College of Education at Lee University Receives CAEP Accreditation

Cleveland, TN–The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) has announced that the Lee University Helen DeVos College of Education (HDCOE) is one of 46 providers of educator education programs from 22 states and Puerto Rico to receive accreditation for its programs.

Do We Want Civil Conversation – Or Civil War?

Last weekend, President Trump’s spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, stopped at the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia, to enjoy dinner with a group of family and friends. The rest of her story will go down in history. The owner of the small farm-to-table restaurant, Stephanie Wilkinson, felt that having a White House employee in her establishment was a violation of her political convictions. So she asked Sanders and her party to leave.

Kingdom Racing Launches ‘God Speed’ Book

Kingdom Racing recapped a successful participation in the 102nd Indianapolis 500 Mile Race held on May 27, 2018. Hard charger Sage Karam once again drove the DRR No.24 entrant from the 24th starting position up to 6th place by lap 143 before a mechanical issue sidelined the run. “While the race result was a disappointment, the overall performance of the team and the results of the various ministry events held during the month of May were fantastic,” said Davey Hamilton, Kingdom Racing’s Managing Director.

Pentecost in Hong Kong

Church of God Missionary Tommy Smith, who also serves as regional superintendent of the Southern Pacific, recently sent the following report to World Missions:

Bibles For The World Campaign Addresses Bible Illiteracy

Bibles For The World (BFTW,, a global ministry focused on reaching unreached peoples with the gospel in developing countries, is tackling a disturbing and growing trend — Bible illiteracy in the United States. Launched earlier this year, BFTW’s ‘Learn the Bible in a Year’ program, a two-minute, daily radio feature that leads listeners from Genesis to Revelation in 365 programs, continues to gain momentum in the U.S.

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.”

Music to Please All Generations at the General Assembly

Delegates of all ages are headed to the 77th Church of God International General Assembly set for July 30 – August 3, 2018. A key component of any General Assembly is music and this year will be no exception.

Organization Applauds SCOTUS Decisions in Two Cases

The Foundation for Moral Law (“the Foundation”), an Alabama-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to religious liberty and the strict interpretation of the Constitution as intended by its Framers, applauded Tuesday’s U.S. Supreme Court decisions in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra and Trump v. Hawaii.

WCC Joins Call for Release of Mission Personnel from Philippines

The World Council of Churches (WCC) joined the Council of Bishops of the United Methodist Church (UMC) as well as United Methodist bishops in the Philippines in appealing to the government of the Philippines for assistance and cooperation in extracting three United Methodist mission personnel from the country.

Special Orders of the Day Featured at General Assembly

The upcoming Church of God International General Assembly, slated for July 30 – August 3, 2018, will feature three dynamic leaders who will make presentations during the General Council Business Sessions.

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