God’s Work consists of two main commissions: warning the world and feeding the flock. The Philadelphia Church of God’s K-12 school, Imperial Academy, is crucial to fulfilling the second commission. Learn why this institution has become necessary when once it was considered a non-essential function of the Work. Discover the staggering benefits reaped by God’s young people at Imperial Academy.
Traditional Christian churches are trying to save the whole world right now. Learn how this is the total opposite of Jesus Christ’s purpose on Earth. Prove where God’s Church is today, how it exists primarily to support God’s Work, and what exactly is the purpose of God’s Work in these final days before Christ’s return. The plain truth about God’s Work may shock you.
KPCG is home to a new history podcast, Rewind, Repeat, hosted by Philadelphia Church of God online marketing director David Vejil. Listen as he discusses his goals for the show, Charlemagne, powerful lessons from history, and history’s connection to Bible prophecy.
Philadelphia Youth Camp in Edmond, Oklahoma, is currently in its third and final week. Hear from Philadelphia Church of God Evangelist Wayne Turgeon and his wife, Laura, as they reflect on life in England—away from camp for the first time in nine years. Listen as host Grant Turgeon describes the main goal of camp.
There are so many ways to turn supporting God’s Work into a full-time job, even if you aren’t a paid employee of the Philadelphia Church of God. Learn about two more ways to serve wholeheartedly, and hear a report from our chief field correspondent.
God’s Work could be done by God alone—but He wants to work with you! Learn two more ways that you can be a full-time laborer in God’s Work.
God’s Work is a worldwide enterprise—not just an Oklahoma endeavor. No matter where you live, you can have a stunning impact on the work every day. Listen as host Grant Turgeon describes how much God values your contributions, and learn more about your number one responsibility as a full-time servant of God.
Yesterday, millions of people celebrated Father’s Day. There’s a direct connection between physical fathers, God the Father and God’s Work. Listen as host Grant Turgeon emphasizes the three vital responsibilities of fathers, and how society suffers in their absence.
Thirty-two Herbert W. Armstrong College students graduated yesterday. Listen as host Grant Turgeon encourages them to continue living the abundant, hectic, disciplined, scheduled, busy, regimented life that leads to true and lasting freedom.
This past Sunday, we celebrated Mother’s Day. Learn why mothers are vital to God’s Work. You will also hear updates about Jerusalem, Zimbabwe, and the concert series.