The Philadelphia Church of God and a generation of growth.
1989December—The PCG begins with 12 members and $80.
1990January 16—First copies of Malachi’s Message hit mailboxes.February—Inaugural issue of the Philadelphia Trumpet is published.
1991June—First radio program debuts on one station in St. Louis, Missouri.August—First issue of Philadelphia News printed.
1992PCG hosts first youth summer camp.
1993January—Key of David television program begins airing on eight stations.
1994October—Key of David adds its second superstation, WWOR, to WGN.
1995July—Trumpet subscriptions reach 50,000.
1996February—PCG establishes Philadelphia Foundation humanitarian and cultural outreach organization, later renamed Armstrong International Cultural Foundation.
1997January—PCG publishes Herbert W. Armstrong’s book Mystery of the Ages.
February—Worldwide Church of God files a suit in district court against PCG for printing Mystery of the Ages.
1998January—Royal Vision Christian living magazine begins.April—Key of David begins broadcasting a toll-free 800-number nationwide.October—PCG’s official website goes online.
1999January—Gerald Flurry makes his first Personal Appearance Campaign in Dallas, Texas.December 6—Gerald Flurry leads the way into the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals holding Mystery of the Ages.
February—Trumpet subscriptions surpass 100,000.April—True Education youth magazine begins.
2000June 29—PCG purchases a 40-acre tract in north Edmond for its college and headquarters campus.
2001September 15—PCG opens Imperial College, later renamed Herbert W. Armstrong College.
2003January 16—After losing an appeal and being denied by the Supreme Court, PCG wins all 19 copyrights from WCG in an out-of-court settlement.November—PCG temporarily takes Key of David off the air to focus on winning copyright battle over Mystery of the Ages.
2004May—New Key of David set debuts, along with new Mail Processing Center.
2005July—The Trumpet launches redesigned, updated website, theTrumpet.com.October—Key of David broadcasts on 200 stations.
2006May—First graduation for Herbert W. Armstrong College.August—Herbert W. Armstrong College students fly to Jerusalem to volunteer for a City of David archaeology excavation.December—Construction completed on Hall of Administration.
2008January—Groundbreaking for Armstrong AuditoriumAugust—Imperial Academy grade school and high school begins.
2009August—Imperial Academy goes online.