Hollywood’s Life Film Fest Rallies Storytellers

On May 3 and 4, Life Fest Hollywood marks its 8th year at Raleigh Studios, Hollywood, the original Chaplin Studios. The goal of Life Fest is to honor films that underscore the significance of an individual life, especially the seemingly insignificant. Life Fest’s signature award, the “Spirit of Capra,” is named after director Frank Capra, whose work underscored the significance of the seemingly insignificant life.

Divine Posters: Journey with the Holy Spirit

The world is overrun with hate, anger and impatience and something needs to help it change. How? With Divine intervention, OurDividedWorld.com and H. John Johnsen, the Divine poster designer.

Executive Council Concludes Spring Session

Cleveland, TN—The International Executive Council of the Church of God met in their regularly scheduled spring session, completing their agenda on Tuesday evening, April 23, 2019.

An Inside Report from Sri Lanka’s Traumatized Church

While members of Zion Church gathered last Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, children were meeting for a Sunday school lesson in another part of the building. At one point, their teacher asked the kids if they were willing to die for their faith. Every hand went up.

Vengeance, Anger or Prayer? How to Respond When Terrorists Strike

Yesterday was Sri Lanka’s day of mourning over the terrorist’s bomb blasts at churches and hotels on Easter morning.

Adult Discipleship Offers National Day of Prayer Resources

Church of God Adult Discipleship announces the availability of resources connected with the upcoming National Day of Prayer set for Thursday, May 2, all across America. This is the day each year when believers of all denominations join hands and hearts and pray together for God to bless and guide our nation back to righteous principles and practices.

Supreme Court Responds to Christian Plea for Relief from Anti-Christian Attacks

Public Advocate heartily thanks the U.S. Supreme Court for taking up the issue of the wrongful expansion of Title VII rights via the reinterpretation of “discrimination on the basis of sex” to include sexual activity.

Franklin Graham Shares Hope-Filled Easter Message on the Colombia / Venezuela Border

Cúcuta, Colombia, is a beautiful, quiet city, surrounded by mountains and lined with palm trees. Its joyful and passionate residents love their “small town” (with a population of approximately 800,000).

Gentle Hands Orphanage: Where the Broken Become Whole

Charity Graff, executive director of Gentle Hands Inc. (GHI), a Church of God World Missions orphanage in the Philippines, shares her story.

Sri Lanka Bombings is a Wake-up Call to Protect Religious Freedom

Ohr Torah Stone’s Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) in Jerusalem wishes to express our sincerest condolences to the families of Sri Lanka who lost their loved ones in Sunday’s terrorist attacks that took the lives of more than 200 people and injured hundreds. Three Catholic churches were part of the targeted attacks while congregants were involved in prayer on one of Christianity’s sacred days. Rabbi Kenneth Brander, President of Ohr Torah Stone, said that “the holiday of Passover reminds us of the need to speak out against affliction especially when targeted against religious groups on their holy days.”

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