US Hosts First Religious Freedom Ministerial

This week, U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will host the first Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.

Lee to Welcome Fultz as New Campus Pastor

Cleveland, Tenn.–Rob Fultz, a 2001 Lee University alumnus, has been appointed the new campus pastor for Lee University, effective next month.

Empowered21 Congress Closes by Sending Next Generation Leaders to the Future

Jakarta, Indonesia—Empowered21 closed its four-day Asia Regional Congress Friday morning at the Sentul International Convention Center with more than 13,000 delegates from 45 nations in a celebration of praise and worship, as thousands of next generation Spirit-empowered leaders were commissioned to go into their nations with a burning passion to reach the lost and equip the body of Christ.

Religious Freedom in Syria: The Sole Foundation for Lasting Peace

Syrian, US, and international experts will explain why a pluralistic and inclusive, non-sectarian, democracy providing equal rights for all Syrians is the only acceptable solution for the wounds of Syria’s brutal civil war. Religious freedom is the true antidote to the ideology of Daesh. And it exists now in Syria’s Democratic Self-Administration—the home of the multi-religious, multi-ethnic Syrian Democratic Forces.

Hill, Campus Choir Featured During E21 Asia Regional Congress

Jakarta, Indonesia – For a second day, believers from all over Asia gathered at the Sentul International Convention Center in Jakarta for the Empowered21 Asia Regional Congress. Themed FIRE & GLORY, the four-day event is designed to strengthen and encourage believers as they seek a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

New Release Encourages Remembering the Lessons of History

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” said the Spanish philosopher and writer George Santayana who died in 1952. Educator and author Vernal Lind reminds readers how the lessons of the past inform the future in his newest release, the novel The Future Wears a Strange Face (Redemption Press, August 2018).

Don’t Be A Church Dropout

All my life I’ve heard people make up excuses for missing church. Long before funny memes were invented for social media, absentee churchgoers joked about attending “Bedside Baptist,” “Church of the Holy Comforter” or “Church of the Inner Springs” to imply that they decided to sleep in on Sunday morning.

Empowered21 “FIRE & GLORY” Opens in Jakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia—Empowered21 opened its Asia Regional Congress Tuesday night with 11,000 delegates inside the Sentul International Convention Center and another 2,000 watching in tents outside, making a total of 13,000 delegates from 45 nations.

Praying for Mexico City to Be A City of Light

With a population of 21.2 million people, Mexico City maintains the distinction of the largest city in the Western Hemisphere. A prime location for Church of God World missions’ Send the Light to the Cities emphasis, the converts and students trained at a proposed center will have a strategic stance on the people of Mexico City.

College Student Blessed With Car After 20-Mile Journey on Foot Wants to Bless Others

A CEO donated his personal car to a college student who walked 20 miles overnight to get to his new job.

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