Ultra-Runner Shares Testimony at MIP

Mario Mendoza, ultra-marathon runner and Church of God minister, correlated running with the spiritual race at the recent Ministerial Internship Program (MIP) Leadership Seminar during the 2019 MIP Commissioning Celebration.

Lee University to Host International Piano Festival

The Lee University School of Music will present its 15th Annual International Piano Festival on June 23-29.

Once an Orphan: How Missions Changed a Life

At three years old, Pramod Anderson saw his biological mother for the last time as she dropped him off at an orphanage in India. He would grow up there, sleeping on the floor and living among a sea of children. This was years before Church of God World Missions would acquire and rename the orphanage, and years before Pramod would become the director of it.

Hill Releases Next Installment in the “Let’s Talk About It” Series

The latest installment in the “Let’s Talk About It” series has been released by Church of God General Overseer Timothy M. Hill. In this latest release, the general overseer addresses the term “Bishops” and women ministers in leadership.

Global Council Precedes Latin American Congress

June 5, 2019–Bogotá Colombia–Evangelical leaders from six continents and dozens of nations are gathered this week in Bogotá, Colombia for the annual meeting of Empowered21. The first two days are highlighted by a meeting of the E21 Global Council.

Historical Society of Church of God Movements Discusses Impact of Fire Baptized Movement

The Historical Society of Church of God Movements held their annual meeting on Thursday, May 23, in Cleveland, Tennessee.  Dr. Harold D. Hunter presented “Fire Baptized Impact on the Church of God.”

Orphan Run 4 Hope: You Can Make a Difference

All over the Church of God, ordinary people are changing the lives of children by participating in Orphan Run 4 Hope.

Counting the Cost of Becoming A Missionary

Church of God missionary intern Gale Beach responded to the call of God by giving up most of her things and most of her comforts. It all started when she was studying at the University of Bristol in England. She was studying social policy in England, surrounded by beautiful scenery and magnificent church buildings. Although pleasing to the eyes, she felt that the churches were cold and empty. Here, she felt her heart drawn more and more to Europe.

MTTM and MIP: A Successful Partnership

The Ministry to the Military (MTTM) is very fruitful in its use of the Ministerial Internship Program (MIP). This year, the MTTM had several complete the MIP and are moving into another phase of ministry.

Operation Compassion Responds to Devastating Weather

For the past two weeks the Midwest and other parts of the country has been facing tornadoes, floods, severe thunderstorms, torrential rainfall and damaging winds. Along with these weather conditions, dams and levees are at risk of overflowing or giving way. Many cities along the Arkansas River are in danger as the water flows downstream creating disaster scenarios. The states of Ohio, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri have all been affected.

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