Archive for March, 2012
(From Out There.)
Speaking at the March 2012 TED Conference (a twice-yearly gathering in California and Scotland to promote technology, entertainment and design), Google executive Regina Dugan asked the question, “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?”
Dugan recently joined Google after leading the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for three […]
Know a past or present member of the United States military who would be encouraged by regularly reading the Pentecostal Evangel? Or someone 60 or older who might appreciate an Evangel subscription of their own?
Thanks to special pricing, a Pentecostal Evangel subscription for either individual is extremely affordable.
A military subscription is only $14.49 annually (52 […]
Over the past few months I’ve noticed that my chosen hobby of running is becoming “mainstream.” Read more at The Next Mile …
I recently got a letter asking me to reprint a column I wrote seven years ago for the magazine. It was one of the highest responses I have ever received for a column and has been reprinted since then in one other publication. I still feel strongly about it. So, I offer on my blog, […]
“God uses kids too!” is the theme of the May 20 Pentecostal Evangel children’s issue that will be available by mid-April. Readers young and young-at-heart will join Petey (pictured at left) as he explores how God used boys and girls, including His own Son, for ministry throughout the Bible and how He still uses kids […]
Just what exactly is the “foreseeable future”? An invitation to grow your faith! Read more at Out There.
An Assemblies of God minister from the Myanmar capital of Yangon is the winner of the March 8 Pentecostal Evangel Weekly Drawing. Robin Nang Cing Khup, pastor of Grace AG, is just the fifth international prize recipient in the six-year history of the drawing.
Pastor Khup will receive a copy of Q&A: Conversations with 50 inspiring […]
Two generations. One family. More than 100 years of ministry. Read more at Out There.
Memories of some nail-biting family drives, and the larger meaning behind them. Read more at Out There.
Each week the Key Bearers ministry provides well over 11,000 copies of the Pentecostal Evangel to 500-plus prisons and jails across the United States. Many more correctional facilities are asking for the Evangel.
Every dollar donated to Key Bearers covers the printing and shipping of four Pentecostal Evangels or the Spanish-language Evangelio Pentecostal to the incarcerated. […]