CCOG: Going forth in the Spanish language


The Continuing Church of God continues to get additional materials translated into the Spanish language.

In addition to getting every edition of its Bible News Prophecy magazine translated into Spanish, more and more articles have been as well. Here are links to some of them:

The Continuing Church of God has a separate Spanish language website  I also spent a lot of time several hours ago adding many Spanish language articles (many more than shown above) to the website to make them easier for many to find.

Spanish has the second highest number of native speakers of any other language (Mandarin Chinese is number one, and the Continuing Church of God has a website primarily focused on those speakers at; English is number 3).

Some articles of possibly related interest may include:

Mexico, Central America, South America, Brazil, and the Caribbean in Prophecy [Español: México, América central, Suramérica, Brasil y el Caribe en la profecía] [Português: México, América Central, Ámérica do Sul, e Brasil na profecia] What will happen to those of Latin America? Will they have prosperity? Will they cooperate with Europe? Will they suffer in the future? What role might the various Caribbean nations/territories play?
Continuing Church of God The group striving to be most faithful amongst all real Christian groups to the word of God. And the one that is leading the final phase of the work. That written article has also been translated into Spanish La Fase Final de la Obra.
La Continuación de la Iglesia de Dios This is the Spanish site for the Continuing Church of God.
CCOG.ASIA We in the Continuing Church of God also have the url which has a focus on Asia and has various articles in Mandarin Chinese as well as some in English.
CCOG.IN This is a website targeted towards those of Indian heritage. It is expected to have some non-English language materials in the future, and currently has one item in Hindi.
CCOG.EU This is a website targeted toward Europe. It has materials in more than one language (currently it has English, Dutch, and Serbian, with links also to Spanish) and it is intended to have additional language materials added.

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