Originally posted on Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center:
This Week in AG History–October 14, 1922
By Darrin Rodgers
Also published in AG-News, Mon, 13 Oct 2014 – 5:18 PM CST
Herbert H. Cox (1884-1926), an early Assemblies of God missionary in India, experienced the death of a son on the mission field. A few weeks after young Alkwyn’s death, Cox wrote a letter in which he described the grief that he and his wife felt. The letter, published in the October 14, 1922, issue of the Pentecostal Evangel, provides insight into the often-difficult lives of early missionaries.
Alkwyn’s death occurred at a stressful time in the Coxes’ ministry. Earlier that year, the family had moved to Lakhimpur, India, where they were trying to start an Assemblies of God mission. Things were not going well. Herbert wrote, “When we first came to this place it seemed if the whole community was against us. We could not go out without…
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Just a reminder tomorrow May 16th is our All Night Prayer meeting! Please try to make it out even if it’s part of the night. Prayer starts at 11 p.m. We are asking God for an outpouring of His Spirit on Pentecost Sunday, June 8th. Do you want to see revival? Then make it out tomorrow night and Seek His Face! Amen?!