Who We Are:
The Independent Assemblies of God was birthed in the year 1918 as the Scandinavian Assemblies of God in the United States of America, Canada and Foreign Lands. It existed under this name from 1918 to 1935. In 1935 at an annual convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota the Scandinavian Assemblies of God merged with a group called the Independent Pentecostal Churches. The name of the this new fellowship was, and to this day remains, the Independent Assemblies of God International.
The uniqueness of Independent Assemblies of God International is its conviction of the sovereignty of the local church. We are eager for the Mighty Holy Spirit to have an instrument which is flexible in the "hands of our Lord" during this critical time of history. We envision a continued outpouring of the Spirit of God, breathing life and resurrection into His own body. It is imperative that ministers and churches are able to follow through on the mandate given by God without interference from an ecclesiastical hierarchy. For this we have been born!
As one fellowship in the many membered body of Christ we seek to serve others throughout the nation of the world. By God's grace we will be obedient to:
Be an integral part of the continued outpouring of His Holy Spirit
Help fulfill the great commission - Matthew 28:19,20
Establish many new churches worldwide
Support missions and missionaries
Found a Bible College and Training Institute
Provide accredited correspondence courses
God has raised the Independent Assemblies of God, International to be an Apostolic ministry. We have churches and ministries throughout America, Africa, Canada Guatemala, India, Mexico, Nagaland, Philippines, and Romania. Much of our overseas ministry is done by nationals under the direction of National Overseers. In these explosive times we presently have calls and invitations to build and assist in many other countries.
For Further Information:
Canadian General Secretary Rev. Paul McPhail
Box 653, Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K8
Contact IAOGI Canada by email, care of Rev. Paul McPhail.