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Arrington to Present Azusa Lecture on Global Pentecostalism

Category: Church of God News

Dr. French L. Arrington will present the Thirteenth Annual Azusa Lecture on Tuesday, October 23, at 7:00 p.m. in the North Cleveland Church of God’s Dixon Chapel. 

Atlanta Settles With Fire Chief Who Preached Bold, Biblical Truth

Category: People in the News, The Persecuted Church

It is a good day for religious liberty in America.

The city of Atlanta has agreed to settle a lawsuit with a former fire chief who was fired for writing a Bible study book for Christian men that some thought was anti-gay.

Witches Rise Up to Hex Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

Witchcraft season is upon us—a time of year where the world celebrates darkness and witches form demonic companies to celebrate dark forces. One example is making secular media headlines: Brooklyn witches are banding together for a rushed ritual to hex, vex and curse newly-minted Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in an event straightforwardly called: “Ritual to Hex Brett Kavanaugh.”

Grace Orphanage Making a Difference in Uganda

Category: Church of God News

Joseph Kagarama, regional superintendent of the Eastern Region of Africa for the Church of God, relates information regarding the Grace Orphanage in Uganda:

CeCe Winans Releases Christmas Album October 19

Category: People in the News

The multiple award- winning singer CeCe Winans has emerged from the studio with a glorious arrangement of tracks just in time for the holiday season. Once again, Winans team up with son Alvin Love III to present, Something’s Happening! A Christmas Album (Puresprings/Thirty Tigers). The mother-son team walked away with two Grammy awards for their collaboration on, Let Them Fall in Love earlier this year. The duo snagged Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song in top categories. Love penned five new songs for this spirit-filled Christmas album, incorporating five classic tunes with a distinctive musical twist.

“The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America”

Category: The Persecuted Church

Elreta Dodds’ latest Christian apologetic book, “The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America” (paperback) provides a biblical and constitutional defense against the persecution of Christians who do not support homosexuality and explains why their non-endorsement is a question of faith and religion, not of homophobia and bigotry. Dodds’ intent is not to castigate gays or inflame emotions, but to present a convincing argument as to why many Christians believe they cannot support the gay lifestyle.

Lee University’s Mission Week Serves the Smoky Mountain Children’s Home

Category: Church of God News

Lee University’s annual “Dee Lavender Mission Week” took place Oct. 1-5 to raise funds for the Smoky Mountain Children’s Home (SMCH) in Sevierville, Tennessee. In honor of Lee’s Centennial year, the university observed its roots and early connection with Sevierville and SMCH with the theme of “Going Home.” In light of this, the children’s home provided a unique opportunity to reflect upon Lee’s legacy as well as further support their mission.

Praise God for Pastor Brunson, But Don’t Forget the Persecuted Church

Category: Opinion & Commentary

The Institute on Religion & Democracy (IRD) is celebrating the release of Pastor Andrew Brunson after a Turkish court determined he has adequately served his sentence for allegedly aiding terrorists in a failed coup against President Tayyip Erdogan.

Pilot Saves Hundreds When Holy Spirit Prompts Him to Take Off Moments Before Quake Strikes

Category: Faith and Family

The Holy Spirit prompted a Christian airline pilot to speed the departure of his Batik Air flight from Palu carrying 140 passengers, narrowly averting a potential disaster with the loss of many lives.


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