What Women Want: Pentecostal Women Ministers Speak For Themselves reports on the first ever empirical research on the beliefs and experiences of Pentecostal women ministers in the Church of God.
Tony Scott, a Church of God pastor in the Toledo, Ohio area, recently made headlines for his efforts at racial reconciliation. A reporter with the Toledo Blade recently penned the following article about Pastor Scott and The Church on Strayer.
Occupying one of the seven continents of the globe, Australia has the largest land mass in the Austral/Asian region for the Church of God and is part of a church planting and growth plan for the denomination in that part of the world.
A volunteer with Men and Women of Action (MWOA) testifies of the power of the effectiveness of the organization, particularly at this time of the year.
Drs. Donnie Smith and Jake Popejoy, representing the Church of God Care Division and Chaplains Commission, participated in a task force designated to respond to the destruction of Typhoon Yolanda. This Task Force consists of representatives from seven Filipino para-church organizations. During these meetings, which were held in Manila, Philippines, a number of topics were considered including necessary strategies in response to the immediate and future needs of those affected by Typhoon Yolanda.
Most churches struggle to know how to effectively reach out to and serve young adults. This group, generally between the ages of 18-30, is an enigma to most church ministry plans and needs our attention and support. Church of God Youth and Discipleship may have a simple, convenient, and affordable way to bless and reach the young adults from your church and community.
Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named the Church of God’s Pentecostal Theological Seminary (PTS) to the coveted Military Friendly Schools® list.
Illinois was pounded by numerous tornadoes last Sunday morning and afternoon. As many as six people died in Illinois, more than 400 homes were destroyed and many more damaged. Throughout the Midwest people took shelter only to come out to see the reality of such devastation and loss.
On Sunday, November 17, tornadoes touched down across three states, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana. The congregations and members of the Church of God in these areas were affected in several ways. In Brookport, Illinois, two Church of God members were killed and one is in the hospital with severe head injuries. One retired pastor’s home was damaged and his children lost their home. The Church of God, working with Operation Compassion is already responding to these areas. Two semi-tractor trailers, as well as a box truck have delivered supplies to Brookport, Illinois.
One of the greatest disasters the world has ever witnessed is unfolding in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. With thousands dead and missing and thousands more displaced, disaster relief has been a difficult challenge for the Philippine Government and NGO’s. However, Operation Compassion, an independent benevolent organization with roots in the Church of God, has been engaged in a number of disaster relief activities trying to help as much as possible.
Church of God World Missions relief efforts from devastating Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines have begun this week, according to an announcement from Tim Hill, director.
CLEVELAND, TN – Dr. Steven J. Land, President of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, announced the selection of Shaun McKinley as Director of Recruitment and Communications. McKinley will begin the position December 1, 2013.
The Chaplains Commission has been on the forefront in the Church of God regarding ethnic and gender diversity for many years. The norm is for vocational chaplains to serve on staffs in organizations that are ethnically diverse. Therefore, the Commission actively searches for ministers of all ethnic groups to represent the Church of God with a formal endorsement as a Chaplain. Additionally, there is a high demand for female Chaplains to serve in many institutions.
Church of God World Missions Director Tim Hill recently shared the miraculous year of generosity toward missions in the Church of God. He delivered his comments at a recent gathering of state administrative bishops at the Church of God International Offices and also in the latest edition of Save Our World (SOW) magazine.