Tag: 2016

Throwback Thursday: Use of the Term “Bishop” for State/Regional/National or International Offices: Discussion on Church of God General Assembly, Nashville 2016 Agenda

Currently, the item is under referral for further study to be presented as a report at next assembly. Apart from its historical usage in the tradition and current IRS church related rulings, the item relates to the following issues currently in discussion as presented to the International General Council in four year increments: Titles for all Ranks of Ministry  (as related to current Item 10) Qualifications of Ministry (as related to current Item 11) Women in Ministry (as related to current Item […]

Throwback Thursday: Ordaining Women Bishops to the Ministry – A Discussion on Church of God General Assembly, Nashville 2016

Church of God General Assembly, Nashville 2016 “….all ordained ministers 25 years of age and older and ordained bishops…” Rationale: “This motion seeks to affirm the value of a new generation of ministers by giving them voice and vote in shaping the future mission, vision, and core values of the Church of God. It also expands the International General Council to include ordained women, whose anointed insights and spiritual discernment are much needed in addressing the growing complexity […]

2016 General Assembly Minutes NOW AVAILABLE

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2016 Church of God General Assembly Minutes

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Due to the number of changes in the Minutes effected by the 2016 General Assembly, every pastor, treasurer, and minister needs a copy of the Minutes to be aware of, and remain current, on the polity of the church. All rulings of the Church of God General Assemblies, 1906 through 2016, still in effect, are contained in the 2016 book of Minutes.

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Holiness In The Letters Of Paul (Paperback)

Save 20% on this new release from Pentecostal Theological Seminary Professor of Greek and New Testament, Dr. J. Ayodeji Adewuya! Paul’s understanding of holiness stems from the holiness of God as revealed in the Old Testament. Using varied terminology, Paul describes the holiness that should characterize the believers as the people of God. God expects moral integrity of his people, because he has provided believers with his Holy Spirit to enable them to live exemplary, Christlike lives in this present world, though polluted, as they prepare for the world to come. Believers, who, like Paul, anticipate the Parousia, must not only desire but also pray that holiness becomes a reality in their lives, cognizant of the fact that holiness is a matter of practice, not merely a status that one attains upon justification. Thus, holiness is an imperative for the people of God.

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