General Overseer’s Devotional Set for Distribution in the Middle East

Church of God Communications in partnership with the Israel Initiative recently announced an historic partnership with Voice of Hope Radio in the Middle East located in Israel. Voice of Hope will air the script reading of “Just a Minute” in the Arabic language.

Just A Minute is a video series featuring General Overseer Tim Hill delivering a 60-second devotional.

Israel Initiative Senior Representative Shawn Baker recently reported, “Israel’s first government sanctioned 50,000-watt Christian radio station is on the air reaching Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Cyprus! This is the only Evangelical Christian radio station in the Middle East and they will carry a Church of God program. Together, we have the opportunity to reach over 40 million Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to give hope and support to millions of Christians living under persecution throughout the Middle East. The majority of Muslims are hearing the message of hope for the very first time. One minute can mean an eternity for the Middle East listener!”

Voice of Hope was founded by John Tayloe and the station’s general manager is Church of God overseer in Israel, Gary Hull.

The following World Missions Project Number has been assigned for directing any gifts toward sponsoring the “Just a Minute” broadcast: #102-4003.

General Overseer, Tim Hill said, “This is one of those rare opportunities to place a Gospel covering over a vast harvest field and reap eternal results in the process. In all of the media ministries I’ve been privileged to partner with through the years, I’ve never seen anything quite like this. I hope Church of God people everywhere will get on board and help financially sponsor this opportunity.” To view a video on the initiative, visit

To sponsor the Israel Initiative and this broadcast opportunity, please contact Church of God World Missions ( To learn more about the ‘Just A Minute’ broadcast and to hear archived programs, visit

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