Winter 2022 Issue of Engage Journal Now Live

The Winter 2022 issue of Church of God Engage has been released and is available digitally at

The journal for ministers, church and lay leaders, offers a variety of articles for those working or volunteering in church ministry. Engage offers practical ministry ideas, recommendations, 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 and include live links to websites of advertisers.

Featured articles in this issue include a feature on the continued debate and reality of the emergence of online services as mainstream in today’s churches. There is complete hotel and registration information for learning about the upcoming International General Assembly set for July 25-29, 2022. The newly renovated chapel at the International Offices has been upgraded to the David C. Blair Global Prayer and Training Center. And a report of a new survey that reveals Evangelicals account for a higher share of practicing Christians than their mainline counterparts. General Overseer Tim Hill continues the series, “Let’s Talk About It,” with an entry entitled, “Fighting the War for Your Family.”

The Doctrine and Polity papers, a series of articles that addresses the Church of God’s core values, continues in this issue with a timely addressing of unity and diversity in the church today. The article is written by Dr. Ayodeji Adewuya, a faculty member at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary.

Recurring sections include a column penned by Church of God Legal Counsel Dennis Watkins who continues an assessment of whether or not to take the Covid vaccine. President and CEO of the Benefits Board Art Rhodes talks about having an accountable reimbursement plan for ministerial expenses.

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 through logging into the website 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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