CLGI Military Tribute

Honoring our members in the U.S. Military

CLGI in the U.S. Military

Our members throughout the organization are faithfully serving God and our country. In fact, the U.S. Military was the catalyst to the growth of the organization and spreading the gospel.

We take time to honor our military members every year for their service. The Military Tribute is held on the Friday morning of our General Assembly. The public is always welcome to join us.

You’re invited to learn more about our military and the Military Tribute and see what God is doing through The Church of the Living God International, Inc. Follow the CLGI Military on social media for more!

The Vision

CLGI Military Tribute in Atlanta, Georgia on July 6, 2013

It was in 1985 that the Lord revealed to me that He was going to use the military to spread the gospel and the name of The Church of the Living God all over the world. This is why we have this ceremony [CLGI Military Tribute] in recognition of you because you all are shining examples of people who can be in the military and become colonels, majors, captains and chief master sergeants and live holy. Some of you are pastors, elders and ministers. This is why we give space to have this service [CLGI Military Tribute] because you have helped to spread the gospel here, there, and everywhere else.

Bishop Joseph White, D.D, D.Min

Military Tribute Service

Mobile Convention Center, Alabama

This service is part of the General Assembly.

Military Tribute Participants

If you are a current member of The Church of the Living God International, Inc., we invite you to contact a representative below for more information to participate in the Military Tribute.

Jurisdiction Representatives

If you have any questions about the Military Tribute or the current status of your information on file, please contact your representative.

Military Tribute Committee
CLGI Military Department

Elder Ruth Latham

Elder Ruth Latham

Colonel, Air Force Reserves, Retired

Elder Angela Jenkins

Elder Angela Jenkins

Chief Master Sergeant, Air Force, Retired

Minister Georgia Armstrong

Minister Georgia Armstrong

Major, Air Force, Retired

Asst. Chairman