Fall 2019 Engage Journal Released

The Fall 2019 issue of Church of God Engage has been released and available digitally at www.cogengage.org

The journal for ministers, church and lay leaders, offers a variety of articles for those working in ministry on a regular basis. Different than Church of God Evangel, Engage offers practical ministry ideas and resources, as well as items for the local church to implement. In addition, advertisements throughout the publication are provided by the departments and ministries of the Church of God.

This issue continues the series, “Let’s Talk About It,” by General Overseer Tim Hill where he addresses the topic of the Jeremiah Generation. The Doctrine and Polity papers, a series of articles that address some of the Church of God’s core values, continues in this issue with a scriptural analysis on women in church leadership positions, written by Dr. Terry Cross of the School of Religion at Lee University. The topic is one that has been discussed during the Global Ministry Forums held around the world this year.

Special features include articles that focus on the Spanish and Latino influence in America today. Long-time Christian education minister Hubert Seals addresses the annual dilemma in the local church of re-engaging congregations in the fall after the summer break. Local pastor and member of the International Executive Council Travis Johnson submitted an article about the changing technologies and social media challenges for the Church.

One article addresses how pastors and ministry leaders can recognize when it may be time to move on from a ministry position. Along with the recurring section which looks back at the last four months of Church of God happenings as reported on Faith News Network, this issue includes a ten year assessment of the transition of Teen Talent from the General Assembly to Lee University.

Published three times a year, Engage is emailed directly to ministers, pastors, staff and leaders in the Church of God. It is then made available to anyone simply through logging into the website www.cogengage.orgwww.cogengage.orgwww.cogengage.org. On the site, the publication may be viewed in a convenient PDF format. There are also archived copies of the publication going back several years.

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