Cleveland, Tenn.–Church of God Men and Women of Action (MWOA) broke ground on two homes which are being built following the devastating tornadoes that swept through Cleveland, Tennessee last April.
Although churches got a reprieve from an eviction order that would force their worship services out of New York City public schools, organizers of religious meetings on the West Coast are facing their own First Amendment battle.
From our earliest international efforts to today’s vibrant office of Black Ministries, men and women of African descent have been integral to Church of God ministries for more than a century. Some examples reveal the long-term importance of our black leaders.
“Missio Nexus,” a new cooperative missions network, has been launched as the umbrella association for world missions efforts from North America. Until recently, two associations of missions agencies and denominations have operated in the United States and Canada: CrossGlobal Link (formerly IFMA) and The Mission Exchange (formerly EFMA). Church of God World Missions is a founding member of the former EFMA.
The controversy over President Obama’s HHS Mandate is now pouring out onto the streets. On March 23, concerned citizens in over 50 cities — including Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and San Francisco — will gather at federal buildings for a rally with the theme, “Stand Up for Religious Freedom — Stop the HHS Mandate!”
When a massive, deadly tornado devastated Joplin, Mo., last year, Jackie Allen and her 9-year-old son Dylan lost nearly everything.
New York City churches that have been meeting in public schools won a reprieve from eviction. A Friday court order allows churches to continue meeting for worship services while a lawsuit against the city continues.
Christ For The Nations Institute (CFNI) is getting some new blood. Dutch Sheets is taking the reigns of the institute Gordon Lindsay founded.
Cleveland, TN—February 24, 2012—Virginia “Gigi” Graham, the eldest daughter of world-famous evangelist Billy Graham, was the honored guest on the campus of Lee University as Billy Graham Avenue was officially dedicated.
Training has always been a priority with Church of God Youth and Discipleship.
Reviewers and readers alike are praising ‘The Good Thief,’ a powerful and moving novel by Christian author Barry Connolly. The book makes an ideal selection for individuals and book clubs looking for inspirational reading during the Lenten and Easter seasons.
A movement is underway to put lawmakers on notice that the so-called “silent majority” will no longer remain silent on issues of religious freedom and the erosion of America’s traditional values as set forth by its founding fathers 250 years ago.