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Let’s talk about the General Council Agenda

Let’s talk about the General Council Agenda

A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE DESK OF THE GENERAL OVERSEER Dr. Tim Hill, General Overseer of the Church of God, has released the latest edition in the “Let’s Talk About It” series.  In the article, he discusses the function and purpose of the General Council Agenda that will be presented during the upcoming General Assembly in Orlando, Florida. Tap the button below to read this insightful and thought... »

NEW Items Added to the 2018 General Assembly AGENDA

NEW Items Added to the 2018 General Assembly AGENDA

The following motions were submitted for consideration to the 2018 General Council. 1.  MOTION 1 – S68 COMPENSATION FOR PASTORS, I. BASIC COMPENSATION 2.  MOTION 2 – S5 INTERNATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, I. SELECTION 3.  MOTION 3 – S3 INTERNATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY, II. PROCEDURE 4.  MOTION 4 – S4 INTERNATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL, III. INTERNATIONAL GENERAL COUNCIL AGENDA 5.  MO... »

General Assembly Agenda: Item 2 (AFFILIATION WITH CHURCH OF GOD)

General Assembly Agenda: Item 2 (AFFILIATION WITH CHURCH OF GOD)

This comment was written by Bishop Nick Park and pretty much passed in 2012, but is still worth reading through. Full text of accepted changed could be found on p. 140 of the Church of God 2012 Minutes.  In 2012 Bishop Park wrote: Here’s another motion that will be debated at the Church of God General Assembly in Orlando next week. 2. AFFILIATION WITH CHURCH OF GOD We recommend: That we amend page... »

Church of God General Assembly 2018 Agenda: Actualization of a Global Context of Ministry

Church of God General Assembly 2018 Agenda: Actualization of a Global Context of Ministry

RATIONALE: The Church of God identifies itself as an international church in its scope, operation, and ministry (page 45, International General Assembly Minutes of the 76th International General Assembly). For this to be more than just words, we must practically contextualize this concept. The gifts of the Spirit and their operation in the church are not limited by national boundaries or cultural ... »