Historic Romanian Congregation Celebrates 50 Years

Chicago, Ill.– Philadelphia Romanian Church of God, Chicago, was founded in 1973 by pastor George W. Galis with a group of 35 people of Romanian immigrants. This weekend, the congregation will celebrate their 50th anniversary.

National Ministry Has Prayer Emails Blocked by Key Providers

On October 10, 2023, several large email providers began blocking or severely restricting delivery of email messages from The Presidential Prayer Team to its subscribed members.

Ministries Launch Free Evangelism Master Class

In the wake of outreach momentum created by the He Gets Us movement, Kevin Palau and missiologist Ed Stetzer saw a strategic opportunity to galvanize the Church.

Lee University’s Alpha Gamma Chi Sets World Record

Cleveland, TN—Alpha Gamma Chi, a men’s social service club at Lee University, completed 120 hours of continuous play of a softball game to set a new world record. Incorporating their fall break at Lee, the group completed the marathon game between October 12-17.

$5M Tithe Refund Case Could Lead to Litany of Lawsuits

An influential California businessman has sued to get back more than $5 million in tithes he donated over 20 years to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His case could have far-reaching implications for Christian churches and other religious organizations that rely on financial donations from members.

Making Sermons Become Bold Christian Apparel

In the ever-evolving landscape of ministry, churches are now transforming helpful sermon titles or points into Christian apparel to reach unengaged audiences.

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