Feature Stories

Health, Healing, and Wholeness

Over the course of her career, Brandy Tuesday has developed a unique therapeutic approach to effectively minister to women enslaved by the sex trafficking industry. This approach involves going into red-light districts to establish communities of faith and share about "identity in Christ" to traumatized and broken women.

Equipped for Life

Many expecting mothers believe that they are ill-equipped to support children and will often resort to abortion. Alumni Jamie Stanley and Chariti Lough are driven to help these women choose life and provide the necessary resources these women need to support the livelihood of their children at the Southwest Pregnancy Services.

A Message of Freedom and Healing

Before knowing the meaning of the word “missionary”, Renay West felt called to minister overseas from an early age. She is now the only single woman to the hold the title of Missionary Evangelist in the Assemblies of God. She shares a message of freedom and love to victims of sexual abuse throughout the world.

Lion Works

Missiological Research: Interdisciplinary Foundations, Methods, and Integration

Missiological Research: Interdisciplinary Foundations, Methods, and Integration

Marvin Gilbert, Ed.D., SAGU D.Min. Program Director

Dr. Gilbert co-edited and contributed this volume to serve researchers across a wide-range of disciplines related to missiological research.


Marathon Faith

Marathon Faith

John Van Pay, alumnus and Pastor of Gateway Fellowship Church

Your spiritual race is not a sprint; it’s a marathon. Pastor and marathon runner John Van Pay shows how the "endurance runners of the Bible" overcame obstacles on their faith journeys and how you too can finish your spiritual race through their example. By adding personal adventures, humorous mishaps, and grueling struggles from his own endurance races and life experiences, Van Pay shares in vulnerable ways how God helps when things get tough.


Harvesters: Live in Rome

Harvesters: Live in Rome

"Live in Rome" is The Harvesters 5th album. The four-part harmony quartet joined with the Alfa Omega Assemblies of God church in Rome, Italy, to create a sound that is difficult to duplicate in a studio.


180º to Freedom

180º to Freedom

Renay West, SAGU alumna and Assemblies of God Missionary Evangelist

Learn how to walk in the opposite spirit, how to interrupt the enemy’s momentum and bring breakthrough not only to your own life, but your family and ministry. You are just 180° away from a total turnaround in your life!


Campus Headlines

Herrera-Perla signs with Las Vegas Lights FC

Student Juan Herrera-Perla discusses his unique athletic journey which led up to his recent signing with the Las Vegas Lights FC.

Amy George releases poem collection over life's seasons

SAGU Professor Amy George has just completed developing her newest book, “The Stopping Places," a collection of poems focusing on the journey of life and different seasons of life.

Counseling & Psychology faculty present at state conference

Dr. Charity Kurz and Randel Duncan introduced the basic principles of Motivational Interviewing at the Texas Counseling Association (TCA) Growth Conference.

The Harvesters release new live album

SAGU's traveling music group, "The Harvesters" just released their latest live recording album, “Live in Rome.”

Freddie B. releases first EP with over 250 in attendance

Over 250 packed out Lighthouse Coffee Bar in support of student Freddie Brookins' (Freddie B.) first EP, "Wise Man Fools Heart."

Ministry unites SAGU alumni

Steven and Rachael McKnight, a SAGU alumni couple, currently serve as youth pastors at Radiant Church with a team made up entirely of other alumni from Southwestern.

SAGU alumna receives Blue Cross Volunteer of the Year Award

SAGU alumna Sebrena Walker-Bohnsack received the Employee Volunteer of the Year Award due to her faithful service and remarkable efforts as a full-time Manager of Occupational Health Services at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.

Alumnus Ben Weaver publishes book on impactful relationships

SAGU alumnus Ben Weaver, a youth pastor at The Crossing in St. Louis, Missouri, reflects on his own experiences and struggles as a single man in his thirties to write an eBook about the importance of healthy, real relationships.

Alumna commended as Dallas ISD's Librarian of the Year

SAGU alumna Angela Watts was commended for her passion of helping students read and learn to think critically when she was announced as Librarian of the Year for the Dallas Independent School District.

SAGU hosts Church Multiplication Network conference

SAGU hosted the Church Multiplication Network Start Conference in late February of this year. This event gave students an opportunity to learn about the process of building a new church.

Ryan Smith Announced as New SAGU Head Football Coach

The SAGU football team is excited to announce a familiar name as their new Head Football Coach. Former SAGU quarterback Ryan Smith will return to lead the Lions onto the field this upcoming season.

SAGU Football announces small but mighty recruiting class

SAGU will welcome a small group of 13 new football recruits to the program in the fall of 2018.

21 Lions earn spots on the CSFL All-Conference Team

Twenty-one SAGU football players made the list for the Central States Football League 2017 All-Conference Team after the team finished 7-1 in CSFL play.