Relief Continues in Bahamas

General Overseer Tim Hill (center, blue shirt) is joined by Assistant General Overseer David Ramirez, Secretary General John Childers and Bahamian church leaders (click photo to enlarge)

As reports continue to stream in on the level of destruction and loss in the Bahamas due to Hurricane Dorian, Church of God leaders and relief agencies are continuing to ramp up efforts to assist as the situation evolves.

Rally for Religious Liberty to Counter Governor and Attorney General

In the summer of 2018, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission-a collective of five appointees-sidestepped the Michigan Legislature and issued an Interpretive Statement regarding the usage of the word “sex” in Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act of 1976. In the statement, the Commission announced it would be expanding the meaning of the word to include “gender identity” and “sexual orientation.” At the request of the Legislature, the Attorney General at the time, Bill Schuette, responded to the overreach, denouncing the action as unlawful and mandating that the Commission retract to within the boundaries of its office. The Commission responded, saying it would stay the course as noted in its Interpretive Statement.

7 Ways to Bridge the Generation Gap in the Church

If you watched the Democratic Party’s presidential debate last week, you’ll know why San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro got poor marks from so many commentators and viewers. Castro seemed to be attacking former Vice President Joe Biden for his age, implying that the 76-year-old candidate is losing his memory.