God’s Work today is backed by a spiritual family of approximately 5,000 Philadelphia Church of God members and many more thousands of co-workers. The primary focus of a true Christian’s life is to contribute to the Work in any way possible, in the process preparing to teach the entire world in the near future. Tune in each Monday at 12 p.m. Central time for a behind-the-scenes look at the vibrant and exciting Work of the living God through interviews, feature stories, updates and statistical rundowns. With the help of the Autobiography of Herbert W. Armstrong, you will also learn how the Work of God today relates to the spectacular, miraculous, five-decade work of the end-time Elijah.
Herbert W. Armstrong wanted to deliver Mystery of the Ages to the largest audience possible, but he died before that could happen—and his successors discarded the book entirely. Today, Gerald Flurry and the Philadelphia Church of God are finishing the job.
The Ultimate Legacy
On this day 37 years ago, Herbert W. Armstrong died. Here is a recap of his life’s work and why you should care.
A spiritually filthy cabal of rebels seized control of God’s Church after Herbert W. Armstrong died in 1986. God foretold it all thousands of years ago.
A Remarkable Legacy
Herbert W. Armstrong expounded on the seven major mysteries of life, and by his teachings turned many away from sin. His rebellious successors tore down this remarkable legacy.
'The Evils of One-Man Rule'
Those who destroyed the Worldwide Church of God always decried the evils of one-man rule, accusing Herbert W. Armstrong of being a tyrant. But once they took over, they used the exact same government structure, in service of Satan instead of Christ, to oppress the brethren and hoard the money.
Rebellious Worldwide Church of God leaders destroyed the work that God did through Herbert W. Armstrong. We will continue to expose them for it.