Appalachian Connection

Welcome to the  

Appalachian Ministry Network
of the Assemblies of God


Thanks for taking the time to visit our site! It is designed to help you connect with news, events, ministries, and other life giving resources within our network.

The Appalachian Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God is a community of Spirit-filled churches and ministers releasing life in the Appalachian region and beyond. Its mission is threefold: Empowering Leaders, Equipping Ministry, Encouraging Community. The network is set in the beautiful mountains of southern West Virginia and southwestern Virginia.

If you are looking for a church within our network, you can find that information using the Church Locator. As always, if you have any questions, please contact us! News & Information

  • Church Dedicates Alzheimer's Facility

    Van Buren (Arkansas) First Assembly of God and Senior Pastor Bobby Johnson recently dedicated their new $5 million, 34,000 square-foot Memory Lane Alzheimer's Special Care Unit.

  • AG Missionary Reaches Children via TV Show

    Randy Thompson, a U.S. missionary with Assemblies of God Missionary Church Planters and Developers, has been fulfilling his calling to reach tween children (ages 8-12). This year he took his ministry to the airwaves, launching the 'Tween You and Me television series, with broadcasting available to 60 million homes.

  • Southeastern University Announces Major Expansion

    Southeastern University's (AG) board recently unanimously approved plans for at least a $25 million expansion that will feature three new buildings, a track and field area, and a parking garage.

  • Three Out of Four Still View Bible as God's Word

    A recent Gallop poll says 75 percent of Americans still see the Bible as the actual or inspired Word of God.

  • Church Sponsors Multiple Weddings at no Charge

    After teaching what the Bible has to say about cohabitation, Grand Rapids First Assembly of God and Senior Pastor Sam Rijfkogel offer those cohabitating an opportunity to make things right.