It is easy to think of our people either being for us or against us. However, the reality is, most often our people are neither for us or against us—they are neutral. Who they are for, is themselves.

American composer and lyricist Irving Berlin wrote the famous Christmas song, “White Christmas.” Berlin also wrote another song, “I’ve Got Plenty to Be Thankful For.” Having just celebrated Thanksgiving,

 From the Exodus of Egypt, God has called His people to worship corporately in His presence. One of the most familiar corporate worship settings is the camp meeting. Church of God people since the early 1900’s have worshiped in camp meetings and state assemblies.

Recently a friend of mine used this line, “Summer is yawning.” I like that line. Already I too see “summer yawning,’ and fall is beginning to wake up. The changing of seasons is common not only in the natural but also in the spiritual. In all of our lives,

 Easter has been called the “Super Bowl of Church Attendance.” In all likelihood Easter is the most attended Sunday of the church year for United States churches according to LifeWay Research. In 2012 LifeWay conducted a study with 1000 Protestant pastors for the three highest attended....

We Believe

Description of Faith

Description of Faith

on 05 January 2017 in Beliefs

The Church of God was founded in 1886 upon the principles of Christ as they are revealed in the Bible, the ...

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Doctrinal Commitments

Doctrinal Commitments

on 05 January 2017 in Beliefs

The following Doctrinal Commitments represent the core beliefs of the denomination as outlined in Scripture:

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Declaration of Faith

Declaration of Faith

on 05 January 2017 in Beliefs

The Church of God believes the whole Bible to be completely and equally inspired and that it is the written ...

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From the Desk of Bishop David Kemp

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Engage Magazine

ENGAGE is a quarterly journal for pastors and the staff of a local church.

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NCRCOG Newsletter

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NCRCOG Newsletter

Take time to read the North Central Region Newsletter and stay informed!

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