Week 1 - (November 5 - November 11)

Chapters 1-3 Overview

  • The Beginnings

  • The Early Years (1914-1927)

  • The Years of Development (1928-1947)

Assignments

  • Read each chapter. Watch the corresponding teaching videos on the Global University Website.

  • Answer all interactive questions and place the answers in your binder.

  • Take Test Yourself quizzes on a separate sheet of paper and place in your binder.

  • Follow weekly Scripture reading plan.

    • Genesis 22-28

    • Proverbs 11-17

Projects

  • Visit the following websites and pick one historical figure per week and one historical event per week to write about in your journal about. On both sites there are magazine articles, blogs, video‚Äôs, pictures, etc. that you can read and gain insight into the history of the Assemblies of God as well as learn from those who have gone before us. Consider the following questions:

  • AG Historical Figure Report Questions:

    • Who were they?

      • Where did they come from?

      • What was their background?

      • Ministry office? (Pastor, missionary, etc.)

    • What were they called too?

      • How did they receive their call?

      • What work did they strive for?

      • Where were they called too?

    • What impact did they have on the AG?

      • Accomplishments?

      • Legacy?

    • Is there anything you learned about them that challenges your life and ministry?

  • Event Questions:

    • What was it about?

    • What did you learn?

    • How did it impact your life?

  • Websites to use:

    • ifphc.org - Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

    • ag.org - National site for the Assemblies of God (archive)


Scripture Videos

Watch our Read Scripture video on the book of Proverbs, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. The book of Proverbs invites people to live with wisdom and in the fear of the Lord in order to experience the good life.
This book is the accumulation of wisdom from generations of godly insightful people. It promotes a life of virtue and "fear of the Lord," so that you can truly experience the good life. Proverbs is one of the three books that explore these themes of biblical wisdom.

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