We know there are no limits to what you can do and what God can do through you! That’s why we’re holding the 2018 AG Senior Adult Conference: to create opportunity for your spiritual renewal, encourage involvement in your local church, and connect you with other senior adults. Join us as we embrace a new view of what it means to get older.
If you have questions, please call (417) 862-2781, ext. 4001.
Doug Clay serves Chief Executive Officer of the General Council of the Assemblies of God. As general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, USA, part of the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world, he is a member of the denomination’s Executive Leadership Team and Executive Presbytery. Prior to his present position, Clay served the church as its general treasurer for nine years. He was superintendent of the Ohio District from 2004-2008, and pastored Calvary Assembly of God in Toledo, Ohio, from 1997-2004. Clay has also served as the Assemblies of God national youth director (1995-1997), Ohio District youth director (1989-1995) and as a youth pastor in Ohio and Iowa. He is a 1985 graduate of Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri. Clay is the author of Ordered Steps and Dreaming in 3D. He and his wife, Gail, have two grown daughters, two sons-in-law and five grandchildren.
Rick DuBose serves as General Treasurer of the Assemblies of God. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and the Executive Presbytery. DuBose oversees the Division of Treasury, which includes Corporate Accounting, Buildings and Properties and IT Services. Prior to his election to the Assemblies of God Executive Leadership Team, DuBose served as superintendent of the North Texas District from 2007-2017 and assistant district superintendent from 2005-2007. He pastored Sachse Assembly of God in North Dallas from 1987-2005. Prior to that, DuBose served a pastorate in Hallsville, Texas, and begin his ministry as a youth minister in Mesquite, Texas. DuBose is co-author of The Church That Works.
He and his wife, Rita, have two daughters, a son, and eight grandsons.
As executive director of AGWM, Greg Mundis provides leadership for 2778 AG missionaries and associates. In 1980 Greg and his wife, Sandie, were appointed as missionaries to Austria where Greg cofounded an international church and served as area director for Central Europe. Greg was selected as regional director for the Europe Region in 1998 and served there until 2011, when he was elected as AGWM executive director. Greg, alongside the AGWM Executive Committee, is focusing on the future by emphasizing global partnerships, the suffering church, and unreached people groups.
Rick Allen serves as the national director of Men’s Ministries and Light for the Lost. Under his leadership, LFTL launched a very successful media project, Celebrate the Light (CTL), in 2013, which shows local churches how LFTL is being used around the world and how the churches can partner with LFTL. Appointed as Men’s Ministries director in January 2016, Rick is assembling a strategic team and discipleship pathway for men of all backgrounds and spiritual growth levels. Prior to his current appointments, Rick served as the district church enrichment director of the Arkansas District Council (2001-2005). He has also served as a U.S. Missionary with Book of Hope USA, the Arkansas district, and the Assemblies of God National Office (2001-2014). Rick held senior pastorates at churches in Arkansas and Tennessee and held youth pastorates in Texas, Arkansas, and Tennessee. During his youth pastorate in Tennessee, he also served on the National Child Services Agency for the United States Senate. Rick and his wife, Bev, have two children and two grandchildren.
Bruce Schoeman serves as Encore Pastor at Willmar AG Church, Willmar, MN. He has a passion to help you discover and embrace God’s purpose for your life, just like and his team have helped hundreds of other believers do. He is married to Priscilla and blessed with two sons, one daughter-in-law and two precious granddaughters.
Dennis J. Rivera serves as the Director of Hispanic Relations with the General Council of the Assemblies of God. Dennis began working in this role in August 2016, previously serving for 16 years as the District Superintendent of the Distrito Central in Denver. Dennis and Naomi have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
As an executive vice president and chief business development officer for AG Financial Solutions (AGFS), Don Headlee is responsible for the oversight of investment and planned giving activities. A graduate of Evangel University, Don previously served as vice president of First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Greene County in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Chuck Stecker is the President and Founder of a Chosen Generation & The Center for InterGenerational Ministry. Chuck is ordained and has earned a D. Min. and Ph.D. in Communications specializing in Christian Leadership. He has contributed as an author to The Effective Men’s Ministry, The Men’s Bible and How to Disciple Men.
Chaplain Allen entered the U.S. Naval Chaplain Corps in 1968 and retired in 1998. As a civilian pastor, he’s served in Missouri and Illinois, as Director of Leadership Development for the Illinois District, and as National Director of Pastor Care. Presently, he’s Corporate Chaplain for the Assemblies of God national office and Chaplain for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office.
John and Judy Heide serve as missionaries to the 50+ population. They travel across the nation assisting districts and churches develop ministries to the Second Half Generations! They have been married for 45 years. They have recently started a Second Half RV Chaplaincy program helping to place retired leaders in RV parks.
Marlene and Wayne Craft pastored with the Assemblies of God for 30 years until Wayne’s sudden passing. Soon after, Marlene felt a call on her heart to minister to other widows. In 2013, she began a widows’ ministry at her home church, and now works to equip other churches to reach out to widows.
Wes and Judy Wick are Assemblies of God U.S. missionaries, called to help inspire everyone to steward life’s second half for kingdom purposes. As founders and directors of the interdenominational ministry of YES! Young Enough to Serve (www.yestoserve.org), they get excited about over-fifty adults praying, serving, and making disciples.
Peggy Musgrove, retired national director of Women’s Ministries, has been a speaker for women’s events nationally and internationally. She has written for most General Council publications, including Influence Magazine, Enrichment, Pentecostal Evangel, Woman’s Touch and several Bible study books. Her latest book is Gathering Wisdom: A Devotional Walk through the Books of the Bible.
Ruthie Oberg is an ordained minister and serves as Events Speaker for the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center. A pastor for 25 years, she hosted a daily radio program featuring historical events and is an award-winning speaker. She has a passion for using historical stories to capture the imagination of an audience.
Ron and Paula Kelley performed as a duet in their ministry, from the time of their marriage in 1980, while Ron’s younger sister, Valarie, traveled as a solo act for many years. In 2014, they joined hearts and voices with the mission to bring hope through song and the spoken word.
Multi-award-winning family group The Hoppers have been singing to global audiences for over 55 years throughout the United States as well as in Israel, Europe, and Africa. Today, The Hoppers are comprised of family members Claude and Connie, son Dean and his wife, Kim, and son Mike Hopper.
A Grammy Award winner, eight-time Dove Award winner, and Tele Award winner, Dino Kartsonakis is known as America’s Piano Showman. Dino’s performance prowess started at the age of three, and grew when he later studied at Juilliard School of Music, and conservatories in both France and Germany.
Patterned after both contemporary big band and large ensembles of the 1930s and 1940s, the SAGU Jazz Ensemble devotes itself to the performance of jazz literature of the past and present. This group performs public concerts each semester as well as performances on the main university campus.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
BRANSON CONVENTION CENTER
200 S. SYCAMORE ST.
BRANSON, MISSOURI 65616
Welcome to the Assemblies of God Senior Adult Conference! Register now to secure your place at the event.
$75 through July 31, 2018
$85 August 1-September 3, 2018
Branson Belle Cruise ticket for Thursday, September 6, 2018
Special rates are available for AG Senior Adult Conference attendees. To secure your hotel reservation, please book online with one of the links below.
Phone reservations can be made by calling 800-445-8667. Please reference the Group Code: ASSEM.
Phone reservations can be made by calling 417-336-5500 - Please reference the Group Code = ASSEMP
For those traveling by RV, see the list below for RV parks nearby the conference location.
300 S. Box car Willie Drive
Branson, MO 65616
Call 417-334-2915 for details
5272 State Hwy 165
Branson, MO 65616
Call 417-334-4704 for details.
5751 MO 165
Branson, MO 65616
Call 417-335-8185 for details.
397 Animal Safari Rd
Branson, MO 65616
Call 417-334-4414 for details.
679 Quebec Dr
Branson, MO 65616
Call 417-334-4681 for details.
HOW DO I OBTAIN A REFUND FOR MY REGISTRATION FEE?
Refund requests must be received or postmarked by September 15, 2018.
All refund requests must be submitted in writing by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or mailed to:
SAM Refunds | Convention Services Group
1445 N. Boonville Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802
NO TELEPHONE requests will be accepted.
Submit a detailed outline of the refund request, including registrant’s name(s).
There will be a $10 per person processing fee for refunds through July 31, 2018.
Any requests received on or after August 1, 2018 will incur a $25 per person processing fee..