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Hill Releases Next Article in Series, ‘Let’s Talk About It’

Category: Church of God News

Church of God General Overseer Tim Hill addresses the subject of retired ministers in his latest entry titled, “The Debt We Owe – Our Denomination’s Responsibility to its Retired Ministers.”

Artists to Launch Music Center at Liberty University

Category: Ministries and Organizations

Grammy Award-winning artist Michael W. Smith hopes to share the secrets of his success with students at Liberty University this coming fall.

Tada Announces She Is Cancer-Free

Category: People in the News

Joni Eareckson Tada recently announced on Facebook that she is cancer-free. She called her good news “miraculous” and thanked her followers for their prayers and support.

Reaching the Hated Harvest

Category: Church of God News

He sent them all into this city. Normally, Jesus sent them as teams of two for each city, but this one time He sent all twelve of His disciples. Called and commissioned by the Lord of the Harvest, entrusted with the message of the Kingdom of Heaven, evil spirits subject to them… yet they brought NO ONE to Jesus.

Most Biologists Believe Life Begins at Conception

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

A recent five-year research study has revealed that an overwhelming majority of biologists from 1,058 academic institutions confirm that “a human’s life begins at fertilization.”

Evangelical Denomination Expels Entire Congregation Over LGBT Inclusion

Category: Latest Trends

For the first time in its 134-year history, the Evangelical Covenant Church has voted to remove a congregation from its roster over its position on LGBTQ inclusion.

Operation Compassion Continues Dream Center Concept

Category: Church of God News

For more than 20 years, Operation Compassion has been looking for ways to reach out to assist individuals and families that have found themselves in difficult circumstances. It doesn’t matter if a disaster caused the immediate need for relief and aid or if it was a result of socio-economic status. When people find themselves searching to provide the basic necessities of life, Operation Compassion has always found a way to provide assistance. Often times this assistance included food, bottled water, clothing and shoes, cleaning supplies and equipment, building supplies of all types and many other types of help.

Ministerial Event To Highlight Religious Oppression

Category: Events and Happenings

ChinaAid President Bob Fu is set to be a featured presenter at a July 15 event called “Silicon Valley and China: The Rise Of Religious Oppression Through Technology.”

Don’t Believe the Lie That Christianity Is Declining

Category: Opinion & Commentary

I’m sure you’ve never heard of Mary Larios. For years she ran a small cantina near Rio Hondo, Guatemala. But after her conversion to Jesus Christ, she went back to the community of Sunsapote, 20 miles from her house, to share her faith with relatives.

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