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AG.org News & Information
Overseas AG Members Suffer in Headline Tragedies
Overseas Assemblies of God families have been caught in harm's way, with tragedy resulting in Gaza, Mosul and Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Evangel University Adds Men's, Women's Intercollegiate Soccer
Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, has announced the addition of men's and women's soccer to its intercollegiate athletic offerings, beginning in the 2015-16 school year.
This Week in AG History -- July 22, 1916
William Felter, the son of a Baptist minister, became a powerful voice for the Pentecostal movement in Russia. Read his article, "Pentecostal Power in Russia," as well as other articles by E. L. Banta, Alice Reynolds Flower and many others in this historic edition of the Pentecostal Evangel.
Klaus Announces Retirement as President of AGTS Effective Summer 2015
Dr. Byron D. Klaus, president of the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary (AGTS) since July 1999, has announced his intention to retire as president of AGTS late summer 2015.
CHLS Offers Dead Sea Scrolls Intensive in Jerusalem
The Assemblies of God Center for Holy Lands Studies, in partnership with the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, is offering the "first of its kind" intensive 10-day journey through history, literature, theology, archeology and geography in specific study of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Jerusalem, June 11-24, 2015.