of the Church of God (Seventh Day)
Our three central ministries focus on equipping, training, and sending people into the world to be the hands and feet of Jesus and to advance the kingdom of God.
Artios is an online college for Christians who want to influence their families, churches, communities, and workplaces and reflect God’s heart and plan for the world more closely. Artios equips Christians to be vibrant leaders by providing flexible and affordable courses in theology, pastoral ministry, leadership, and much more. The college’s focus on biblical theology, restoration, and missional engagement will help believers establish a strong foundation, preparing them for a vibrant future in ministry and in their personal life.
The whole word for the whole world.
GC Missions is the foreign missions outreach arm of the Church of God (Seventh Day). It exists to glorify God by proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ, teaching the Word, and equipping believers for service to the nations. To fulfill this goal, GC Missions assists national conferences through developing sustainable income, health, education, and Christian witness in partnership with local churches, businesses, and friends.
The General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) emphasizes the development and production of several publications. Print resources include The Bible Advocate (also available online), tracts and study booklets, and quarterly group discussion guides. Online resources include Now What?, a monthly publication that addresses issues relevant to culture today, and study materials for each book of the Bible.
Founded in 1863, the Bible Advocate (BA) is one of the oldest religious magazines in America and is distributed bimonthly in print and online. The BA offers content on current social and religious issues, Christian living, and practical teachings on biblical topics and doctrine. Read the BA Online at baonline.org.
Our bimonthly newsletter, Churchright, provides news and events from our districts, as well as updates on what the General Conference is doing to further the kingdom.
Now What? is a monthly e-magazine of personal experience stories that show people’s struggles that either led them to faith in Christ or deepened their walk with God. Some stories also include resources for such things as addictions, mental illness, and grief.
Our tracts cover a wide range of biblical and theological topics, as well as current concerns in society. Tracts help shape the foundations of our faith and develop our Christian worldview.
The Bible Advocate Press provides local churches and study groups with Bible curriculum and study guides that deepen their knowledge of God and His Word. Lessons are available for all age groups.