Living Church News

Volume 18, No. 5, September/December 2016

Satan's Plan to Divide and Conquer!

Personal Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

Dear Brethren and Friends,

Living Faith

Editorial Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

The Eternal God has inspired me regarding the vital need for all of us to grow in faith. Because of all of our modern distractions, and because of the breakup of our former association, many thousands of brethren around the world have…

Looking Through the Eyes of Faith

Dexter B. Wakefield

How many eyes do you have? Two? Think again! In an important sense, whether you are sighted or blind, you have many eyes. You will look through one kind of eyes in one situation and through another kind of eyes in another. For example, if you look…

What Are You Building This Feast?

Peter G. Nathan

We understandably see the Feast of Tabernacles as a time of friendships, family, spiritual food and travel. But of course, there is so much more to consider! For instance, the God Family sees the Feast as a time symbolizing the coming restoration of…

Glimpsing Our Eternity in God's Festivals

Wallace G. Smith

God’s Festivals are an incredible gift to His people! From beginning to end, they give us a “map” to His plan of salvation. As we write in our Official Statement of Fundamental Beliefs, “God’s annual Festivals picture the seven vital…

Lessons from Adventure Camp in Banff

Matthew Kidney

Brooke Eby’s beautiful photo of Lake Louise, making her the girl winner of the Banff Adventure Camp 2016 photo contest Do you want to stretch yourself and go outside of your comfort zone?

Adirondack Canoe Trip 2016

William Long

The Upstate New York Living Church of God brethren hosted another awesome trip to the Adirondack Mountain region on Raquette Lake.

Slander on Steroids

Gerald E. Weston

It was a very sobering time during Jesus Christ’s last Passover meal with His disciples, when He gave instructions that were heavy on His mind. Among them was a warning of future persecution. This was not the first time they had heard this warning.…

The Devil's End

Commentary Michael Heykoop

As a society, we love a good story. Writers can make millions of dollars crafting thrilling tales to keep us on the edge of our seat. The most common formula used is that of good versus evil.