Living Church News

Volume 24, No. 1, January/February 2022

A World Filled with Rumors

Personal Gerald E. Weston

Dear Brethren, 

Work to Remember the Lessons of the Feast

Editorial Gerald E. Weston

The Feast of Tabernacles 2021 is now in our rearview mirror, left further behind as we round another corner and it fades in the distance. This is especially so because the Feast was “earlier” this past year than most years, in relation to the Roman…

What Is Christian Nationalism?

Dexter B. Wakefield

Have you heard of “Christian nationalism”? You may be hearing more about it in the future. It has various definitions—usually presented by its critics—and the movement is diverse.

Festival 2021: Out of the World

Rod McNair

What a year it has been! Against the backdrop of the end time, we have been able to appreciate the precious gift of knowing and keeping the Feast of Tabernacles. Especially as society slides into ever-more-shocking moral depravity, the Feast is a…

Exhorting with All Purity

Woman to Woman Glory Talbott

In 1 Timothy 5, the Apostle Paul advises the young minister about how he is to view women, and that advice is extremely helpful to us women, as well. The passage admonishes us to see “older women as mothers, younger women as sisters, with all purity…

2020 in Review—A Leap Forward

D. Jerry Ruddlesden, Financial Controller

The Living Church of God publishes its “Audited Financial Statements” each year. The complete 2020 Consolidated Financial Statements for Living Church of God can be found in their entirety at at the bottom of the page.

The Little Flock

Commentary J. Davy Crockett III

The bare trees make a silhouette on the horizon in the winter morning light, beautiful to behold in the cold, clear, crisp air. Not much traffic on a Saturday morning, a far cry from the crowded roadways on weekday commutes for most workers. The…