This Sermon Series explores the issues of the tension between faith & doubt. Is doubt always bad? How do we move from doubt to faith? What causes us to lose faith?
Part 1 - The Gift of Uncertainty
Part 2 - The Problem of Pain
Seamless Leadership Transition Ushers in New Chapter for Global Aid Organization
The South African churches have launched an annual "Encounter" program for disciple students who would like to come and be a part of an African Campus ministry experience. Students must fund themselves to get to South Africa but once there, they will be housed, fed and trained. They will then split up into "mission team" sized groups and spread out onto the South African campuses.
We are excited to announce that this summer, the DFW Church will send my wife, Susan and I to lead the mission team to Norman, home of the prestigious University of Oklahoma. Living in tornado alley, Oklahomans have seen their fair share of powerful storms, but we believe God is bringing a storm over Oklahoma that will not cease until it has accomplished God’s goal. For those of us who choose to go, we are that storm.
While it has been common place for critical articles about the ICOC to appear previously at the Portland website (when Mckean led that congregation) and now at the City of Angels Church's website where Kip McKean is the minister, it seemed time for us here at ICOC Hot News to respond.
Recently Raul Moreno wrote a ‘guest editorial’ so filled with half truth and misrepresentation that we felt it appropriate to share our thoughts on the issue. This editorial is not an official voice of the ICOC, but rather just our own opinion about things.
Several International Church of Christ congregations reside in seven Middle Eastern countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, and Sudan. This family of churches recently held a conference in Jordan and saw a stellar attendance. Amidst all the excitement, Moufid Tohme, lead evangelist in Beirut sent ICOC HotNews eleven photos of people who recently made Jesus their Lord.