Immune to Fear: Unusual Times Require Strong Faith

In light of the isolation many are experiencing as a result of the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, Evangelist Daniel Kolenda and the Christ for All Nation’s (CfaN) team is releasing a timely, 60-day Bible study entitled, Immune to Fear, CfaN will offer the inspiring, faith-building, daily devotional free of charge. Once participants register online, they’ll receive a daily email with a powerful selection from the writings of CfaN President, Daniel Kolenda or CfaN founder, Reinhard Bonnke.

Special Livestream Service Set for Sunday

In a call for connectivity and unity during the Covid-19 pandemic, Church of God General Overseer Tim Hill has called a special livestream service, which will take place from the International Offices this Sunday at 6:00 p.m. EST.

God is Faithful in the New Reality

I had a message ready to preach last Sunday in a world missions supporting congregation near our nation’s capital. A few hours before heading to the airport, I learned from my pastor friend that their public gathering would be canceled. He and I agreed together that he should fill the “online pulpit” in the first Sunday of the new reality.

Samaritan’s Purse Opens Emergency Field Hospital in Italy

Today, the Samaritan’s Purse Emergency Field Hospital, specially equipped with a respiratory care unit, opened in Cremona, Italy. The 68-bed unit was airlifted to Italy on March 17 using the relief organization’s DC-8 cargo plane to provide critical surge capacity to an overwhelmed hospital. The tent facility began receiving patients as soon as it opened so that staff could begin helping Italians with urgent medical needs.

Church of God Announces Event Cancellations

Cleveland, TN—Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, leaders at the Church of God International Offices have announced the cancellation of nearly a dozen previously-scheduled denomination and department-wide events.

Churches, Ministries Plot Path Forward Amid ‘Coronavirus Shock’

Churches, international and national ministries, Christian schools, rescue missions and a host of grassroots organizations are coping with “coronavirus shock” as they face unprecedented challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minno Debuts Free ‘Church at Home’ Feature

Minno-a new, Nashville-based children’s digital media company featuring one of the world’s largest collections of Classic VeggieTales and an expertly-curated collection of media choices for Christian families, is responding to changes due to COVID-19 today with a free resource for families unable to physically attend church. Minno’s free Church at Home program affords families an easy-to-use, home-based digital Sunday School experience.

Should We Have Church Services?

In the latest installment of how the Church of God is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, General Overseer Tim Hill offers his insight on how local churches should deal with conducting Sunday services.

Groups to Host COVID-19 Church Online Summit

The Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI) at Wheaton College and the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) are partnering to present the COVID-19 Church Online Summit, a two-day digital summit on March 26-27, which will feature videos from church leaders to help churches respond creatively and well to the coronavirus outbreak. Registration is free; sign up at https://www.covid19churchsummit.com/.

Online Church Service Attendance Quadruples in Light of COVID-19

In the wake of recommendations to suspend large gatherings to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Church Online Platform saw record-breaking attendance for the weekend of March 14-15. The tool helped churches in countries around the world stream church services to a total of 4.7 million unique devices, which is four times the average total attendance for one weekend.

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