Here we are in the year 2018 and hundreds and hundreds of splinter groups exist in the Church of God.
On what is considered the most sacred night of the Armstrong/Millerite COG tradition is the Passover service that practices footwashing and the commemoration of Christ's death with matzos and wine.
Even that sacredness is not sacred to so many of the leaders of the COG's.
They remain divided from one another to this very day.
Passover this year is being kept on various nights between March 29th - April 1st. Talk about a theological mess!
Most of the leaders have set themselves up as people to be served instead of acting as servant leaders that serve the members.
While many members will have sincere thoughts and understanding about this night, most of the leadership do not. It is all about control and being seen.
Just look at how these men present themselves to the church today. It is easy to fill in how they represent themselves towards their followers and the COG as a whole:
David C Pack