Lee University Commemorates Dual Anniversaries

Cleveland, TN—An intimate gathering of church, community, and Lee University representatives gathered on the Lee campus on October 19 to mark both 25 years of university status and 75 years since the school’s return to Cleveland, Tennessee.

‘The Chosen’ Actor Reveals How She Found The Love Of Jesus Through Series

Elizabeth Tabish, who plays Mary Magdalene in ‘The Chosen’ series shares her story of finding and experiencing the Love of Jesus through the series.

Parental Rights Amendment Introduced in Congress

Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ) today introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives an amendment to the United States Constitution. The Amendment would enshrine the traditional liberty of parents to direct a child’s upbringing, education, and care as a fundamental right.

Reformation Sunday Offering Honors Retired Ministers and Widows

Sunday, October 30 is Reformation Sunday, the time when the Church of God takes seriously the mandate of Malachi chapter 4 and turns their hearts to the fathers and mothers of our movement…our retired ministers and widows.

Amid Recession Fears, Americans Expected to Step Up Charitable Giving

Americans are “very pessimistic” about the economy, but the nation’s nonprofit organizations look set to ride out the storm as donors focus on the greater good, a new nationwide research study suggests.

U.S. Charity Aims to Bring Hope to 60,000 Children, Orphans in Ukraine, Russia This Christmas

A U.S.-based Christian charity is ramping up its efforts to bring hope to more than 60,000 children and orphans across Ukraine, Russia and the former Soviet Union this Christmas – 10,000 more children than last year.

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