Doctrine and Polity Committee Releases ‘Headship’ Part II

Members of the Church of God Doctrine and Polity Committee have released the follow up to a recently released paper in the series entitled, “Headship and Women in Leadership.”

New Biblical Voter Booklet Provides Election Strategies for the Discerning Christian

Introducing the “Biblical Voter Booklet—A Step-by-Step Guide to Biblical Voting: What you Need to Know to Save America.”

Through the Changing Face of How Churches Worship

As a whole, most of us do not like change and that also includes the church. But because of Covid-19, churches have had to change to adapt to this pandemic.

Through the use of technology (youtube, streaming, podcast, etc.), the church is now able to spread the message of Jesus Christ through technology to those outside of their congregation.

Now that we have realized that the use of modern technology can be used to provide church services, we need to consider how technology can also enhance our worship services.

There is no denying that our culture today is dominated by images in our everyday life. And like the old saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Because images are part of our everyday life and they can convey a message better than words, we need to explore more possible ways to affect a person’s understanding of the gospel and God’s love through how we worship.

Smoky Mountain Children’s Home Centennial Celebrations Continue

Sevierville, TN–The Smoky Mountain Children’s Home (SMCH) has been commemorating their centennial this year with plans to celebrate during a signature event in December.

Worship Summit to Teach Virtual Church Production, Live Streaming Technologies

After three successful educational sessions this year, Worship Summit Live is back in time for houses of worship to acquire critical technical training for a busy upcoming holiday worship season. On Wed, Nov. 18, 2020, the Worship Summit Live 4 virtual event will host church production and technology experts who will demonstrate the best methods to safely produce engaging worship celebrations for virtual congregations. Attendees can view technical sessions at Worship Summit Live for free, as well as access a separate networking and collaboration meeting via Zoom for only $5.

Millions of Children in ‘Crushing Poverty’ Says Gospel for Asia

Around 375 million children worldwide — including nearly one-in-six children in the U.S. — live in crushing poverty, says a new report coinciding with the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, Oct. 17.

Tent Meeting 2020: A Testimony

From October 4-9, 2020, a tent meeting took place on the same site as a historic Church of God revival in 1908. The following is a testimony of the week’s gathering by Dr. David Roebuck, director of the Pentecostal Research Center and a member of the Church of God Historical Commission:

When the Pandemic Is Over, Don’t Stay Disconnected From Church

Churches have been on lockdown for months. COVID-19 forced us to go virtual, and the pandemic has turned pastors into awkward television evangelists who preach to empty auditoriums using smartphones.

Personhood Alliance Announces Official Position on Vaccine Ethics

The national board of directors of the Personhood Alliance announced today its official position on vaccine ethics (www.personhood.org/vaccines). This announcement comes at a critical time, as vaccine development and other treatments for COVID-19 race forward and as new laws make it more difficult to claim moral and religious exemptions for vaccines that are produced or tested using the remains of aborted human beings.

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