Church of God Teen Talent 2021 Projected for August at Lee University
In an intentional effort to highlight and invest in the “Jeremiah Generation,” the Church of God Youth & Discipleship Department plans to host the International Teen Talent Competition and Awards Festival, August 2-6, 2021 at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn.
Fighting Homelessness and Addiction to Find Spiritual Peace
Mike Smith officially announced the release of his deeply moving memoir, “The Gutter Gospel” – a raw and personal account of one soldier’s deep-dive into the depths of mental illness and despair, addiction and avoidance, to navigate through the terrible purgatory of hopeless isolation.
Author Shares Story of Daughter’s Cancer in ‘Not My Plans’
With bright eyes and a mop of dark brown hair, pint-sized Natalie Yokeley carried wisdom, empathy, faith and earnestness beyond her years. Natalie was just 12-years-old when she was diagnosed with inoperable spinal cord cancer in 2008. Only nine months later, barely a teenager, her earthly journey came to an end.
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