Nashville, TN–Over 2,000 women gathered Tuesday night, July 19 at the Music City Center for the General Assembly women’s worship service, hosted by International Women’s Discipleship.
Having fulfilled the position of secretary general with the Church of God Executive Committee, Dr. M. Thomas Propes now brings his abilities and dedication to the World Missions ministries.
Help! I choked as I said this word, bungling my way past my seatmate to hustle to the lavatory at the back of the airplane for the umpteenth time.
Please don’t stone me if I get one of these 10 traits wrong.
And while there is a good bit of subjectivity in this article, I think I am basing my projections on clear and evident trends.
A product of Church of God World Missions influence, David Griffis comes to World Missions to extend his own effect upon world evangelization, initiated by his father, Garland Griffis, who served many years as a World Missions field representative.
Have you ever been disappointed in people? You’ve befriended, encouraged and mentored them, yet, at some point, they have walked away, never saying thank you.
Nashville, TN—The Church of God International General Council, the group of ordained bishops registered and attending last week’s International General Assembly in Nashville, began their business session on Tuesday, July 19. Following Presiding Bishop Mark Williams’ “State of the Church Address,” corporate prayer, and communion, the General Council participated in the ordinance of foot washing. The experience set a unique and beautiful tone for the ensuing business of the church.
The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama legal foundation dedicated to strict adherence to the Constitution as intended by its Framers, urged school boards and other governmental bodies to make sure they have the full picture before caving in to the demands that religious aspects of the culture be removed from the public arena.
New Book Helps Christians Have a Better Understanding of What It Really Means to be a Christian in Today’s World
Caridad Rivera’s new book, The Life of a Christian, is for everyone looking to know more about the Christian lifestyle. She encourages all readers to have a closer walk with the Lord and to see that being a Christian is much more than just sitting on a bench and listening to a sermon. This book is ideal for a new Christian serving God for the first time or a practicing Christian who may be struggling with their beliefs. She answers many important questions including: What are the struggles Christians may face? How can one live a life pleasing unto God in the mist of adversities? Is it really necessary to pray? Whose job is it to prepare the Christian for the coming of Christ? Why is it necessary for Christians to have the Fruit of the Spirit? Anyone who has ever contemplated these or other Christian-related questions is encouraged to read this book.
Over 140 members and guests of Luis Palau Association’s Next Generation Alliance (NGA) gathered for the Connect Conference in Washington DC July 14-16, 2016. Participants, coming from across the United States and around the world, met to network, share ideas on evangelism and ministry, and hear from speakers on the theme of Engagement.