Behind the Work

Hosted by Grant Turgeon

God’s Work today is backed by a spiritual family of approximately 5,000 Philadelphia Church of God members and many more thousands of co-workers. The primary focus of a true Christian’s life is to contribute to the Work in any way possible, in the process preparing to teach the entire world in the near future. Tune in each Monday at 12 p.m. Central time for a behind-the-scenes look at the vibrant and exciting Work of the living God through interviews, feature stories, updates and statistical rundowns. With the help of the Autobiography of Herbert W. Armstrong, you will also learn how the Work of God today relates to the spectacular, miraculous, five-decade work of the end-time Elijah.

#116: The Straight and Narrow

Aired Monday, November 29, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CST   ·   25 minutes

Few there be that find the way to life. You may be one of them.

#115: My Top Five

Aired Monday, November 22, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CST   ·   27 minutes

Listen as host Grant Turgeon lists the top five things he’s thankful for about God’s Work.

#114: Fasting and Miracles

Aired Monday, November 15, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CST   ·   26 minutes

Supporters of the Philadelphia Church of God will be fasting on November 21 for open doors to Jerusalem. Does fasting actually work?

#113: Teaching a Teacher

Aired Monday, November 8, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CST   ·   21 minutes

God’s Work delivers a message of hope to mankind. But in a world of darkness and misery, where does that hope come from? How can you build a living hope?

#112: A Concert Series Like No Other

Aired Monday, October 25, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CDT   ·   27 minutes

The 23rd season of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation concert series here in Edmond, Oklahoma, starts on October 27 with the Brazilian All Stars. Learn why God’s Work prioritizes hosting a concert series.

#111: No Soliciting!

Aired Monday, September 13, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CDT   ·   29 minutes

Learn why God’s Work never presents the truth to those unwilling to hear it. The reason relates directly to the best feast ever, God’s annual Feast of Tabernacles.

#110: Learning Love Through Suffering

Aired Monday, September 6, 2021   ·   09:00 AM CDT   ·   23 minutes

Fyodor Dostoevsky learned how to love his Russian countrymen by suffering alongside them for four years in a Siberian labor camp. Discover the inspiring parallel between his hard experience and your trials.

#109: Rich Man, Poor Man

Aired Monday, August 30, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CDT   ·   25 minutes

One man in this end time was made poor so you could be rich.

#108: Into the Roots

Aired Monday, August 23, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CDT   ·   30 minutes

How did the Philadelphia Church of God become what it is today? The answer stretches back literally countless years ago!

#107: Toughness in Education

Aired Monday, August 16, 2021   ·   12:00 PM CDT   ·   25 minutes

Society is soft, and minds have become lazy. Learn why being educated God’s way requires toughness.