Send the Light to the Cities Project Update

International World Missions Director for the Church of God, Dr. David M. Griffis, and Assistant Director Dr. M. Thomas Propes, recently announced progress reports with two cities associated with the Send the Light to the Cities Project, an initiative to reach 10 major cities around the world with the people and resources God gives.

Seventieth Anniversary of UN Vote on Israel

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the United Nations’ vote to fulfill the 1917 Balfour Declaration and recognize “the Jewish people’s right to a national home in their ancient homeland.”

Ecuadorian Greenhouse Project Provides a Sweet Way of Sharing the Gospel

Missionaries in South America have come up with a novel way of encouraging people to respond to the Bible’s invitation to “taste and see that the Lord is good.”

Lee Alumni Making Marks in Music World

November 29, 2017–Three alums from Lee University have garnered recent headlines for their musical talents, a trend that is nothing new from the university with 100 year-old roots in the Church of God.

Jesus Christ, Al Franken and the Scandal of Sexual Harassment

Allegations of sexual harassment pile higher every day in Washington. Senator Al Franken, the Democrat from Minnesota, has been accused of groping women, while Michigan congressman John Conyers has stepped down from the House Judiciary Committee because he paid $27,000 to a woman who accused him of inappropriate sexual behavior. And a Texas congressman, Republican Joe Barton, is in the hot seat because he texted nude photos to a woman.

Christian Radio Station Takes on Illegal Radio Pirates, and Wins

When The Bridge Christian Radio Network, based in Old Bridge, NJ, gained authorization to expand its Christian Bible teaching broadcasts into New York City in November 2013, no one could have anticipated the battle that would ensue before the station could actually begin broadcasting on its own frequency, 95.1FM in the heart of Manhattan.

Pentecostal Theological Seminary Releases New Publication

Cleveland, TN—The Pentecostal Theological Seminary (PTS) has launched a new publication titled, SPIRIT. The announcement comes from Michael L. Baker, President of PTS and Chancellor of Education for the Church of God.

Carrasquillo Appointed to PTS Center for Latino Studies

Cleveland, TN–At the recent Pentecostal Theological Seminary Board of Trustee meeting, Dr. Michael L. Baker, Chancellor of Education and President of Pentecostal Theological Seminary recommended that the PTS Board of Trustees appoint Wilmer Estrada Carrasquillo as Acting Director of the PTS Center for Latino Studies (CLS) during the remaining tenure of the 2017-2018 academic year. The PTS Board of Trustees unanimously approved the recommendation.

Saving the Chapel Car Good Will

LEESBURG, Va. — The National Museum of American Religion (NMAR) has begun work to save the chapel car Good Will.

Christ’s Birthday Offering 2017

For numerous years, Church of God World Missions has featured the Christ’s Birthday Offering in December to honor the birth of the King—Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

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