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Voices of Lee Brings Home Three A Cappella Awards

Category: Church of God News

The Lee University A Cappella ensemble Voices of Lee received three awards at the 2018 A Cappella Award ceremony, held in Nashville, Tennessee, this past Saturday.

20 Evangelical Pastors Among the 110 Killed in Cuba Plane Crash

Category: People in the News

Ten evangelical pastoral couples were killed when a plane crash shortly after takeoff in Cuba Friday.

Irish Voters Could Repeal Pro-Life Amendment

Category: Global News and Ministry

Irish voters will decide this week whether to repeal the Eighth amendment to their constitution, which protects the right to life of both a mother and her unborn child. If it falls, as polling suggests it might, some fear it could open the way to abortion on demand.

Daffe Has Book On Worship Published

Category: Church of God News

Dr. Jerald Daffe, professor of pastoral studies at Lee University, recently had his newest book, “The Worship God Wants: Showtime, My Time or His Time,” published by Pathway Press.

As Lava Overtakes Hawaii’s Big Island, Residents Cling to Psalm 129

Category: USA National News

Crisis-trained Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains are on Hawaii’s Big Island to offer emotional and spiritual care to residents who have been displaced by eruptions from the Kilauea volcano.

7,000 Christians Forced to Flee Their Homes in ‘Slow Genocide’

Category: The Persecuted Church

Escalating violence in Myanmar has left almost 7,000 Christians without homes.

Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries Looking to Expand On-Site & Online

Category: Church of God News

The Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries in the Philippines has entered into a noticeable time of renewal and expansion.

Franklin Graham Issues Urgent Worldwide Call to Prayer

Category: Global News and Ministry

Evangelist Franklin Graham issued an urgent worldwide call to prayer after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatened to cancel his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.

California Judge Tosses Out Assisted Suicide Statute

Category: USA National News

A California judge on Tuesday overturned the state’s physician-assisted suicide statute, ruling that lawmakers did not have the authority to pass it during a special session convened to take up healthcare legislation.

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