What Does the Recent Supreme Court Case Mean for Churches?

We all are becoming more familiar with the landmark case handed down by the US Supreme Court on June 15, 2020, Terence Tramaine Andrus v. Texas.   This was a highly-anticipated case that offered surprises, not only in its result, but also in the positions that the Supreme Court Justices took in deciding this case.

Lee University Details Plan for July Summer Session

Lee University will continue its gradual reopening by offering a third session of summer school in a “hybrid format” in which all classes will be offered both in-person and via online Zoom teaching.

General Overseer Launches Dialogue Series

On Saturday, June 13, 2020, Church of God General Overseer Dr. Timothy M. Hill began a series of dialogues with state leaders entitled, “Kingdom Conversations with Dr. Hill.”

Considerations on Reopening Our Churches – Part III

As the Church of God and the nation re-open following Covid-19, P. Douglas Small, president of Project Pray and coordinator of Church of God Prayer Ministries, presents excerpts from a recent white paper he has written. In this final installment, Small offers a set of good citizen and neighbor ideas and a final section of resources and web links as we consider how to re-open our churches for worship (NOTE: links and listed websites are not active in this release. Please cut and paste into browser):

Considerations on Reopening Our Churches – Part Two

As the Church of God and the nation re-open following Covid-19, P. Douglas Small, president of Project Pray and coordinator of Church of God Prayer Ministries, presents excerpts from a recent white paper he has written. In this installment, Small offers a set of practical ideas as we consider how to re-open our churches for worship:

Considerations on Reopening Our Churches

As the Church of God and the nation plan to re-open following Covid-19, P. Douglas Small, president of Project Pray and coordinator of Church of God Prayer Ministries, presents excerpts from a recent white paper he has written.

Church of God Pastors Participate in Peaceful Protest

DeLand, Fla.—Two Church of God pastors in DeLand, Florida, Rev. Mark Schrade and Demetris Presley, who also serves as evangelism coordinator for the Florida-Cocoa region, participated and addressed a crowd of peaceful protestors last week.

Prayer Vigil Held at International Offices

Cleveland, TN—Church of God General Overseer Tim Hill called a special, private prayer vigil for the International Offices family on Friday, June 5 at 10:00 am.

International Executive Committee Affirms Church of God Resolutions Regarding Racism

Cleveland, TN—The Church of God General Assembly has addressed the issue of racism with numerous resolutions over past decades. As a proactive move regarding recent developments, the International Executive Committee has made numerous statements strongly condemning recent acts of racism in America.

Global Educational Leaders Gather in Historic Digital Meeting

Cleveland, TN–Church of God educational leaders from across the globe gathered by Zoom earlier this week in a historic meeting to discuss their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Called and moderated by Dr. David Ramirez, Assistant General Overseer and liaison to the Division of Education, more than 35 college and seminary leaders joined together in an open discussion about how God has changed their focus during this crisis.

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