Month: May 2018

AG TEEN A VICTIM IN TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING, CHURCH RESPONDS

AG TEEN A VICTIM IN TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING, CHURCH RESPONDS by  DAN VAN VEEN on May 23, 2018 In the wake of yet another school shooting, this time in the small south Texas town of Santa Fe, Assemblies of God Pastor Brad Drake, who leads Dayspring Church, is preparing to bury one of their own. Fifteen-year-old Angelique Ramirez, …

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SAGU Prof’s Son Impacts Hollywood

SAGU Prof’s Son Impacts Hollywood by  DEANN ALFORD on May 7, 2018 DON’T MISS ANY STORIES. FOLLOW AG NEWS! Filmmaker Brent McCorkle co-wrote, co-edited, composed the original score, and directed the second unit for the surprise hit film I Can Only Imagine, which has earned acclaim, positive reviews, and more than $81 million in domestic box office this spring. The film about the …

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Hispanic Centennial Approaches

Hispanic Centennial Approaches by  AG NEWS on May 7, 2018 DON’T MISS ANY STORIES. FOLLOW AG NEWS! Hispanic districts and churches in the U.S. Assemblies of God will commemorate the centennial of its organizational convention Aug. 1-3 in Houston. The gathering will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in conjunction with National Fine Arts and Youth Convention. …

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