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Victory Assembly of God
     "Where People are Important" 

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This Sunday:
Ryan Lawrence 9:30 am

"Supernatural Effectiveness"
-Leveraging Problems, Blessing People-
February 19th 

10:45 am

Pastor Brent Heishman 
What you believe affects your effectiveness.
equipping supernatural sons and daughters
311 South College Street
Newcomerstown, Ohio

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  • Look What's Coming!
    February 26th Missions Convention
    9:30 am in Sanctuary with Sarah Mourer
    10:45 am in Fellowship Hall with Sarah Mourer

    March 5th Fresh Fire Revival Services
    9:30 am Brent Heishman
    10:45 am Brent Heishman
    6:00 pm Missionaries Jim & Meg Thacker Fresh Fire Service

    Sunday Mornings:
    9:30 am "The Holy Spirit in Paul's Letters"
    Facilitator: Gene Williams
    Join us for a lively round table discussion in the Fellowship Hall
    equipping supernatural sons and daughters

    Posted Feb 14, 2017, 2:32 PM by Brent Heishman
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Upcoming Outreach

  • Celebration of Light December 14, 20-21, 2014 Celebration of Light!Presented by: Victory Assembly 311 S. College St. NewcomerstownChristmas Tree & Candle LightingDecember 14th 6:00pm @ Victory AssemblyHanukkah Christmas Celebration“Experience the Scents, Sounds ...
    Posted Dec 6, 2014, 5:38 PM by Brent Heishman
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The Assemblies of God grew out of the Pentecostal revival, which began in the early 1900s in places such as Topeka, Kansas, and the Azusa Street Mission in Los Angeles. During times of prayer and Bible study, believers received spiritual experiences like those described in the book of Acts. Accompanied by “speaking in tongues,” their religious experiences were associated with the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Jewish feast of Pentecost (Acts 2), and participants in the movement were dubbed “Pentecostals.” The Pentecostal movement has grown from a handful of Bible school students in Topeka, Kansas, to an estimated 600 million in the world today.