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Operation Compassion Responds to West Virginia Flooding

Category: Church of God News

West Virginia was hit late last week with what is being called “a 1,000 year flood” after torrential rains dropped more than 10 inches of rain in several counties, the worst being in Greenbrier County where 17 people were killed and scores of homes and businesses were destroyed. In other locations, at least 8 people were killed bringing the total death toll to at least 25 with some people still reported as missing.

Pentecostal Leaders Pack Out Trump’s New Christian Advisory Board

Category: USA National News

Donald Trump’s campaign announced its new evangelical advisory board Tuesday (June 21) as the presumptive presidential nominee met with nearly 1,000 conservative Christians.

Bible Institute Announces Gathering in Cuba

Category: Events and Happenings

After 20 years of providing online Bible courses to more than 43,000 Christian leaders throughout Latin America, the Luis Palau Bible Institute is planning an historic gathering in Cuba this November. The program, which will focus on live training for hundreds of local pastors, will be a first for the region. It is being accomplished in partnership with the International Bible Society (known as Biblica), Logos Christian University, the Luis Palau Association, and local leaders.

Contrasting Religious Leaders Preach in Ocean Grove

Category: Church and Ministry

The OCEAN GROVE CAMP MEETING ASSOCIATION (OGCMA) is a Christian ministry committed to providing opportunities for spiritual birth, growth, renewal and recreation in a seaside setting that helps pastors and their churches achieve their mission in the world. Indeed, the central feature of religious activity at Ocean Grove each summer is its series of Sunday Worship Services in The Great Auditorium, each conducted by a different minister, pastor, or noted religious speaker from different churches nationwide.

Theological Seminary of the Church of God in Haiti Celebrates 60 Years

Category: Church of God News

The need for the training of the ministry was part of the heart-cry of the Church of God in Haiti from the very beginning of its existence in 1933. The first overseer had been an Episcopal minister, before being baptized in the Holy Spirit and later making contact with the Church of God. So he knew the value of a prepared ministry. While he still had only fifteen members, he started planning to train ministers and wrote to our General Overseer, “In order to make the work grow, I must have workers.”

Aliyah Day: Celebrating a Miraculous Return

Category: Opinion & Commentary

Israel recently declared a new national holiday, one that is uniquely appropriate given the makeup of the Jewish state. Aliyah (Immigration) Day will be a celebration of Israel and its people, who hail, quite literally, from “the four corners of the earth” (Isaiah 11:12).

Group to Hold Prayer Vigil Concerning Gun Violence

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

Washington, DC–The vigil will be on Thursday, June 23, at 11:00 A.M. outside of his Washington, D.C. office located at 1233 Longworth HOB.

World Congress of Families Holds Conference in Argentina

Category: Events and Happenings

The first World Congress of Families Regional Conference in Argentina – “Declining Fertility: The Plague of the 21st Century” – was held in the city of Salta, from June 14-15, 2016, at The Salta Provincial Theatre.

Gerald McGinnis Awarded Army Bronze Star with Valor

Category: Church of God News

On March 22, 1968, at approximately 3:00 a.m. in the jungles of Vietnam, Specialist Gerald McGinnis demonstrated exceptional bravery holding a breach in the lines from an enemy attack.

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