BIG NEWS of today. Inspiring prophecies of Tomorrow’s World.
For more than 20 years, Tomorrow’s World has been sharing the good news of Jesus Christ’s coming Kingdom (Matthew 24:14; Mark 16:15), and blowing a bold “warning trumpet” of God’s impending judgment, calling for repentance and spiritual change (Matthew 24:21; Isaiah 58:1; Ezekiel 33).
A Pew Research poll found that 68 percent of Americans consider education reform a major public policy priority. Increasing numbers of people are dissatisfied with secular education. Tomorrow’s World strives to provide what secular education cannot—a knowledge of the true meaning of life, the true values that lead to success in this world and for eternity, and the truths of Bible prophecy warning us of the terrible times ahead that will precede the return of Jesus Christ.
If you remember The World Tomorrow, the telecast established by the late Herbert W. Armstrong, you already know something about the heritage of Tomorrow’s World. One Tomorrow’s World telecast presenter, Evangelist Richard Ames, was a presenter on The World Tomorrow in the late 1980s and early 1990s. On Tomorrow’s World, he continues that legacy, joined by Evangelist Gerald Weston, Pastor Wallace Smith, and guest presenter Pastor Rod McNair, teaching plain truths of Scripture that are often at odds with what many mistakenly believe the Bible says. Telecast topics range from practical spiritual guidance to eye-opening explanations of Bible prophecy.
The Tomorrow’s World telecast is available online and also airs on cable, satellite, and over-the-air television stations around the world. Every week, this informative half-hour program explores the truths of Scripture and shows how they apply to our lives today. For more than 20 years, Tomorrow’s World telecast presenters have shared the truths of first-century biblical Christianity as vital for our lives today. Tomorrow’s World asks, “What Is Truth?” and urges viewers to “Act on the Truth” as it explores “The Ultimate Book of Knowledge.”
For those whose first languages are Spanish or French, Tomorrow’s World makes materials available at ElMundoDeManana.org and MondeDomain.org. In addition to translated or subtitled versions of English programs, Tomorrow’s World telecasts are produced in Spanish by Pastor Mario Hernandez, and in French by Elders Yvon Brochu and Wilner Pierre. Canadian viewers may also enjoy locally produced Tomorrow’s World telecasts presented by Evangelist Stuart Wachowicz and Elder Michael Heykoop.
At TomorrowsWorld.org, in addition to the weekly half-hour telecast, you’ll find audio resources, magazine articles, commentaries, a Bible Study Course, and many other resources to help you go deeper in learning what the Bible actually says—and how your life will change for the better not just by knowing what the Bible says, but by doing what the Bible says. A Gallup Organization poll found that 55 percent of Americans believe that religion can answer most of the world’s problems. Tomorrow’s World upholds the good news that true Christianity is the God-given Way that, if practiced, will indeed solve all problems.
Tomorrow’s World materials are produced by members of the Living Church of God, which has members on six continents and more than 350 congregations. Presiding Evangelist Gerald Weston is carrying on the leadership of the Church, following in the footsteps of his predecessor, the late Evangelist Roderick C. Meredith (1930–2017). Mr. Weston, ordained into the ministry of Jesus Christ in 1971 and ordained as an Evangelist in 2007, served as a Regional Director for the Church in Canada and Europe for several years before coming to Charlotte, North Carolina, to serve at the Church’s international Headquarters office.
You may want to join the hundreds of thousands of readers who subscribe to the full-color Tomorrow’s World magazine, absolutely free of charge. You may also read it online and explore our library of back issues. You’ll find vital articles asking important questions such as “What Is Truth?” and “Where Is the Truth?” and urging readers to “Hold on to the Truth!”
The Living Church of God
Teaching the Gospel Message and Training a Future Generation
Jesus Christ commanded His disciples: “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). The Living Church of God strives to put this command into practice, broadcasting and publishing a variety of materials to share with the world the gospel (“good news”) of the coming Kingdom of God, and to warn the world of the coming time of tribulation that will precede His return. To carry out that command, the Church makes it a priority to:
A Pew Research poll found that while 69 percent of Americans described “family” as one of the chief sources of meaning in their lives, just 20 percent described “faith” as a major source of meaning. The Living Church of God, sponsor of the Living Education website, understands that having wisdom is better than having silver or gold (Proverbs 16:16). Church members make it their priority to seek the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness (Matthew 6:33).
Tracing its roots to the first-century Church established on Pentecost in 31AD, the Living Church of God has members on six continents, in more than 350 local congregations, who seek to put God’s Way of life into practice in their own lives, striving to live by Jesus Christ’s example.
Part of that example includes observing the same seventh-day Sabbath their Savior kept, and gathering on the annual Holy Days that He observed, and which God established for all of His “spiritual Israel”—His Church. Sermons are given in local congregations, and also made available at the Church website, on topics of Christian living, navigating the secular world around us, Church history, and Bible prophecy. For Church youth, Living Youth Program activities provide opportunities for fellowship and growth.
In these contentious times, which the Living Church of God understands are the “end-times” foretold in Scripture, Church members strive to be “ambassadors of the Kingdom of God” (2 Corinthians 5:20), reflecting in their conduct the example of their Savior, Jesus Christ. To that end, they abhor the sins of racism, intolerance, and anarchy, and reject all forms of hateful conduct, understanding that vengeance must be left to God (Romans 12:19–21), and that all human attempts at utopia will fail before Jesus Christ returns to establish the Kingdom of God.
To share these vital teachings from the Bible, the Church sponsors a weekly half-hour program, Tomorrow’s World, which airs on hundreds of satellite, cable, and over-the-air television stations around the globe. You can also view it online, at any time, at TomorrowsWorld.org. It also sends a magazine free of charge to several hundred thousand subscribers. You can request your own free subscription or read the magazine online.
To gain a more detailed understanding of Living Church of God doctrine and practice, take a look at its Statement of Fundamental Beliefs. If you would like to talk to a Living Church of God minister, with no obligation or expectations, contact the Regional Office nearest you.