Testimony of Uwitonze Redempta Rwanda
I am Uwitonze Redempta, and I am 31 years old. I was privileged to be cared for and educated at the COGOP orphanage. I was brought there when I became an orphan in 1994, after I lost both my parents in the genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda.
I thank God, the church took care of me and sent me to primary and secondary schools. I am now married to my husband and we have a baby. There was no way as an orphan to reach all those achievements without the love and care of the Church. They cared for me when my parents passed away, and that impacted my life forever.
During my stay in the orphanage, I was taught to pray and serve God, and I accepted the Lord in my life. I am so thankful for the salvation of God. Truly, if it had not been for the Church adopting me, I would have been one of the many children in the streets. But I was cared for by the people of God, and I love the people of God who cared for me.
Because the Church cared for me, I now feel blessed to take care of other children. I am grateful to the COGOP for caring for me until I grew up to make my own family. Praise God.
Testimony of M. Vikas Babu Rajahmundry, India
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My name is Vikas. My sister and I were in the Mission Home for eight years and studied there. My mother has been bedridden for two years due to sickness, so my sister Kiranmayi and I left the Mission Home to help take care of her. Now, I work as a welder and my sister is a schoolteacher. Though we left the Mission Home, we go there now and teach songs and the Word of God to the younger brothers and sisters two times a month. I consider COGOP Mission
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NEW JERSEY FOR JESUS CHRIST
Jonathan Olavarria serves as pastor of The Hub Church in Jersey City, New Jersey, a ministry of the Church of God of Prophecy since 2016. Jonathan has served in various ministry roles including summer camps, youth, children, Christian education, pastoral care, and evangelism. Pastor Jonathan is also a vice principal with Newark Public Schools. He and his wife, Noemi, have been married since 2012 and have been blessed with two sons, Adrian and Benjamin.
First to Join Pioneers and Planters
Michael Edwards is pastor of Orange Grove Church in Charleston, South Carolina. A fourth-generation bishop, he is the grandson of former General Overseer M. A. Tomlinson and great grandson of A. J. Tomlinson. Bishop Edwards is a graduate of Tomlinson College (1979). He and his wife, Cindy, have been married more than 45 years.
Celebrating God's MIRACULOUS PROVISION
We are always excited to share the testimonies from the nations of the miraculous provisions of God. Rejoice with our family as they celebrate.
CARING FOR KIDS IN CRISIS Children and Depression
Depression is a common and serious medical illness. It is real, it happens, and it is treatable. Society has put a stigma on mental illness, and as the salt and light of the world we must put an end to that stigma.
The Significance of Planting Churches on New Ground
Bishop Chin Kang Mon is the national overseer of Myanmar. Bishop Chin has planted numerous churches throughout the country. One of our newer nations, Bishop Chin has 35 churches, 3 missions, and 1,550 members under his care as well as three orphanages. One of his greatest accomplishments is the establishment of South East Asia Mission College. Bishop Chin writes, The ultimate objective of this college is to prepare, equip, and train his people to be effective workers of God in Myanmar and beyond. Its vision is to adequately produce and multiply planters, evangelists, missionaries, and cell-leaders. SEAMC graduates and students are enthusiastic in different fields of ministry in Myanmar. There have been 425 graduates from SEAMC and 75 percent of graduates have been serving the Lord as missionaries, evangelists, pastors, and association/church key leaders in Myanmar. Fifty percent of the graduates have been serving the Lord in new mission fields among unreached people groups.
HOW PENTECOST CAME TO ANEGADA
Bishop Adrian L. Varlack, Sr. became a committed follower of Jesus Christ at age 14 in an island-wide revival in his native Anegada, British Virgin Islands. He has been an ordained bishop since 1972 and has spent 48 years in international missions promotions, church administration, preaching, teaching, and writing for the Church of God of Prophecy, including three years as overseer of Canada, where he supervised 40 pastors. He has traveled and ministered in over 90 nations and territories. September 1999, Varlack joined International Leadership Development and Discipleship Ministries as a member of the faculty of the Center for Biblical Leadership and served as an instructor for 19 years. At the 2006 International Assembly, he was also appointed church historian, and in September 2018, consultant to the general overseer. He lives in Cleveland, Tennessee, with his wife of 54 years, Janice Smith Varlack, also of the British Virgin Islands. They have seven children, 25 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
Pioneers and Planters in Central and South America
Our Leaders on Mission
Marsha Robinson is the Communications department publications coordinator for the Church of God of Prophecy International Offices. She is the managing editor of the White Wing Messenger, Mensajero Ala Blanca, and Le Messager a L'Aile Blanche. She is an ordained Church of God of Prophecy minister and actively works as a community chaplain.
The Will to Serve
Wilson J. Rodríguez is from Nicaragua. He is a 22-year-old member of the COGOP in Nueva Guinea, a city in southeast Nicaragua. Under the leadership of his national supervisor, Bishop Jorge Marrero, and his local pastor, Uriel Mejia, Brother Wilson serves the church in youth, children's, and discipleship ministries as secretary and assistant treasurer. He also has his own ministry collecting food to distribute to those in need.
Time in the Bank
You might think that money is the most valuable currency in the world. All of society seems to run by cash or card. However, it’s not the change in your pocket that’s your most valuable possession. It’s something even more sacred— and I guarantee you, you’re rich in it!
PEACE, LOVE & NAMASTE
A Venture to the Top of the World
Into The Mountains
With its endearing culture, fascinating architecture and scenic nature, Kathmandu is a constant surprise
Running Nepal's 3 Passes Trail Takes You Off The Beaten Mule Path
Running Nepal’s 3 Passes Trail takes you off the beaten mule path.
Baths, garlands for man's best friend at Nepal's canine festival
Hindus across Nepal honored their dogs with baths, garlands, and special treats on the second day of the five-day Tihar festival, during which even crows and cows get respect.
चीन के अतिक्रमण के खिलाफ काठमांडो में हुआ प्रदर्शन
नेपाल की कब्जाई हुई जमीन वापस करने की मांग
नेपाल में मोदी का पुतला जलाया तो होगी सजा
देउबा सरकार ने जारी किए सख्त आदेश
SEEKING LIFE THROUGH THE BEAUTY OF NEPAL
We have got all your plans covered, join us on this startling voyage to Nepal.
The New Horizon lounge at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, is a Symbol of Luxury & Tradition
RnT Designs designed the Horizon lounge for Soaltee Hotel Limited (SHL) at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA).
नेपाल में देउबा सरकार का कार्यकाल विश्वास मत पर निर्भर
उच्चतम न्यायालय के हस्तक्षेप के बाद रिकॉर्ड पांचवीं बार नेपाल के प्रधानमंत्री के रूप में शेर शेर बहादुर देउवा की नियुक्ति के बाद भी ऐसा नजर नहीं आ रहा है कि इससे देश में बहुप्रतीक्षित राजनीतिक स्थिरता आएगी क्योंकि उन्हें 30 दिनों के भीतर संसद में विश्वास मत हासिल करना होगा।
शेर बहादुर देउबा पांचवीं बार नेपाल के प्रधानमंत्री बने
नेपाली कांग्रेस के अध्यक्ष शेर बहादुर देउबा मंगलवार को पांचवीं बार देश के प्रधानमंत्री बने। मीडिया में आई खबरों में यह जानकारी दी गई।