Next General Assembly Set for Indianapolis

In less than two years, the Church of God is headed to the beautiful midwestern city of Indianapolis, Indiana for the 79th International General Assembly in 2024.

CT CityFest Set for August 27 and 28

Bridgeport, CT–More than 175 churches, organizations, and businesses throughout Southwest Connecticut have come together to throw a party for the region. They’re calling it CT CityFest with Andrew Palau. With a special emphasis on unity, hope, and good news, the free two-day festival will be held August 27-28, at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, Connecticut (1 Barnum Dyke, Bridgeport, CT 06604).

Injunction, Court Order Against Church Reversed

San Jose, CA–The County of Santa Clara and Health Officer Sarah Cody, through County Counsel James Williams, obtained a temporary restraining order and injunction in November 2020 against Calvary Chapel San Jose, Pastor Mike McClure, and Pastor Carson Atherly for violating the Covid-19 health orders that restricted church services, required masks and the submission to the county of a Covid-19 Social Distancing Protocol.

Junior Talent Showcases Diversity of Church of God Youth

For the second time at a Church of God General Assembly, young talent was on display, on the stage, on canvases, and on tables as Church of God young people between the ages of 7-12 participated in Junior Talent last month at the 78th International General Assembly in San Antonio, Texas.

New Book: Connecting with Disconnected Youth

In recent months we have been riveted by violent outbursts among our youth. We have witnessed random mass shootings carried out by young assailants as well as alarming rates of suicide among teenagers.

GFA World ‘Bites Back’ at ‘Earth’s Deadliest Creature’

It’s the world’s deadliest creature — and it’s probably hovering near your home.

Page Fills Ministry Role with Division of Education

Cleveland, TN–Dr. Dennis Page, most recently the administrative bishop for Eastern North Carolina, has accepted a post at the International Offices with Ministerial Development and the Division of Education. Page officially joined the staff earlier this week on Monday, August 15, 2022.

New App Connects Believers with Persecuted Christians

A new mobile prayer app developed by Christian persecution watchdog, Open Doors USA, gives users the ability to connect with persecuted Christians suffering for their faith. Available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, the Open Doors Prayer App was created to help strengthen and support Christian communities facing high levels of persecution with prayer and encouragement.

California Appeals Court Rejects COVID-19 Fines for Church

A California church that defied safety regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic by holding large religious services won’t have to pay about $200,000 in fines, a state appeals court ruled.

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