This Gospel Shall Be Preached, Vol. 1
This Gospel Shall Be Preached, Vol. 1
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This Gospel Shall Be Preached, Volume 1: A History and Theology of Assemblies of God Foreign Missions to 1959
by Gary B. McGee

Provides the inside story of the growth and development of the Assemblies of God World Missions. McGee traces the work of the Holy Spirit in ordinary men and women who worked to fulfill the Great Commission between 1914 and 1959.

Product Details

Format: paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5¼ x 8
ISBN: 9780882435114
Publisher: Gospel Publishing House
Pub. Date: August 11, 1986

Meet the Author

Gary B. McGee was a leading historian in the Assemblies of God Fellowship, serving as Professor of Church History and Pentecostal Studies at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri. He authored seven books, edited and contributed to three books, wrote chapters in fifteen books, and published forty-one journal articles and 129 articles in twelve historical and theological dictionaries. He was also a frequent contributor to other publications.

Table of Contents

Foreword by J. Philip Hogan

PART I: Beginnings
  1. American Protestant Missions by 1914
  2. The Pentecostal Revival Begins
  3. Revivals in the East
  4. The Formation of the General Council

PART II: The Early Years (1914-1926)
  5. Missionaries and Missiology
  6. Administrative and Structural Developments
  7. Cooperation and Popular Support

PART III: The Maturing Years (1927-1942)
  8. Noel Perkin and Departmental Changes
  9. Oversees Efforts and World War II

PART IV: The Era of Strategic Planning (1943-1959)
10. Strategy, Structure, and Promotions
11. Missiology and Cooperation
12. Concluding Observations

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