Around 860 people from the UK and as far afield as Uganda and Australia attended the Assemblies of God international conference at Cathedral House in Folly Hall.
What does A/G stand for?
A/G stands for Assemblies of God (Church Denomination)
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Gary Blair McGee, 63, Assemblies of God educator, missiologist, author, and historian, December 10, 2008, in Springfield, Missouri, of cancer.
While serving as governor in Juneau, she attends the Juneau Christian Center, an Assemblies of God church.
After experiencing a spiritual rebirth, Helen attended the Assemblies of God in Leominster and Worcester, Faith Alive Ministries in Millbury, and New Creation Family Church in Worcester.
9781934043554 Race and the Assemblies of God Church; the journey from Azusa Street to the "Miracle of Memphis".
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