Women’s Ministries Exceeds Goal; Award Winners Announced

State and regional Women’s Ministry coordinators were recently recognized for their efforts in supporting the 2016-2018 Women’s Ministries project, the Provisión de Amor Safe House in Cota, Colombia.

Leadership Conference Concludes with Commissioning Service

Cleveland, TN–State and regional overseers, discipleship directors, and International Offices leaders came together on Friday, September 14 for a commissioning service, the conclusion of the three-day “Spiritual Renewal and Big Picture Leadership” conference.  

Dedication Date Set for YWEA Project in Ethiopia

The building of a National Ministries Center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, has been on-going for several years, but completion has finally been achieved. The “finish” here will coincide with the FINISHing of the Great Commission.

Fall 2018 Engage Journal Released

The fall 2018 issue of Church of God Engage has been released and is available digitally at www.cogengage.org.

Church of God Responds to Destruction left by Hurricane Florence

With the death toll rising from the devastation caused by Hurricane Florence, the Church of God disaster relief teams have already started responding with assistance.

Six Couples Honored With Global Impact Awards

Six Church of God leaders and their spouses were honored with the prestigious Global Impact Award during special services at the leadership conference being held in Cleveland this week.

Groundbreaking Held at Smoky Mountain Children’s Home

Sevierville, TN–On Wednesday, September 5, the staff and distinguished guests held an official groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the construction of a new home / cottage at the Smoky Mountain Children’s Home. It marked the campus’ first building project in more than 30 years.

Brooks Sworn In as Cleveland Mayor

Cleveland, Tennessee—Kevin Brooks, Coordinator of Public Relations and Conference Management at the Church of God International Offices and graduate of Lee University, was sworn in as the new mayor of Cleveland, Tennessee on Monday, September 10.

Operation Compassion Prepares for Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence has become a category 4 hurricane. While it is about 1,254 miles off the east coast of the U.S., forecasters are predicting a Thursday afternoon to evening landfall. Although it is a little early to know for certain where Florence will make landfall, most of the forecasts are pointing to a stretch of coast between Myrtle Beach, SC and The Outer Banks, NC. NOAA is predicting a catastrophic and life-threatening landfall with large surf or storm surge, catastrophic flooding and more than two feet of rain. As winds climb to 130 – 156 mile per hour or more devastating damage to homes, businesses and other structures are likely.

Heart of Florida Youth Ranch Receives Reaccreditation

The Heart of Florida Youth Ranch Board of Directors met last week and were able to celebrate some great milestones. The Ranch has earned reaccreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA).

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