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Griffis Visits Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico

Category: Church of God News

Dr. David M. Griffis, director of Church of God World Missions, made a special trip to Puerto Rico recently. He and a World Missions team saw the progress made from the destruction of Hurricane Maria.

50,000 Petitioners: ‘Abortion is a Crime Against Humanity’

Category: Lifestyle & Culture

The Moral Outcry Project, through its founder, Melinda Thybault, and The Justice Foundation filed their first Supreme Court Amicus brief including over 50,000 signers of The Moral Outcry Petition, in Case No. 17-689, Andrew March v. Janet T. Mills, as Attorney General of Maine, et al. The issue in this first case for The Moral Outcry is whether a preacher should be allowed freedom of speech to preach against abortion on a sidewalk outside the abortion facility.

ACLJ Takes Down Landlord Who Persecuted Woman for Bible Verse

Category: The Persecuted Church

Imagine you live in an apartment complex. You are surrounded by tenants who have door decorations displayed for the holidays, and you have chosen to display a Bible verse on your front door.

Third ‘Doctrine and Polity’ Paper Released

Category: Church of God News

Members of the Church of God Doctrine and Polity (D&P) Committee have released a paper with extensive research on the evolving role of the Church and church attendance.

Christianity and the Message of ‘Star Wars’

Category: Opinion & Commentary

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well, actually it was 40 years ago in a crowded theater in suburban Atlanta) I saw Star Wars. It was 1977. I was a 19-year-old college student. I was totally wowed. Connecting a Community Through Faith

Category: Ministry Resources, a faith-based website, has recently launched a redesign of its site and added a dynamic new web app. The site is dedicated to inspiring a community of believers to pursue and reflect God in everyday life.

Founder of MWOA, PCL Bob Pace Passes Away

Category: Church of God News

Robert D. (Bob) Pace, Sr., who founded both Men and Women of Action and People for Care and Learning, passed away on Sunday, December 10, 2017.

US Senate Chaplain Pursues God’s Power on Capitol Hill

Category: People in the News

While members of Congress serve in Washington away from home, it’s the full-time jobs of the House and Senate chaplains to minister to them.

More Than 800,000 Christians Crying Out to God for This Miracle

Category: Global News and Ministry

A petition signed by more than 800,000 people will be presented at the United Nations in New York today (Dec. 12), calling for the protection of Christians and other minorities in Iraq and Syria, and recognition of the key role faith leaders can play in rebuilding efforts post-Islamic State.

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