By Lane Webb
God’s Warehouse in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is a ministry, placed in the heart of a red-light district, that looks to inspire change for the less-fortunate through acts of Christlike love. This nonprofit organization has been responsible for transforming the lives of the homeless community by providing limitless compassion for each person in need of their help. Continue reading
Posted in All Church of God, Western
Tagged Albuquerque, Charles Aragon, Chuck Aragon, city, clothing ministry, community, food pantry, God's Warehouse, homeless, hunger, Michael Romero, New Beginnings Church of God, New Mexico, NM, parachurch, Richard Mansfield, street ministry, urban, urban ministry, urban missions
Prayer for New Mexico’s Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez.
By Carl Stagner
All 33 counties in New Mexico are covered. Ninety churches are participating, representing 26 cities. With Jesus as the subject, numerous denominations are represented. They’ve come together in a movement devoted to prayer, a movement which has overtaken the state. From the halls of government, to the classroom, to the streets, this prayer movement has already been proven powerful and effective. For 24 hours a day, every day, 365 days a year, they’ve set out to cover the state in prayer until Jesus comes back. One of the co-founders of what’s been dubbed “New Mexico Prays” is Richard Mansfield, senior pastor of New Beginnings Church of God in Albuquerque. Continue reading
Posted in All Church of God, Give Life, Western
Tagged abortion, Albuquerque, America Prays, Brian Alarid, community, country, drug abuse, economy, education, government, governor, intercession, Jesus Is the Subject, lieutenant governor, local, nation, national, New Beginnings Church of God, New Mexico, New Mexico Prays, NM, participation, politics, prayer, prayer movement, prayer points, racial reconciliation, revival, Richard Mansfield, schools, Southwest, state, transformation, unity, violence, witchcraft
CHOG Albuquerque team members unloading material in Texas.
By Carl Stagner
Pastor Greg Smith lived in Houston, Texas, from 2010 to 2013, where attended First Church of God. Over those three years, he got to know Texas pastors Tim Gould, Jim Fiertag, and Tim West. During that period, he also worked on a Homeland Security grant, and was a part of a three-person team that wrote the Mass Fatality Incident Response Plan for the city of Houston and thirteen surrounding counties. Though he now lives in Pennsylvania and pastors First Church of God in Punxsutawney, the Hurricane Harvey disaster hit home for Greg. It should come as no surprise that Greg’s church would respond. But what he might not have expected was the incredible show of support from a dozen churches across Western Pennsylvania. Continue reading
Posted in All Church of God, Central, Disaster Relief, Northeast
Tagged aid, Albuquerque, better together, cooperation, crisis, Disaster Relief, First Church of God, Greg Smith, Houston, Hurricane Harvey, New Beginnings Church of God, New Mexico, NM, PA, Pennsylvania, Punxsutawney, rebuilding, supplies, Texas, truck, TX, unity, Western Pennsylvania, working together