Bob Moss will soon become an off-site employee with Church of God Ministries. As he assumes the lead pastor role at Hope Community Church in Niles, Michigan, he will continue his responsibilities with Project Imagine and serve as a field representative and cabinet-level leader of Church of God Ministries, working to achieve functional unity within the Movement. Continue reading
Bikers gearing up for a ride at Owingsville First Church.
By Carl Stagner
The Church of God movement is known for making Jesus the subject—looking past ethnic and cultural differences for the Lord’s sake. Recognizing that the call to ministry doesn’t distinguish between male and female, and reaching our hands in fellowship to every blood-washed one—regardless of color of skin, or name over the church doors, for example—the Church of God has placed a premium on unity, holiness, and the mission of reaching anyone and everyone with the gospel. It should be no surprise then, that over recent decades Church of God congregations across the country have developed motorcycle ministries that really make a difference. Often stereotyped and frequently feared by a four-wheeled society, the distinct culture and community of bikers has proved a field ready for harvest in the Church of God. Continue reading
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