Technically, the answer is no. The AG position papers separate themselves from the teaching found in the NAR. However, AG churches are congregational, and have a lot of autonomy from their district leadership. As such, it is up to the pastors and leaders in those individual churches as to what extent they allow NAR influence in their congregations. Unfortunately, there are many which offer no filter for NAR influence.
I am thankful for the wisdom and leadership from the General Council of the Assemblies of God, urging their ministers to be aware of such issues that affect their churches. One of these issues is the New Apostolic Reformation, as seen here in a letter to all AG ministers:
All of the following Assembly of God Position Papers clarify the distinct differences between what the AG Denomination promotes as sound teaching and what the NAR teaches. Reading through these position papers should convince AG pastors that The New Apostolic Reformation contains teachings contrary to the positions of the Assemblies of God, and should, therefore, be monitored closely in their congregations. Furthermore, these position papers should provide a guide for those attending an Assembly of God church where the influence of the NAR is growing. Remaining in such a church should be a prayerful consideration and should include respectful conversations with your pastors and boards regarding the NAR components concerning you in your church.
Apostles and Prophets:
Impartation of Spiritual Gifts:
Kingdom of God/Kingdom Now
Prophets and Personal Prophecy