After giving the Tyler-based Church of God, International a hard time about dropping the ball with its website, it seems only fair to note that the group is now back online.
Worth the wait? Well, you can be the judge.
Accompanying the new look is a new quarterly magazine (PDF download) which seems to have an outreach focus designed to mesh with the Armor of God cable TV show. Considering the small size of CGI it's reasonably impressive (assuming there's an actual print edition). It compares favorably with UCG's Good News, and has a far fresher look than the LCG's Tomorrow's World. The last time I recollect CGI producing a slick, color magazine was back in the late seventies in the form of the ill-fated Twentieth Century Watch - before it evolved (or de-evolved) into a thin newsprint tabloid.
CGI is one of the few splinter groups that has no "big names" in the form of decrepit ego-driven evangelists caught in a time-warp from yesteryear. Quite a contrast to its foundation under GTA and Ron Dart.