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Doctrine and Polity Committee Releases Latest Paper

Category: Church of God News

Members of the Church of God Doctrine and Polity Committee have released the latest paper in the series. The topic is “Headship and Women in Leadership – Part I.”

‘The Return’ National Day of Prayer and Repentance on September 26

Category: Events and Happenings

Thousands of pastors, Christian leaders and believers are preparing to attend the “The Return: National and Global Day of Prayer and Repentance.” The event is being called “an invitation to all Americans to turn from sin back to God through prayer and repentance.”

RecoverySunday.com Offers Hope to Christian Drug Addicts

Category: Events and Happenings

RecoverySunday.com is this Sunday, September 27th, offering hope to Christian drug addicts.

Women’s Ministries Conducts Virtual Awards Ceremony

Category: Church of God News

In a year where events and history appear to be dictated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Church of God Women’s Ministries celebrated a highly successful two year period of activities and support for an international project.

California Church Celebrates Nearly 1,000 People Baptized on Beach During ‘Spiritual Revival’

Category: Current Events

One California church is rejoicing over the record number of baptisms that took place on September 12.

Millions of Widows in ‘Crisis of Survival’ Says Gospel for Asia

Category: Global News and Ministry

One of the world’s biggest poverty-alleviating organizations spotlights the huge “uphill battle” facing many of the world’s 258 million widows in a just-released report.

Virtual Leadership Conference Held

Category: Church of God News

Cleveland, TN—The technology of Zoom brought state and regional overseers, youth directors, and international offices leaders together for the biennial Leadership Conference. Many state offices joined the online conference as groups, including members of their office staffs.

Pastor Treks 800-Mile Trail to Raise Funds for Abandoned Mothers and Children

Category: People in the News

Approximately 7,000 abandoned mothers and children remain in Colorado City after the leader of their polygamous sect, Warren Jeffs, was sentenced to life plus 20 years in 2007 for his child bride sexual abuse with some victims as young as 12 years of age.

WQAD Issues Correction Made Against Christkindl.LIVE

Category: Latest Trends

The Quad Cities’ news organization WQAD recently published an article clarifying incorrect information they had previously published based on fabricated claims from Sarah Mullins (board member of The Davenport Freight House Farmers’ Market), with regard to Christkindl LIVE – the 1st online virtual Christkindl market in the U.S.


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