Letter to the Brethren: March 19, 2020

Dear Brethren and Co-Workers in Christ: Greetings from the Five Cities region of California. It has been a strange week around much of the world because of steps taken because of concerns associated with the coronavirus now called COVID-19. COVID-19 Because of fear of spreading COVID-19, the Five Cities school …

Exodus 37-40: Finishing the Work

Artist’s conception of Jewish high priest (Wikipedia) The Continuing Church of God is pleased to announce this sermon from its ContinuingCOG channel: 1:00:18 Exodus 37-40: Finishing the Work This sermon is final one in a series covering each and every verse of the Book of Exodus. In this sermon, Dr. Thiel begins with the first …

Why Holy Day Offerings?

This is a slightly updated version of an article originally by WCG evangelist Leroy Neff that was published in the old Good News magazine in September 1983. Why offerings on Holy Days? Are offerings required of everyone or are they voluntary? How large should they be? Churches obtain financial support …

Letter to the Brethren: March 12, 2020

Dear Brethren and Co-Workers in Christ: Greetings from the Five Cities region of California. Church Fast? Last week I had considered calling for a church-wide fast related to the situation in Haiti and various other prayer requests and health issues of various members. Other than the Day of Atonement, where …

Exodus 33-36: Moses Shown and You Should Too

Model of the tabernacle in Timna Valley Park, Israel (Photo by Ruk7, Wikipedia) The Continuing Church of God is pleased to announce this sermon from its ContinuingCOG channel: 1:12:29 Exodus 33-36: Moses Shown and You Should Too This sermon is part of a series covering each and every verse of the Book of Exodus. After …

Letter to the Brethren: March 5, 2020

Dear Brethren and Co-Workers in Christ: Greetings from Grover Beach, California. Some have asked about Vince Patterson of the UK. Here is something that his wife sent elder Sasha Veljic this week: Vince Patterson, has a brain haemorrhage and is in a care home. Vince is stable, still in need …