Tuesday, August 10th, 2021
AGCU is excited to welcome the 21-member Executive Presbytery of the Assemblies of God elected by General Council voters Aug. 5.
Congratulations on your re-election Douglas E. Clay! The general superintendent received 82.5% of the votes cast, 1,386 out of 1,714 total. General Treasurer Wilfredo “Choco” De Jesús and U.S. Missions Executive Director Malcolm P. Burleigh will also continue serving in their posts.
We’re so proud of the dedication and hard work the members of the EP have demonstrated throughout their careers, and we look forward to the direction their leadership is bringing to the Assemblies of God
Bruce, Mark, Jim, Jeff, Janora, and Todd are teaming up to represent the culture and heart of AGCU at GC21. Events like this are a great opportunity to let our members across the globe connect with us one on one.
With our new logo on our hanging sign, we can be seen throughout the exhibit hall, reminding the AG of our professional presence and accessibility.
Each day we are giving away money to one lucky individual. In order to be a part of our giveaway, each contestant puts their contact information into a survey,
along with any questions or suggestions they may have.
That survey is then streamlined and sent to our dedicated member care team.
As they follow up with members or future members to answer their questions or pass on great ideas,
we are learning better ways to provide first-class financial services for our members.
See who the daily winners are on our Facebook page.
If someone wants to open an account or start a loan, tablets are on location with our video banking, allowing members to communicate face to face with one of our banking representatives
Adherents from the U.S. Assemblies of God met at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, August 3-6 for the Fellowship’s 59th General Council.
The General Council is the biennial business meeting for the church, which is part of the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world, with over 69 million members. There are more than 3 million adherents in the U.S.
Business sessions at which delegates elect officers, hear reports of church ministries and adopt resolutions began at 8:30 a.m. (Eastern) Thursday, Aug. 5, and continued through Friday, Aug. 6. Delegates are comprised of licensed and ordained AG ministers who are present and registered for the convention. In addition, every General Council congregation may send one delegate to participate in business sessions.
Doug Clay, general superintendent of the U.S. Assemblies of God, delivered the keynote address at the first service of the General Council on Wednesday evening. Other highlights include J.J. Vasquez who spoke on Friday evening, with a Night of Miracles prayer service Thursday evening.
Even before the biennial gathering officially opened Wednesday night (Aug. 4), attendees met for pre-General Council sessions and a leadership conference that began Tuesday, Aug. 3. General sessions speakers for the two-day Influence Conference included Greg Ford, pastor of One Church in Columbus, Ohio, plus Aaron Burke, pastor of Radiant Church in Tampa, Florida.
Students, parents, and sponsors participated in the National Youth Convention at the Orange County Convention Center. Youth were involved in numerous activities, including National Fine Arts Festival, community outreach, and nightly services. The week culminated with the Fine Arts presentations and awards, Friday, Aug. 6, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Online viewers may follow the Influence sessions, GC business, and GC and National Youth Convention services via livestream at GeneralCouncil.org. A full backstage experience will begin 30 minutes prior to each service in English and Spanish. Archived videos will be posted following the event.
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