Copertina di Assemblies of God in Vietnam
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Assemblies of God in Vietnam

Christian denomination, Pentecostalism, Assemblies of God, Philippines General Council of the Assemblies of God

Frac Press (06.07.2012 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Assemblies of God in Vietnam (AGVN) is a Pentecostal Christian denomination in Vietnam affiliated with the World Assemblies of God Fellowship. In 2009, there were an estimated 40,000 adherents. The general superintendent of the AGVN as of 2009, Duong Thanh Lam, was elected in 2001. The Assemblies of God in Vietnam began through the relief work of Don Warren and his wife, who in 1970 opened an orphanage with the help of Cao Tan Phat.[4] The work grew, and soon the three founders asked the Assemblies of God USA for help. In 1971 and 1973, the American AG began sending missionaries to Vietnam. They were aided by Philippine Assemblies of God missionaries and native Vietnamese workers. In 1972, the first church was begun in Vung Tau, and in 1973, Glen Stafford started the first Bible school in the same city. In July of that year, the AG was recognized by the South Vietnamese government. Its first general superintendent was John Hurston, an American missionary, and a central office was set up in Saigon. By 1975, there were 10,000 to 15,000 adherents. After the North Vietnamese victory in 1975, the AG, like other churches, was suppressed.
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Frac Press
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Harding Ozihel
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Religione / Teologia
39,00 €
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Christian, Philippines, Pentecostalism, Denomination, Assemblies

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