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Open Mic with Pastor Gary Russell

While I did not assume the pastorate at Bethel German Assembly of God in the same manner that Joshua received his assignment, I still felt much the same way when the Lord spoke to him in Joshua 24:13 “And I have given you a land for which you did not labor, and cities which you…

7 Tons of Food Given

Every year the IMN network helps provide and gather almost 7 tons of food to be given to donated and distributed through CompACT ministries, feeding 75 people on a daily basis, which is more than 27,000 meals a year. The Assemblies of God headquarters recently featured an article describing the operations: For nearly four decades,…

New Church Launched

Live Free Church launched this past Sunday in Grayson, Georgia by Pastor Terrell and Tara Taylor.  The opening service hosted 192 people with 3 salvations and many prayers of rededication.  We welcome Live Free Church and the Taylors to our growing network.  Check out their website at www.livefreechurch.org We did it! By God’s grace and…

Why Millennials Stay In Church

Check out this interesting article from the Faith That Lasts Project by Barna Research Group: Parents and leaders have long been concerned about the faith development of the generation born between 1984 and 2002—and for good reason. First, Barna research shows nearly six in ten (59%) of these young people who grow up in Christian…

CMN Church Planter of the Year

In case you missed the news, Brian Schmidgall was chosen by the National Church Planting Network as the “church planter of the year” in the Assemblies of God.  Brian and Mary planted Middletree Church in St. Louis in early 2012.  Brian was presented this award at the Church Multiplication Network Luncheon at General Council.  Brian…

IMN 90 Year Anniversary

The International Ministry Network hasn’t always gone by that name. We originally were formed as the German District within the Assemblies of God  due to a great Pentecostal move of God among German-speaking Americans. The son and grandson of our 4th Superintendent, Alvin Sprecher (in office from 1969-1981), recently published an article in the 2012 AG…