“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” Psalm 116:15
Our dear brother Steve May passed away July 6, 2010 at approximately 2:00 a.m. from pancreatic cancer. Kelly, Steve’s wife of nearly 20 years, was by his side when he peacefully went to be with our Lord.
Los Angeles International Church of Christ marked its 20th anniversary this year - stronger, healthier and more unified than it has ever been since its planting in 1989.
In the past 24 months, the congregation has baptized and restored over 1,200 disciples and now includes over 5,300 baptized, committed disciples of Jesus Christ and a Sunday attendance of 7,700. But beyond this, our fellowship is filled with a renewed spirit of love, joy, peace and hope.
Come and Celebrate our 20th Anniversary with Us...
The Los Angeles International Church of Christ recently met together at the famous Shrine Auditorium for a worship service. Pictures and video are online.
According to Jesus, mountains could be moved with only a mustard seed worth of faith. Here are real life examples of those who never gave up on those they love. After 25 years of faith, Javier Amaya helped the first members of his family be baptized into Christ.
We are pleased to announce that the fourth annual Antelope Valley Christian Writers' Conference has been scheduled for May 15-16, 2009 . Whether you're an absolute beginner – a seasoned professional – or somewhere in-between, this may be for you. If you enjoy writing, and you'd like to learn how the publishing business works, you are welcome to attend.
Regretfully, Monday morning, December 15 at 5:25 AM, our brother, Joe Weinberg, passed away at age 41 after a twelve year battle with cancer. Joe served as a minister in the Los Angeles Church of Christ Metro Region.
Over 500 baptized in Los Angeles this year including 125 college students and 65 teens. With 5,100 disciples, God is growing all 9 regions.
View this ICOC Hot News video interview with lead evangelist Bruce Williams.