Church of God New Leadership

The Church of God is at a pivotal moment of leadership, of unity, and of vision for the future. Over the past several months, General Director Jim Lyon has been speaking with leaders across the movement to affirm that Jesus is the subject around which we will build a new day for the Church of God. As part of that new and exciting future, Church of God Ministries has engaged leaders to support Jim in bringing about much-needed change and revitalization.

Church of God Ministries is pleased to welcome Daniel Kartchner as Chief Operating Officer and Rev. Robert L. Moss as Chief Advancement Officer. Both bring their unique gifts and abilities, undergirded by a deep commitment to Christ in their personal and professional lives. They are part of an executive leadership team that will soon include aDomestic Ministries Director and an International Ministries Director.

Please pray for Daniel and Bob as they transition into these key roles.

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