Members of the Philadelphia Church of God are celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles from October 14-20, then the Last Great Day on October 21, at festival sites around the world. Listen as host Grant Turgeon interviews festival department manager Jason Cocomise about the extensive preparation his crew oversaw all year long to ensure that God’s people may rejoice at His Feast.
The world today is more dangerous than ever physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. To stay positive and hope-filled despite the bombardment of negativity all around you, it is necessary to bombard yourself with positivity. Learn how to erect a powerful spiritual force field around your mind and home.
Members of the Philadelphia Church of God are currently in the midst of observing the Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, the Feast of Tabernacles, and the Last Great Day. These holy days picture future events that will transform the Earth and the universe. But none of this would be possible without God’s loving government. During the holy days, we prepare to receive authority within God’s imminent world-ruling government structure. We learn how to use authority to love, give, and serve. To fulfill the meaning of these days in the future, we will have to love, give, and serve. In God’s Work today, we have the opportunity to love, give, and serve.
God’s Work is pushed forward by extremely hard workers. Learn from the examples of some of these unselfish men and women. Understand why it’s essential for God’s Work to be challenging and strenuous.
Philadelphia Church of God Pastor General Gerald Flurry upholds a righteous standard within the one true Church. God’s loyal people follow him as he follows Jesus Christ. Listen as host Grant Turgeon describes lessons he has learned from God’s apostle through two years as his personal assistant, seven years as his travel companion, and a lifetime as his grandson.
The supporters of God’s Work have a chance to live a life of nonstop service. Learn how to serve to the fullest, how to rejoice in service, and how you will be rewarded for serving.
Is it needlessly extravagant for God’s Work to purchase large properties and quality equipment? Is it grotesquely vain for God’s servants to cultivate visually attractive assets? Understand how upholding such a high physical standard pleases the great God.
Why do you care about billions of people you have never met? Why should it matter to you if they heed God’s warning message? In order to effectively support God’s Work, it’s imperative that you have the right motivation.
Herbert W. Armstrong College students commenced another academic year last week. Hear from HWAC chancellor Gerald Flurry and from the brother of the host. Understand what makes this educational institution vastly different from any other in the entire world. Learn how Armstrong graduates are well-equipped for success in the real world—how they are prepared not just to make a living, but to really live life to the fullest.
God’s Work consists of two main commissions: warning the world and feeding the flock. The Philadelphia Church of God’s K-12 school, Imperial Academy, is crucial to fulfilling the second commission. Learn why this institution has become necessary when once it was considered a non-essential function of the Work. Discover the staggering benefits reaped by God’s young people at Imperial Academy.