Annual Missions Week at Lee Raises Funds for Liberian Orphanage

Lee University’s “Dee Lavender Missions Week,” was held last week and raised funds for the Phebe Grey Orphanage in Liberia, Africa, for the second year in a row.

International Religious Freedom Summit Comes to Dallas

More than three quarters of the world’s population lives under religious discrimination or persecution. We can ignore it or we can get involved. Speak Freedom Dallas, an international religious freedom summit, will take place this weekend, November 4-6. Renowned speakers Os Guinness, Nigerian Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi, Nick Pitts from The Denison Forum, and music by Dallas band All Delighted People will headline the events.

Christian Parenting Book Wins Award

“Raising God’s Girl” by Rich and Mary Lou Graham was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Silver Award for Excellence. “Truly the best of the best,” said Angela Bole, the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Chief Executive Officer.

Smithsonian Rediscovers Religion

Bill Donohue comments on a new project by the Smithsonian:

World Missions Updates on Hurricane Damage in Bahamas

Following close on the heels of impact Hurricane Matthew made on the western side of Haiti, the island of Andros, Bahamas, suffered a major blow, as well.

Revival Touches ‘Devil Worshipping’ Tribe

For the first time in centuries, a remote African tribe called the Batwa Pygmies is being introduced to Jesus Christ.

No Stent Miracle!

On a recent ministry trip to Hong Kong, Poppi Smith, wife of Tommy Smith, regional superintendent/representative South Pacific Region/Indonesia, experienced chest and arm pains during a flight.

Dr. James Dobson Calls for Civil Disobedience

Christians across America must express their outrage at the Ninth Circuit Court’s ruling to uphold California’s so called ‘Reproductive FACT Act.’ This decision will require 150 pro-life crisis pregnancy clinics across the state to promote abortion services to the women they serve.

Retired Ministers and Widows Appreciation Sunday Is October 30

This Sunday, October 30, 2016, Church of God congregations are being asked to designate a special love offering exclusively for aged ministers and widows.

Family Research Council Calls on Georgia Governor to Withdraw Demand for Pastor’s Sermons and Documents

Family Research Council (FRC) today expressed outrage after the State of Georgia issued a legal demand that Dr. Eric Walsh, a lay pastor, hand over his sermons, sermon notes, and all pastoral documentation including his Bible. FRC launched a petition today at that calls on Governor Deal to “correct this egregious overreach of the state into church affairs.”

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