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Lee University Establishes Micah 6:8 Scholarship

Category: Church of God News

Lee University recently announced the new Micah 6:8 scholarship fund, which will provide financial assistance to qualifying students of color. The scholarship is named for the Old Testament verse Micah 6:8, which encourages all “to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with our God.”

Big Win for Religious Schools

Category: Latest Trends

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 that faith-based schools have a First Amendment Free Exercise right to make employment decisions regarding religious teachers without government interference.

Colorado AG Threatens to Stop Bible Conference

Category: Latest Trends

The Colorado State attorney general attempted to ban Andrew Wommack Ministries from holding in-person gatherings of more than 175 people in accordance with the governor’s draconian orders, while permitting mass protests with no social distancing or other health precautions.

Hill Calls Day of Prayer for This Sunday

Category: Church of God News

Cleveland, TN–Church of God General Overseer Timothy M. Hill has called for a Day of Prayer for the Church of God around the world this Sunday, July 12, 2020. He is asking for all pastors to set aside a time of focused prayer for the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which has affected the Church of God globally, and for the recent racial unrest in the United States.

Forgiving Forward Course is Now Available Online

Category: Discipleship & Evangelism

Regenerating Life Ministries announces the online launch of the Forgiving Forward Course. Forgiving Forward is a gospel-rooted teaching that will help you forgive the people that have wounded you while also equipping you to teach others how to forgive.

Gospel for Asia Supplies 37 Million with Safe Water

Category: Ministries and Organizations

A leading mission agency today revealed it has provided safe drinking water for a staggering 37.5 million people in Asia, the world’s “thirstiest” continent.

PPP Loan Program Extended until August 8

Category: Church of God News

In another bipartisan effort, both houses of Congress, working with the White House, extended the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through August 8, 2020.

Photographer Sues to Stop Virginia from Fining Him for Sharing His Marriage Beliefs

Category: The Persecuted Church

A photographer based in Norfolk, Virginia, filed a lawsuit against the commonwealth earlier this week, arguing a new law could threaten the future of his business.

Christ’s Mandate for Missions Raising Funds

Category: Latest Trends

CMM thanks our partners who helped us send thousands of dollars weekly the last two months to help feed starving brethren in many nations in Africa and Asia. CMM works closely with known, trusted, indigenous missionaries in 70 nations.


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