Gerald Flurry is the pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God, headquartered in Edmond, Oklahoma. He is also the chancellor of Herbert W. Armstrong College and is chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation. Mr. Flurry is also the editor in chief of the Philadelphia Trumpet—a newsmagazine that has a readership of over 1 million people. He has been an ordained minister for over 40 years and is the presenter of the Key of David—a weekly television program which reaches a potential audience of over 400 million people around the world.
The Key of David is a 30-minute television program that airs on over 200 stations worldwide, reaching a potential audience of over 400 million people. The program began in 1993 on just eight stations but has now flourished into a prominent television program. Gerald Flurry uses this program to explain world events, and where they are leading, in light of Bible prophecy. Mr. Flurry makes sense of this confusing world, and offers the solution to man’s most difficult problems. Understand your world and where it is going by tuning in to the Key of David!
Gerald Flurry is the founder and chairman of the Armstrong International cultural Foundation (AICF), which is a non-profit, humanitarian organization sponsored by the Philadelphia Church of God. Among humanitarian projects in Jordan and Israel, as well as participating in archeological excavations in the City of David, the foundation hosts world-class performing artists in the elegant Armstrong Auditorium.
Founded in 2001, Herbert W. Armstrong College is privately supported by the Philadelphia Church of God, offering courses in theology, liberal arts and applied arts and sciences. The college campus in Edmond, Oklahoma is famous for its world-class performing arts center, Armstrong Auditorium. Its sister campus is located on the green plains of Warwickshire, UK. The college’s motto is “Education with Vision” and its objective is to teach students how to live.
Gerald Flurry is the editor in chief of the Philadelphia Trumpet and its website theTrumpet.com. He contributes monthly articles for the magazine alongside the staff. The Trumpet magazine is has over 1 million readers. This magazine is completely free and analyzes world news in light of Bible prophecy, as well as bringing you all the stories you need to know about. Request your free subscription here.