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Operation Compassion, God’s Pit Crew Assist in School Rebuild

Category: Church of God News

Earlier this summer when the Arkansas River crested more than 40 feet out of its banks, towns all along the river were flooded. One such town was Moffett, Oklahoma where every structure was affected by the flood waters. Moffett School, serving pre-k through 8th grade, sustained significant damage.

War, Refugees, and Hope

Category: The Persecuted Church

If you were chased out of your home at gunpoint and had to live in a refugee camp, could you turn it into something good?

Education Secretary Meets with Pastors to Pray for Children and Schools in America

Category: Opinion & Commentary

Betsy DeVos, the U.S. secretary of education, who is known to be a strong evangelical, met with several pastors recently to pray for safety as the school year begins. Entrepreneur Kenny Koldenhoven of Lake Mary, Florida—a longtime friend of the DeVoses—set up the meeting in Washington, D.C., with DeVos and his pastor, Shaddy Soliman of Lake Mary Church, along with two other local pastors. They met for 45 minutes specifically to pray.

Evangelists Speak Out

Category: Church of God News

In this excerpt from the Church of God Evangel, three Church of God evangelists describe their calling and burden.

Tennessee Lawmakers Affirm Life

Category: Latest Trends

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimonies this week for an amendment to a bill that would affirm that life begins at conception and prohibit abortion after an unborn child’s heartbeat is detected or with increased levels of the human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) hormone. Liberty Counsel Senior Litigation Counsel Richard Mast presented testimony regarding the precedential frailties of Roe v. Wade during the senate summer study session.

Young People’s Movement Strengthens Influence

Category: Ministries and Organizations

After three intense days with deep discussions and productive sessions, the bi-annual meeting of the World Council of Churches(WCC) ECHOS Commission came to an end on Thursday. Fourteen young committee members and staff from 20 different countries all over the world had gathered in Seoul, Korea to further strengthen the WCC young peoples movement and continue the pilgrimage of justice and peace.

Hispanic Educational Ministries Conducts FIEL USA 2019

Category: Church of God News

FIEL USA 2019, held in Mesquite, Texas July 31 – August 3, set important researched guidelines that served as crucial benchmarks during dialogue at the Global Forum of the Hispanic Congress. Under the central theme of Redefinition: A Pentecostal Church Pointing Towards an Integrated and Global Mission, several educators, pastors and Millennial theologians presented research papers on the ecclesiastical practice and contextual reality among the Hispanic/Latino constituents of the United States and Canada.

New Release Offers Insight on God’s Design for Marriage

Category: Ministry Resources

In twenty-seven years of women’s ministry, Nancy Kaser, author, educator, and pastor’s wife, has counseled countless women in both happy and troubled marriages and has seen the Word of God bring increased joy, healing, and hope.

Gospel for Asia Wages War Against ‘Child Killer’ Mosquitoes, Malaria

Category: Ministries and Organizations

Faith-based agency Gospel for Asia (GFA, www.gfa.org) today announced it is combatting the deadly mosquito menace and resulting malaria parasite killing thousands of children in Asia, as the Christian organization marks the annual World Mosquito Day on August 20. To read GFA’s special report titled “Fighting Malaria—a Chilling Disease,” visit: http://www.gfa.org/press/mosquito-report.


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