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Conn Named to Inaugural Class of TICUA Hall of Fame

Category: Church of God News

Cleveland, TN–Dr. Paul Conn, Lee University chancellor, was recently inducted into the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association’s (TICUA) Hall of Fame, which aims to honor distinguished alumni from TICUA institutions while highlighting their contributions to the state, nation, and world.

Group to Hold Prayer Vigil at D.C. Chinese Embassy

Category: Events and Happenings

Human rights activists, in support of Hong Kong, to hold prayer vigil and peaceful civil disobedience on Friday, November 20, 12:00 PM at the Chinese Embassy at 3505 International Place N.W., in Washington, DC.

Star Bails on Anti-Trafficking Charity Over False Claims

Category: The Persecuted Church

Hollywood star Melissa McCarthy gave into her critics late last week, pulling her support from Exodus Cry, a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

‘Arise!’ Music Conference Set for March

Category: Church of God News

The Church of God International Offices, Spirit Sound Music Group, and Westmore Church of God are co-sponsoring a conference for worship leaders, pastors, musicians and creative art teams. The date is March 4-6, 2021 at Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tenn.

Don’t Put A Lid on the Holy Spirit

Category: Opinion & Commentary

Last month a pastor named Antione Ashley invited me to speak in his church in Deland, Florida, near Orlando. Ashley is only 33, but he has seen the Holy Spirit move powerfully in the past few years. When he began leading Arise Church two years ago, he made it clear that he wouldn’t apologize for the gifts of the Holy Spirit.

Kansas Middle School Ends Operation Christmas Child After Atheist Complaint

Category: The Persecuted Church

A Kansas middle school has decided to stop its participation in a popular Christmas program that collects toys, school supplies, and hygiene products for needy children after an atheist organization told the school such an effort was unconstitutional.

Liberty Middle School located in Pratt, Kansas was to participate in Operation Christmas Child, an annual program of the Christian nonprofit Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief agency led by Franklin Graham. The shoeboxes are filled with gifts and distributed by the charity to children around the world. In addition to the gifts, they receive a small booklet that tells of the gospel message of Jesus Christ.

Earlier this month, the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) notified the superintendent of the Pratt school district that a concerned staff member complained to them about the middle school’s Christmas project.

Five Lee Alumni Win Dove Awards

Category: Church of God News

Cleveland, TN–Five Lee University alumni were recently named 2020 Dove Award winners.

What Does the Bible Say About Santa Claus?

Category: Opinion & Commentary

With the Christmas season upon us, Jim Denison, co-founder of Denison Forum, pastor, author and digital-ministry leader, offers surprising insight on Christmas traditions and Santa Claus.

Prayer Outcry for U.S. Election Breaks 2 Million

Category: Events and Happenings

An unbreakable chain of prayer has been surrounding the nation’s election for the last several weeks as part of IPrayRadio.org. In that time, The Presidential Prayer Team captured and shared member prayers allowing anyone to listen and pray along. These prayers have surpassed two million listens as the people of America, and, indeed around the globe, have poured out their hearts to God on behalf of the nation and its leaders.


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