Robert Madu on Jesus, Grace, and Truth


This week, I’m going to post highlights from the 55th General Council of the Assemblies of God, which met last  week in Orlando, Florida. GC13 kicked off with the Influence Conference, which featured four speakers. The first was Robert Madu. he preached a great message on how Jesus fully, even if paradoxically, combines within  himself the virtues of grace and truth. His texts were John 1:14, 17; and 8:1-11. Continue reading Robert Madu on Jesus, Grace, and Truth

Believing God for Greater Things


The fall 2013 issue of Enrichment is now available online. My opening editorial is below. The founders of the Assemblies of God were audacious people. At the 2nd General Council in 1914, at the Stone Church in Chicago, they committed themselves and the Movement to Him “for the greatest evangelism the world has ever seen.” That was big talk coming from a few hundred people with limited resources, education, and opportunities. Ninety-nine years later, the Assemblies of God worldwide is no longer a few hundred people but approximately 65 million strong. We are part of an uncoordinated revival — uncoordinated by … Continue reading Believing God for Greater Things

Ask the Superintendent with Dr. George O. Wood (January 23, 2011)


In this video, I interview Dr. George O. Wood about current events and pressing issues in the Assemblies of God. He addresses a range of issues, including the plight of Iranian AG adherents who have been arrested by the government, the consolidation of the three national AG schools, the involvement of AG pastors in politics, and many more. Dr. Wood is general superintendent of the Assemblies of God in the United States. He’s also my dad. Ask the Superintendent with Dr. George O. Wood …, posted with vodpod Continue reading Ask the Superintendent with Dr. George O. Wood (January 23, 2011)