Our Archive

  • What is an archive? An archive is a place where extensive records or collections of data are held, such as public records or historical documents.
  • What's in the AIC library archive? The archive houses many exciting historical documents relating to the history of the college, the history of the Assemblies of God, and the Native population. This includes items like yearbooks, newspaper clippings, photos, and pamphlets. Many of these items will soon be scanned into the digital archive located on this page. 
  • Where can I access the library's physical archive? AIC's physical archive is still in the making. The start of the archive is located on the bottom floor of the library. Yearbooks are located on the bookcases by the couches. Vertical files with historical documents are located in the filing cabinet in the west wing (stacks). 

Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

The Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC) is the largest Pentecostal archives in the world. Located in the National Office of the Assemblies of God, USA, the FPHC collects printed materials, oral histories, artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia documenting the Assemblies of God and the broader Pentecostal and charismatic movements, spanning the globe. The FPHB has become an important hub for Pentecostal history and research, preserving and promoting Pentecostal testimonies and identity so that future generations can know the works of God. Countless church leaders, scholars, students, people in the pew, and other researchers have used its collections. 

FPHC Website: Main Page

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  • All Tribes Bible School
  • American Indian Bible Institute
  • American Indian Bible College
  • American Indian College