I know summer hasn't officially started but isn't it nice to have some warm days? There's been opportunity for me to get some tomatoes planted, some nice long rides on the motorcycle and I just enjoy sitting on my porch at night listening to the sounds of God's wonderful creation. I hope that you take some quiet moments and bask in the presence of God this summer, gaze into the heavens and declare the glories of our Heavenly Father. God loves you very much and He longs to have relationship with you!!
We have some fun things planned for the next few months, I hope that you will take time and join us for some of these events, we would love to meet you and spend some time with you.
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|AG Church Flourishes Where Once Rejected -- (06/19/2013)|
|In 1934, Montezuma, Iowa, officials placed Assemblies of God evangelist Morris Plotts in jail for disturbing the peace with his tent revival. It would be 70 years before God would bring a Pentecostal presence back to the community — and now, He's blessing that ministry!|
|Resurrection Miracle: Great Passion Play Lives Again -- (06/19/2013)|
|The Great Passion Play, a 45-year tradition, is brought back to life after, coming out of foreclosure with the help of a radio network and an AG church.|
|This Week in AG History -- June 17, 1939 -- (06/19/2013)|
|Evangelist Zelma Argue pleads with pastors to "Preach the Word" and remain true to Scripture in this historic edition of the Pentecostal Evangel. P. C. Nelson, W. E. Moody and many others also share their insights.|
|Cary E. Tidwell Passes -- (06/17/2013)|
|Long-time missionary and former AG World Missions administrator passed away Wednesday, June 12, 2013.|
|Churches and Mature Christians Can Counter Absentee-Father Trend -- (06/17/2013)|
|The hardship absentee fathers place on their children can be, in part, offset by the church and Christian families who look out for "fatherless" children. However, absentee fathers — and fathers in general — are encouraged to invest in their children, to do their best to mend broken relationships, as most children are eager to get to know their fathers.|