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Generations Unite, Receive Fresh Outpouring at 7:14 Prayer Conference
March 28, 2013

AG News Special Report
 

It's the 99th year of the Assemblies of God, and General Superintendent George O. Wood delivered a 1914 doctrinal foundation message to a 2013 congregation at SAGU's National Prayer Conference. The event was marked by unity and a renewed vision to experience and follow the Holy Spirit as the movement's pioneers did. 

More than 1,200 took part in the sessions at Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie, Texas. The conference continued a series of annual meetings, which began in the 1930s. This year SAGU expanded the regional events into a national conference as part of the Assemblies of God 7:14 Prayer Movement. 

Dr. Wood set the tone for the sessions with a keynote message on "Praying in the Spirit." He called on the church "to put beneath our feet the floor of Scripture" as he emphasized the Assemblies of God conviction that speaking in tongues is the initial physical evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. He quoted Pentecostal historian Dr. Vinson Synan: "When people are no longer being filled with the Holy Spirit and are no longer speaking in tongues, the Pentecostal Movement is over." ...
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Keynote Message from Gen. Sup. George O. Wood
 
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More than an Easter Egg Hunt!
April 03, 2010

All kids are invited to our church Easter Egg Hunt at the home of Jane Brion. Please meet at the Corvallis football field at 1:45pm to shuttle to her home. If you have younger children that require car seats you are welcome to just meet at her home. Parking is limited so we do encourage carpooling or using the shuttle.

Jame and Jane Brion

You can get directions here

961-4996

 

 

Living with an Eternal Perspective - Josh Preiss's Story
January 25, 2010

For those of you who were able to attend our Sunday morning service on January 24th, you heard an amazing story about tragedy, hope, and eternal perspective. Josh Preiss shared his experiences surrounding the loss of his cousin and two other climbers on Mt. Hood this winter. He shared the beauty of hope and faith in the midst of incredible loss and turmoil.  Together, we learned how we can live abundant lives with an eternal perspective.

View a powerful video from the press conference where the fathers of the lost climbers share their faith and gratitude

You can listen to the sermon audio here

You can also download a pdf of the powerpoint to go along with the sermon

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