Featured Missionaries

Denny and Sandy Miller

Denny and Sandy lead the Acts in Africa Initiative (AIA), a ministry aimed at mobilizing the African church for Spirit-empowered mission. AIA has been given the responsibility of facilitating Africa’s “Decade of Pentecost” (2010-2020). During the decade the Africa Assemblies of God hopes to see 10 million new believers baptized in the Holy Spirit and mobilized as Spirit-empowered witnesses, church planters, and missionaries. As a result, they expect to see millions come to Christ, thousands of new churches planted, and hundreds of indigenous African missionaries sent to the remaining 800+ tribes of Africa.

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Denny has written several books, including Teaching in the Spirit (1995), Power Ministry (1998), In Step with the Spirit (2000), The Kingdom and the Power (2002), Empowered for Global Mission (2005), From Azusa to Africa to the Nations (2006), Acts: The Spirit of God in Mission (2007), Experiencing the Spirit (2009), You Can Minister in God’s Power (2009), Proclaiming Pentecost (2011), The 1:8 Promise of Jesus (2013), Globalizing Pentecostal Missions in Africa (2013), Power for Mission (2014), Missionary Tongues Revisited (2014), Power for Mission (2014), Walking with the Apostles (2016), Walking with the Holy Spirit (2017), The New Testament Strategy of the Spirit (2017), Proclaiming Christ to the Nations (2017), How to Live for God (2018), and Interceding for the Nations (2018). His second book, Power Ministry, has been translated into nine languages and is used in Bible schools throughout Africa.

Denny studied architecture at the University of Houston (1965-1966), received his B.S. degree in Christian Ministry from Southwestern Assemblies of God University (1969), received his M.A. in speech communication from Stephen F. Austin State University (1984), and his doctorate in Pentecostal Studies from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, MO (2005).

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