Our Vision & Purpose
The Church of God is the worldwide, divine institution of believers committed to accepting the whole Bible rightly divided as their rule of faith, practice, government, and discipline, as the Holy Ghost has revealed it in the Scripture. The Church of God is committed to fulfilling the four-fold purpose of Her divine creation. That purpose is, and always will be, to keep and guard the truth, to evangelize the world with the full gospel, to gather God's sheep into one body, and to provide ministry for the perfection of the saints.
We are committed to fulfilling the divine call which is set before us. Although, human reasoning may deem the task too great, by the guidance of the Spirit, the Church will endure and fulfill the commission which Christ has given to Her. The Church's greatest days are just ahead as God fills Her with divine glory. She is gradually moving from glory to glory until She reaches the "...the fulness of Christ..." (Ephesians 4:13). He will grant an anointing and power to take the whole Gospel to the whole world. As His sheepfold, She will serve as the nucleus for the gathering of all of God's sheep. As His building, She will grow into a holy temple and become the habitation of God through His Spirit. As the Bride of Christ, She will put on robes of pure white and be presented to the Lord without spot or wrinkle. She will be holy and without blemish.
Featured from the Library & Resource Center
The Word of God holds the answers to all of life's challenging questions. Within the pages of the Word, you will find counsel, direction, encouragement, and help from the ultimate source of knowledge. The Bible says, "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me" (John 14:6).
Both the Old and New Testaments teach that God desires His people to pay tithes and give offerings.
One of the most destructive heresies is that once people are saved, they cannot lose their salvation.
Water baptism is the act of immersing a person in water. It is a public testimony that the person has accepted Christ.
Restitution is a biblical truth that should be practiced by all Christians. An example of restitution can be found in the life of Zacchaeus.
From the beginning God intended for marriage to be between one man and one woman for better or for worse.
God's Word regarding marriage has been settled in Heaven since the beginning, and the Word is clear that those who compromise His teachings commit sin.
References to "the Kingdom" and "the Church" are often used interchangeably; however, they are two distinct entities.
"...I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh..." is an Old Testament prophecy which saw the beginning of its fulfillment in Acts 2:1-4.