Executive News
Feature News: Ansan, South Korea

When working in a foreign land, away from one’s family, what’s the most difficult thing? Is it the work? Is it the loneliness?
Whatever the case may be, members of the Church Of Christ in South Korea have learned to hold on to what gives them strength especially amidst the most trying situations.

Executive News
May 28, 2017 [Ansan, South Korea]

After a series of Pastoral Visits in Europe, The Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo Manalo led the brethren in Ansan, South Korea in a worship service to the Lord God.

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Feature News: Marseille, France

Marseille’s melting pot of migrants has moved there for shelter, change of scenery, and more typically for a brighter future. But what happens when finding greener pasture doesn’t turn out to be as easy as it seems?

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Feature News: Barcelona, Spain

The Spanish Empire once changed the religious climate of the world, which changed the lives of its countless citizens. Hundreds of years later, amongst the climate of religious recession, another change has taken place.

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Feature News: Rome, Italy

The loss of religious spirituality and scandals have driven many to leave the Catholic Church. Having […]

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May 20, 2017 [Marseille, France]

The recent pastoral visitation of Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo, in Marseille France.

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Feature News: Athens, Greece

For many, going abroad is a dream come true. It’s a chance at a better life and an opportunity for change. For Church Of Christ members, however, no matter where they are in the world, there’s one thing that doesn’t change.

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May 13, 2017 [Rome, Italy]

On May 13, 2017 a second ordination was held in Rome, Italy. 16 ministerial workers of the Church Of Christ were ordained as new ministers in a worship service led by the Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo.

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Feature News: Imus, Cavite, Philippines

For 23 year-old, Allan Paul, not even a terminal illness can keep him away from what’s most dear to him.