Today marks the beginning of Lent season, the 40 days period leading up to Easter, which World Olivet Assembly (WOA) churches observe as a time to reflect on Jesus' walk to the cross, especially the passage of the Gospel of John chapters 13 to 20.
Apostolos Missions (AM), an affiliate of the World Olivet Assembly, launched a new program to guide students from the beginning stages of being a first-time Bible study participant to a member who dedicates their life to Jesus Christ and volunteers within the fellowship.
Saint Luke Society (SLS), a medical fellowship affiliated with the World Olivet Assembly, held its third "Medical Dreamer" event online, attracting some 150 medical students in South Korea.
The World Olivet Assembly (WOA) General Office has encouraged pastors, ministers and mission workers in its network to look at God first and live with gratitude, joy and brightness in the new year of 2021.
As the year 2020 has come to a close and the new year begins, World Olivet Assembly (WOA) churches, ministries and fellowships are reflecting on the meaning of the new creation in Isaiah 65:17 and 2 Corinthians 5:17.
World Olivet Assembly churches around the world have entered the Advent season leading up to Christmas with a focus on sharing the hope in Jesus Christ with a world in need.
On November 26, World Olivet Assembly's churches all around the United States have commemorated Thanksgiving with a special worship service to express their overflowing gratitude to God.
The World Olivet Assembly's (WOA) 28th World General Assembly concluded successfully after being held online for the first time.
Olivet Leadership Institute is an education organization of Olivet Assembly that focuses on training future leaders in Christian ministries. The leadership institute was officially launched in January 2013 with the purpose to educate good Christian leaders in a more systematic way.