Behind the Work

Behind the Work

God’s work today is backed by a spiritual family of approximately 5,000 Philadelphia Church of God members and many more thousands of co-workers. The primary focus of a true Christian’s life is to contribute to the work in any way possible. Tune in each Monday at 11:30 a.m. Central time as host Grant Turgeon provides a behind-the-scenes look at the vibrant and exciting work of the living God through interviews, feature stories, updates and statistical rundowns. With the help of the Autobiography of Herbert W. Armstrong, you will also learn how the work of God today relates to the spectacular, miraculous, five-decade work of the end-time Elijah.


God and Christ love to work. Usually, humans don’t. What’s the secret to loving work like God does?

Robbers Cave State Park in southeastern Oklahoma is the site of much momentous Philadelphia Church of God history. Each year, Herbert W. Armstrong College students and faculty enjoy a Robbers Cave break before the spring holy days—even when the break doesn’t take place at Robbers Cave. Learn what this year’s unique Robbers Cave break, held on campus instead, was like.

Jesus Christ tested His disciples’ love with this simple command. Learn how loving the world is vital in doing God’s Work.

A place on Earth today is directly connected to all of God’s revelation over the past century.

The Herbert W. Armstrong College Speech Banquet took place on February 14. Hear from the planners of the event.

Herbert W. Armstrong had lots of experience with rebels.

The purpose of Herbert W. Armstrong College is to support God’s Work. Learn from student body president Parker Campbell and secretary Emma Moore about the various leadership opportunities awarded to the students at God’s college, and how their contributions within the college affect God’s Work as a whole.

Doing God’s Work means doing a lot of waiting. Are you able to wait until God’s prophecies come true?

The 2020 Singles Winter Weekend has just concluded here in Edmond, Oklahoma. To learn how God uses singles to supercharge His Work, listen to two attendees of the SWW event.

One of the highlights of life at Herbert W. Armstrong College is the opportunity to serve Philadelphia Church of God ministers at the Ministerial Conference every 18 months. Hear from students serving as cooks, waiters and custodians at the 2020 Ministerial Conference, plus a discussion between host Grant Turgeon and student body president Parker Campbell. Discover the grand sweep of the history of God’s conferences. Be inspired by God’s view of a servant.