video July 9, 2018 Washing of Saints’ feet Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post 147) The ordinance of the Lord’s Supper-Washing of Saints’ feet – Finis J. Dake (GPFM Lesson 29) feetsaintswashing Previous articleIs Romans 7 about a Christian? Next articleMessenger Confidentials: Surely God will not You may also like July 22, 2018 Pastor John Harper – The True Hero of the Titanic July 15, 2018 EVANGELICALS AND ANIMALS 7 Comments Reply July 9, 2018 Troy Day Good one good one Ricky Grimsley practiced by none no more especially in our AG Terry Wiles Reply July 9, 2018 Ricky Grimsley We need to get back to this. Reply July 9, 2018 Troy Day Wondering why our AG never picked it up Link you ever been in a foot washing service? Reply July 9, 2018 Scotty Searan Every Assembly of God that i have attended even when I was a child practiced foot washing At least once a year it was performed in the AG churches, so lookout when you say the AG don’t do it.. I have been a member of two COG that did not have foot washing with communion. There is one church that I was a member the longest where the Pastor would have feet washing with 4 times a year. She pastored several different churches in her more 60 years of ministering. And it was performed every 3 months in every church she pastored every communion service she officiated over. She believed in it so strongly as a sacred ordinance of the church that when she had revivals the last service of the revival would have communion/footwashing. I believe that if we do not have foot washing in churches it is a sin of omission Reply July 10, 2018 Troy Day Scotty Searan you need to start naming names here bro. I have never been in a single one of our AG churches where foot washing was practiced regularly. I cant name one! Reply July 10, 2018 Terry Wiles Been In AG for 71 years. Never once seen it practiced. Reply July 10, 2018 Troy Day thats what i said Scotty Searan Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.