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Discipleship – One of the Greatest Needs in the Church

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introducing
 Relational Discipleship

By Randy ballard
A Thirty-Six Week Plan for Small Group Discipleship in the Local Church
Many people have made the decision of trusting Christ as their Savior. However, few go on to become committed followers and disciples of Christ with a foundation built upon the word of God. It is the purpose of Relational Discipleship to create a culture of discipleship in the local church producing mature and fruitful disciples of Jesus Christ.
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Dr. Timothy M. Hill
General Overseer, Church of God
“Randy L. Ballard has the edge on leadership development, church planting, and discipleship training. For years, he has developed the tools needed for accomplishing these avenues and his recent book, “Relational Discipleship Series,” enhances the process even more effectively. Randy’s printed work is a masterful resource for any leader who desires to achieve a more productive ministry for the Kingdom of God.”

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Women in Ministry featured at Dixon Pentecostal Research Center

“Celebrating Women in the Harvest” is the theme for the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center’s Drop-in and Discover event on Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. “Women have always been a significant part of Church of God ministry,” according to Church of God historian David Roebuck. “This event will provide an opportunity for visitors to learn…

Fathers of the Faith: A.J. Tomlinson published Samson’s Foxes in Culberson, N.C. (1901-1902)

Samson’s Foxes published by Rev. A.J. Tomlinson in Culberson, N.C. (January, 1901) Samson’s Foxes published by Rev. A.J. Tomlinson in Culberson, N.C. (April, 1901) Samson’s Foxes published by Rev. A.J. Tomlinson in Culberson, N.C. (August, 1901) Samson’s Foxes published by Rev. A.J. Tomlinson in Culberson, N.C. (September, 1901) Samson’s Foxes published by Rev. A.J. Tomlinson…

Dr. French L. Arrington: The Bible and Alcoholic Beverages

BEER, WINE, AND LIQUORS: TOTAL ABSTINENCE  Historically, the Church of God has been committed to sanctification and holiness (uncompromised devotion to God) and has maintained that the Bible strongly prohibits the use of beer, wine, and liquors. An early doctrinal statement of the church’s teaching urges “total abstinence from all liquor and strong drink” (Church…