Bible Training Institute (Cleveland, TN)
May 28 - June 9, 2017 at International Offices
Today, the Women's Missionary Band is launching a new Facebook page promote the mission efforts around the world.
In addition to other staff changes, Vicki Smith and Courtney Lewis join us as new employees at General Headquarters.
Haiti braces for landfall of Hurricane Matthew.
Today, the Victory Leaders Band is launching a new Facebook page to connect with youth around the world.
Download copies of this year's auxiliary themes for use in your digital and print publications.
Who is she that looketh forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the sun, and terrible as an army with banners? (Song of Sol. 6:10).
The Church of God, International Offices located in Cleveland, Tennessee is the worldwide headquarters of The Church of God. Our vision and mission is to keep and guard the truth, to evangelize the whole world with the full Gospel, to gather God's sheep into one Body, and to strive for the perfection of the saints.
All people have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, but God has provided a way to be restored to a sinless condition.
The Church of God accepts the whole Bible rightly divided as it has been revealed by the Holy Ghost.
Prayer is the admission of our need and the claiming of dependence upon God. Let us pray with you for your needs!
Because of generous donations, we are able to continue spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ around the world!
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The Church of God was established by Jesus Christ and continues in its mission today to reach the whole world.
Salvation is the greatest experience an individual can have, but what happens after you are saved?
These words of Jesus speak volumes when we consider how far man has removed himself from the will of God regarding the first divine institution – marriage.
References to "the Kingdom" and "the Church" are often used interchangeably; however, they are two distinct entities.