The Gospel of Christ ministry had “its best year ever,” reported Kevin Pendergrass to BNc. Pendergrass works with the development of the ministry and is one of its speakers.
The 11 million page hits came from the U.S. and 166 other countries.
The TGOC evangelistic work uses television, radio and the Internet in an effort to “take the whole Gospel to the whole world.”
Overseen by the elders of the McLish Avenue congregation in Ardmore, TGOC offers programming by speakers Ben Bailey and James Gravelle, besides Pendergrass.
The website (www.thegospelofchrist.com ) offers a wide selection of free 30-minute programs in video, audio and transcript formats.
TGOC also offers 3-minute audio programs, short videos and other tools, including Bible quizzes, Bible crosswords and word-search puzzles.
Pendergrass said he will be traveling extensively in 2010 to inform congregations about TGOC’s work.
Those interested in learning more may contact him through the website to schedule a visit, or by calling 580-223-3289.