211’s 1-2-1 Connector teams, made up of believers in churches around the world, reply to individuals with biblical answers, prayer, directions to JourneyOnline, an online interactive discipleship community, and connections to local churches.
“This whole situation is hard,” says AGWM missionary Katie Sasser. “There are so many people coming in every day. Bosnians remember the war and how it felt to flee, and the people here are genuinely big-hearted. Many are doing as much as they can with what little they have.”
The Indonesia Assemblies of God, AGWM, and Convoy of Hope have joined hands in their swift response to this overwhelming tragedy.
“Our fellow believers in the Philippines need our prayers, as they recover from this tragedy themselves and as they reach out with the compassion of Jesus to those in need who don’t know Him.”
StageLife uses well-known children’s stories like “Red Riding Hood,” “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” “Beauty and the Beast” and more recently “The Adventures of Pinocchio” to present morals in line with the Scriptures.
We are grateful to God that we were out of town with my parents and our baby, because our neighbor told us that they barely made it out of the aggressive flames.
Missionaries Bryan and Misty Elliott at first thought they were called to plant churches in Wales, then God revealed a more expansive plan.
Paul and Mechthild Clark have planted a church that is unusual in Austria because people can choose to join it of their own free will.
Building a church in a location so remote it does not even have a name.
The Assemblies of God is responding to the needs of those suffering due to the eruption of Volcano Fuego in Guatemala.
A rehab center in Uruguay caught the attention of AG missionaries, Bob and Jennifer Frith, who are now doing what they can to help the center flourish.
In El Salvador, crossing gang lines can be deadly, but God is winning over gangs!
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