Texas Church’s Cattle Drive Beefs Up Community Food Pantry

DENTON, Texas — According to Psalm 50, the cattle on a thousand hills belong to God, and a Texas church is rounding some of them up to feed his people. The range-riding Cattle Ministry begun at Denton Bible Church (DBC, www.dentonbible.org) is believed to be the only one of its kind in the country, providing free, high-quality ground beef to those in need.

October Is National Clergy Appreciation Month

When’s the last time you said thank you to your pastors and let them know you are praying for them? October might be a good time, since it’s National Clergy Appreciation Month. And if your pastor is like many, they are feeling stress.

Pastor Seeks $778,000 to Build ‘Christian Internet’

USA.Life is a new social network being built by a pastor to provide an alternative to the liberal leaning social media outlets. This site doesn’t censor Christians and is for all people who love “life, liberty and happiness.”

More Than 2000 Women Rally Against SBC Leader

More than 2,000 Southern Baptist women have signed a letter asking the trustees of a Fort Worth, Texas, seminary to take action against its embattled president after audio and video clips emerged in which he counseled physically abused women to quietly pray and described a 16-year-old’s body as “built.”

Spirit-Filled Megachurch Eliminates $10M Medical Debt for Local Families

A Texas megachurch used a $100,000 donation to eliminate $10 million worth of medical debt going into Easter weekend.

Call to Rediscover the Impact of Congregational Singing

Keith Getty OBE and Kristyn Getty have today, on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, set a call to the church around the world to rediscover the power of congregational singing. The couple, who have written hymns sung by an estimated 40-50 million people in church services each year, echo Martin Luther’s challenge to view congregational singing not simply as an innovation, but rather a return to the Bible and the biblical practices followed well by the prophets and the ancient Church fathers.

New Leaders Elected at AG General Council

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Douglas E. Clay is the new general superintendent-elect of the U.S. Assemblies of God, elected Wednesday afternoon subsequent to George O. Wood, who has held the post for 10 years, withdrawing his name from contention.

Assemblies of God Welcomes New Leader, Douglas Clay

Anaheim, Calif.–Douglas E. Clay was voted general superintendent of the General Council of the Assemblies of God USA on Wednesday in a stunning vote after former General Superintendent George O. Wood removed his name from the ballot. Clay previously served as general treasurer for the General Council of the Assemblies of God (AG).

Help Awaken Stagnant Churches

A wake-up call to sleepy churches has gone out from missions agency TMS Global, which wants to help revive inward-focused congregations through revitalized faith.

Group Aims to Increase Diversity in the World Missions Workforce

Non-white churches and workers have long been underrepresented in mainline denominations in missions, but one agency is doing all that it can to help change that. TMS Global is undertaking a major drive to diversify in its work around the world, to more fully reflect the rich breadth of God’s church and kingdom.

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