COGIC Charities!


Reader Church of God in Christ (COGIC) churches devastated by the recent flooding in Louisiana will receive assistance from COGIC Charities. COGIC Charities has committed $50,000 to help COGIC churches in the Southern Louisiana area hit by the recent flooding. The funds will be distributed through local jurisdictions to assist churches with their immediate needs. Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. says, "The Church of God in Christ is committed to assisting our churches in the Southern Louisiana area that have been affected by the recent flooding. Our goal is to help as many of our churches with whatever they may need to help get their congregations back on their feet."

 Currently, the Church of God in Christ has over 200 churches in the state of Louisiana and approximately five of them were damaged by or completely destroyed by floodwaters. These COGIC Charities funds will help local churches remove water, repair structures, provide food, water, clothing and any other assistance that may be needed. Working in conjunction with COGIC Charities, the International Missions Department has dispatched a team of workers to the Baton Rouge, LA area to assist churches there with cleanup, water removal and any additional needs affected congregations may require.

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  1. All that damage and only $50k. Thats NOTHING! BLAKE MAKES that with one speaking engagement alone.

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    1. Stop cussin'...

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    2. Hopefully most of the churches had flood insurance and this 50k is to be used for 'incidental' expenses. Every dollar helps in situations like this. The COGIC Charities budget is probably stretched thin with all of the many requests coming in.
      COGIC Charities....Keep Up the Good Work !!!

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    3. Hopefully most of the churches had flood insurance and this 50k is to be used for 'incidental' expenses. Every dollar helps in situations like this. The COGIC Charities budget is probably stretched thin with all of the many requests coming in.
      COGIC Charities....Keep Up the Good Work !!!

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    4. Not buying it. This organization has been around since forever, and has been preaching tithes since itshe inception. For them to only come up with 50K from what they call a "charity " fund only testifies to their internal problems of hypocrisy, bad stewardship, lack of wisdom, greedy leaders bad teaching, and practices. Disclosing this amount shows the cheapness of this organization.

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    5. It could have been darn or dang...you just assumed. But...ok. no more cussin

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    6. It could have been darn or dang...you just assumed. But...ok. no more cussin

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    7. Yup...no more cussin

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  3. That's funny. Down here most of our churches and homes didn't have flood insurance because we weren't in flood zones but still flooded. Fema won't help anyone who didn't have it. So we are relying heavily on any help we can get. But I would figure with the amount of tithes and offerings given over the years that they would have more saved than that.

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    1. My point exactly. If they teach giving 10% to God they should as a church give 10% back to Him for times like these.

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