• Recapturing True Values

    Living Education provides systematic training for members, youth and ministry of the Living Church of God in the knowledge and understanding of the Way of God.

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  • Second Thoughts: Editing in Love

    Author: Thomas White | Editorial Dept., Living Church of God

    At the start of Living Education’s second academic year, Mr. Wallace Smith, the Living Church of God’s Executive Editor, spoke about… well, editing...

    ...and he probably could have spoken for far longer, because there’s a lot more to editing than…

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  • Diana of Ephesus

    The Diana of Ephesus was a goddess "whom all Asia and the world worship" (Acts 19:27). Diana was the Roman name for the Greek deity Artemis, the "goddess of the moon and the chaste and sister of the sun-god, Apollo" (Colliers Encyclopedia).

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  • Fall Holy Days Art Contest!

    Contest Guidelines and Official Rules

    Have you ever dreamed of illustrating a book? Do you love drawing cartoons? Is watercolor your middle name? Do you have experience creating vector images on a tablet, or is good old graphite and paper more your style? 

    We are looking for artists of all ages whose work could…

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Life, Teachings and Ministry of Jesus Christ
  • Passover to the Resurrection

    Jesus ate His last Passover meal in the “Upper Room” with His followers (Mark 14:15; Luke 22:12). Throughout the Apostolic Age, the ancient Church of God celebrated this event from the perspective of the night of this Last Supper. The symbols of this New Passover consisted of unleavened bread and wine (symbolic of…

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  • The Judean Ministry

    The gospel writer Matthew describes Jesus’ ministry in Galilee. What gospel did Jesus preach? “And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all kinds of sickness and all kinds of disease among the people” (Matthew 4:23). Later in the book of Matthew,…

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  • The Galilean Ministry

    At the beginning of His ministry, “Jesus came to Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, and saying, ‘The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel’” (Mark 1:14–15). The word “kingdom” means government. Jesus was talking about the coming government…

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  • The Early Life of Christ

    The cultural, political, and social realities in Judea, Samaria, and Galilee during Greco-Roman times were very different than many Bible students envision. The different types of Judaism during this period were not what is thought of as Judaism in today’s world. Different threads of thinking divided the populace into…

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Acts of the Apostles
  • Paul’s Imprisonment

    When the Apostle Paul and his traveling companions arrived in Jerusalem in 57 CE for Pentecost, with the gifts from the churches of Greece and Asia Minor, the brethren “welcomed them gladly” (Acts 21:17). The next day he and his companions met with James, the presiding apostle at Jerusalem, and the headquarters elders. The sense of it is that this was a private meeting.

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  • Apostolic Tour

    When the Apostle Paul and his traveling companions arrived in Jerusalem in 57 CE for Pentecost, with the gifts from the churches of Greece and Asia Minor, the brethren “welcomed them gladly” (Acts 21:17). The next day he and his companions met with James, the presiding apostle at Jerusalem, and the headquarters…

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  • The Church Begins

    God gave the Holy Spirit to His Church on the Day of Pentecost in 31 CE. It had been an unforgettable 50 days for Christ’s disciples. Their Teacher had come back from the dead after a brutal execution, and had taught them for 40 days. More than 500 at one time had seen Him (1 Corinthians 15:6). The disciples ate with…

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Focus Studies
  • The Biblical Passover

    The death of Jesus of Nazareth, the Lamb of God, occurred in the afternoon of the daylight portion of Wednesday, Nisan 14th. Christ kept the Passover with His disciples on the evening before, as He had commanded the Israelites approximately 1,500 years earlier. On Wednesday morning, a contingent of Roman soldiers escorted…

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