Tornado Shreds Church, Spares 45 Praying People

Tornadoes in East Texas tore through homes, offices and churches—but didn’t touch the hallway where 45 people were crying out to God.

From Welfare to Millionaire to Missionary

Jeff Hall’s most recent tax return will show an income well into the millions. Far from the days when he used to starve. Growing up in a poor and dysfunctional family that was on welfare, today he’s participated in over 100 missions projects.

Honor All Men, Love the Brotherhood, Fear God

The following is a testimony received from Peggy Winslow who recently travelled with Men and Women of Action to Africa…

Missionaries Testify Amidst Loss

Like the rest of us, Church of God missionaries must face the loss of a loved one.

Avalanche Survivors Point to Miraculous Angelic Intervention

Survivors of the devastating avalanche in Italy last week are beginning to tell their harrowing stories and recount how they managed to escape the freak natural disaster alive with the help of “angel” rescuers.

Meals Project Raises Funds for Nepal

Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee, sponsors a Nepal Evangelism Project, where they visit and train leaders for ministry. Paulette Lewis felt the burden to raise funds for the project and asked God to reveal to her what she could do … the result was a year-long commitment to sell a meal-a-month on the first Friday to those interested.

An Incredible Story of Obedience, Suffering, Peace and Abundance

When Darlene Rose was 10, a missionary came to her church in Ames, Iowa, and gave an altar call to the teens and college-age students, begging them to give their lives to foreign missions. Darlene was sitting on the back row during the altar call and felt a firm hand on her shoulder.

I Never Felt So Welcomed…

The following testimony was written by Hannah Franklin, a 16-year-old who attends North Cleveland Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee. This is her firsthand story of a recent missions trip.

A Life Story of Pain and Heartache Turned to Joy

Our world is in desperate need of heroes and heroines who choose to live well in spite of overwhelming circumstances and enormous disappointment. How we choose to live during the most difficult moments of our lives will actually write the story of our legacy.

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