Assemblies of God in Vietnam

Assemblies of God in Vietnam is a Protestant denomination of Vietnam, belonging to the Renewal church movement.[1] The Vietnam’s house-church movement began in 1988, when some pastors were expeled from the official churches for reported charismatic gifts and healings. The most uncompromising from them was Tran Dinh Ai, whose movement in 1997 reached 16,000 members in 165 churches. The movement proclaimed itself the Assemblies of God in Vietnam, followed the AG rules and was recognized by the AG worldwide. [2] Tran Dinh Ai later left Vietnam for the United States and was considered to be “a modern day apostle”.[3]

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