Support the Church of God on Giving Tuesday

Today, Tuesday, December 1, 2020 is “Giving Tuesday” across the United States. It is a day when everyone is encouraged to support causes they care about, from food security to disaster relief.

Need Still Great Following Hurricane

Hurricane Eta, which struck Central America earlier this month, wreaked havoc on several countries and continues to be a focus of relief by Church of God World Missions.

Nichols and Gregory Honored with Spirit of Azusa Award

Earlier this month, the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center honored Dr. John D. Nichols and Dr. John M. Gregory with the Spirit of Azusa Award. The Research Center presented the awards in conjunction with its fifteenth annual Azusa Lecture. For the first time, the Leadership and Communications Center of the Church of God International Offices in Cleveland, Tennessee, hosted the live-streamed event. Both the presentation of the Spirit of Azusa Awards and the Azusa Lecture highlighted benevolence ministries in recognition of the centennial of the Church of God’s oldest benevolence ministry—the Smoky Mountain Children’s Home.

World Missions Calls for ‘Christ’s Birthday’ Offerings

Christ’s birthday is celebrated annually at Church of God World Missions by asking supporters to give a monetary gift in honor of the miraculous birth of Jesus. When your family celebrates the gift of Christ with an offering of $20.20, 100 percent is used to bring the light of hope to crisis and disaster relief throughout the year.

Conn Named to Inaugural Class of TICUA Hall of Fame

Cleveland, TN–Dr. Paul Conn, Lee University chancellor, was recently inducted into the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association’s (TICUA) Hall of Fame, which aims to honor distinguished alumni from TICUA institutions while highlighting their contributions to the state, nation, and world.

‘Arise!’ Music Conference Set for March

The Church of God International Offices, Spirit Sound Music Group, and Westmore Church of God are co-sponsoring a conference for worship leaders, pastors, musicians and creative art teams. The date is March 4-6, 2021 at Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tenn.

Five Lee Alumni Win Dove Awards

Cleveland, TN–Five Lee University alumni were recently named 2020 Dove Award winners.

VITAL Initiative Zoom Conference Scheduled

Church of God General Overseer Dr. Tim Hill and Michael Nations, founding director of The VITAL Initiative, will host a unique gathering for pastors via Zoom on Monday December 7, 2020 at 8:00 EST. All pastors are welcome, and the discussion will concentrate primarily on issues highlighted in the work of The VITAL Initiative, a ministry founded to benefit the pastor of the smaller congregation.

Lee University Forum Named in Darlia Conn’s Honor

Cleveland, TN–The new clock and bell tower over Lee University’s South Campus Quad has been officially named the Darlia McLuhan Conn Forum and Bell Tower, according to a recent action by the Lee University Board of Directors. The naming honors the former First Lady of Lee, Darlia Conn, who led the university alongside her husband Paul Conn from Aug. 1, 1986 to Aug. 1, 2020.

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