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International Offices Unveils Upgraded Media Capabilities

Category: Church of God News

Cleveland, TN–When the Leadership and Communications Center opened in 2004, it included a small conference center and state of the art recording and digital editing studio. At the time the equipment was the best the industry had to offer.

Unity Tree Planted on Azusa Street

Category: Events and Happenings

Leaders associated with the recent AzusaNow event came together on May April 10 to plant a symbolic tree near the site of the famous Azusa Street Revival. The leaders joined together after the Los Angeles Coliseum “AzusaNow” event to plant the Unity Tree on Azusa Street.

Study: Pastors Suffer in Silence Over Financial Challenges

Category: Church and Ministry

Research released from the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) this week shows that the majority of evangelical pastors in the United States serve in small churches with significant personal financial challenges. Pastors also report that they are not familiar with resources to help them and do not confide in anyone outside their household about financial stress.

Tennessee to Allow Counselors to Refuse Services Based on ‘Sincerely Held Principles’

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

Tennessee’s Republican governor on Wednesday signed a law allowing mental health counselors to refuse service to patients on “sincerely held principles,” the latest in a string of U.S. state measures criticized as discriminatory against the gay community.

Latest Update on the Devastation in Ecuador

Category: Church of God News

Church of God World Missions Director Dr. Tim Hill contacted Richar Mendoza, the national administrative bishop of Ecuador, by phone to assure him he and World Missions were standing ready to assist in the earthquake disaster that recently devastated the coastal area.

Bono and Eugene Peterson: The Psalms’ Released as Part of Launch

Category: People in the News

PASADENA, Calif., —Fuller Theological Seminary, the world’s largest multi-denominational institution for theological graduate education, today announces the launch of FULLER studio, an innovative and interactive e-resource sharing exclusive content at no cost for individuals in pursuit of deeply formed spiritual lives.

Oregon Bakers Continue to Fight Back

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

Aaron and Melissa Klein, former owners of the bakery called Sweet Cakes by Melissa, were asked by a lesbian to make a cake for her same-sex wedding in 2013.

America: Turning a Nation Back to God

Category: Opinion & Commentary

America is in serious trouble. From sea to shining sea we are witnessing the devolution of a nation.

Executive Council in Session This Week

Category: Church of God News

April 26, 2016–Cleveland, TN—The Church of God International Executive Council is meeting for their regularly-scheduled April session starting at 9:00 this morning at the Leadership and Communications Center.

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