Archive for November, 2010
The Assemblies of God was founded in 1914 in Hot Springs, Arkansas with 300 people at the founding convention. Today there are more than 12,300 churches in the U.S. with nearly 3 million members and adherents. There are more than 63 million Assemblies of God members worldwide, making the Assemblies of God the world’s largest […]
Today is Black Friday in the United States. The day after Thanksgiving when Christmas shopping begins in earnest. Have you or will you venture out among the masses looking for those special bargains that will make memorable Christmas gifts?
If not, there is still plenty of opportunity during the next several weeks to finish your Christmas list. […]
Do you find yourself battling fears, even small ones? Would you like to discover a great resource for overcoming worry? Read more at Out There.
What happens when a potential star drops a pass? See Snapshots.
Since 1996 the Pentecostal Evangel has published an annual Super Bowl Outreach Edition. The Jan. 30, 2011, Super Bowl issue will be like none of its 15 predecessors.
Pro football hall of famer Jim Kelly, the only NFL quarterback to lead his team to four consecutive Super Bowls, and wife Jill tell the moving story of […]
In honor of Veterans Day, express your appreciation to a past or present member of the United States military with a gift subscription to the Pentecostal Evangel. A weekly Evangel subscription can offer encouragement and spiritual guidance to someone who may currently be in harm’s way or has experienced the trauma of combat.
American service personnel […]
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Christmas will soon be here. Don’t think so? Thanksgiving is less than three weeks away. Wonder what to give that family member or friend who seemingly has everything?
How about a subscription to the Pentecostal Evangel? A one-year Evangel Christmas gift subscription is only $23.19 to any address in the United States. That’s a 20 percent savings off […]
K2, a synthetic form of marijuana, has been making headlines. What are the moral implications? Read more at Out There.