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Youth & Discipleship Hosts Successful Winterfest Weekend

Category: Church of God News

After Church of God Winterfest was cancelled in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a creative approach was needed to continue the vision of the event. Knowing the impact this event had on the lives of so many young people over its more than 35 years, an innovative way was developed to assure Winterfest could take place in 2021. Bringing the event to the Smokies Stadium in Kodak, Tennessee became the answer.

New Christian Song for Kids Tackles Issues of Identity, Self-Esteem

Category: Discipleship & Evangelism

Created by the family who produced America’s first Christian children’s album to sell 1 million copies, “Stars and Dots” is now available on all digital platforms.

Group Launches ‘My Heart Beats Just Like Yours’ Campaign

Category: Ministries and Organizations

Priests for Life today launched a new campaign to highlight the humanity of children in the womb.

Hill Releases New “Let’s Talk About It”

Category: Church of God News

In the on-going series, “Let’s Talk About It,” Church of God General Overseer Timothy M. Hill has released his latest topic, “Why I Enjoy Sunday Church Visits.”

Group Calls for ‘Eleventh Hour’ Prayer Amid ‘Tsunami of COVID Suffering’

Category: Ministries and Organizations

A major humanitarian agency is calling for “eleventh hour” prayer as India suffers a devastating second wave of COVID-19 — and the world faces a growing number of deadly new variants.

For Millions of Arab Children, Remote Learning Represents Survival

Category: Ministries and Organizations

While many American parents see the past year’s remote learning as a source of their children’s depression and academic shortfalls, satellite TV lessons from SAT-7, a unique Christian media ministry, are providing a critical education for millions of students in war-torn nations in the Middle East and North Africa.

Doctrine and Polity Committee Posts Latest Topic

Category: Church of God News

The Church of God Doctrine and Polity Committee has released the latest in its series of documents that address contemporary, cultural, and theological issues. The latest topic to be addressed deals with the implications of the act of suicide.

‘Bless Your Pastor’ Tour to Address Challenges for Pastors, Churches

Category: Ministries and Organizations

As part of the National Association of Evangelicals’ (NAE) Financial Health initiative, Brian Kluth, national spokesperson, will travel to over 100 cities across America on the Bless Your Pastor Tour to encourage greater financial health and generosity of churches and pastors.

America’s First Inauguration to be Celebrated

Category: Events and Happenings

Reverend Merrie Turner, hostess of the “Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast” stated, “We celebrate this providential date of April 30 of the first Inauguration of an American President, when George Washington was elected as Commander in Chief of the United States of America at Federal Hall in New York City in 1789.”

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