People of the Spirit: The Assemblies of God

People of the Spirit The Assemblies of God Who were the men and women who laid the foundation of The General Council of the Assemblies of God They were ordinary people many with little or no ministry experience or formal training yet they we

  • Title: People of the Spirit: The Assemblies of God
  • Author: Gary B. McGee Charles E. Self
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Who were the men and women who laid the foundation of The General Council of the Assemblies of God They were ordinary people, many with little or no ministry experience or formal training, yet they were the raw material God used in the modern Pentecostal movement Shaped by the Holy Spirit, they became His instruments of vision and revival from generation to generation TWho were the men and women who laid the foundation of The General Council of the Assemblies of God They were ordinary people, many with little or no ministry experience or formal training, yet they were the raw material God used in the modern Pentecostal movement Shaped by the Holy Spirit, they became His instruments of vision and revival from generation to generation Their journey is a foundation we can build on.Ideal for classroom use or personal reading, this updated version includes updated bios new material covering the timeframe since the original writing of the book in 2000 and fresh design for easy reading.Pick up where this book ends and your faith will be strengthened as you live the history that has changed the world.

    One thought on “People of the Spirit: The Assemblies of God”

    1. Moving, challenging, provokingI absolutely enjoyed reading and learning the history of the A/G. I was touched by the mini biographies of amazing men and women whose ministries were foundational to the development of this fellowship. I was challenged by stories of faith while accepting the truths of human struggle as people learned how to live their faith. I am moved to pray for leadership like never before!

    2. Lots of Interesting, Flat StoriesGreat information! Unfortunately, this book reads like an endless directory of Pentecostal people. Rather than moving from important person to important person (highlighting major events along the way), the author should've focused on chronicling the major events of the fellowship's history (highlighting important persons along the way). I wanted narratives, not encyclopedia entries roughly organized by date.McGee also mentioned Central Bible College and Evangel [...]

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