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The church believes that the Holy Spirit came from the Father and part of the Godhead. Membership is conferred through immersion baptism of adults.
Indoctrination classes are required prior to joining the organization.
This resulted twelve MCGI members including Willy Santiago to split from the group on October 2009 and established a new religion, the Members Church of God in Jesus Christ Worldwide or MCGJCW, with membership now consists mostly of former MCGI followers.
The MCGI Central Administration is composed of the Overall Servants, the Council of Assistants to the Administration and Church Workers.
In 2005, the church changed its name to "Members Church of God International".
On January 7, 2006, the first live Bible exposition in the United States was held in Los Angeles, California.
Through the local radio station DWWA 1206 k Hz, ADD was heard in many parts of the Philippine Archipelago.
The program became popular in the Philippines because of its live question and answer portion.
Nicolas Antiporda Perez, lead the church from 1928 until the time of his death in May 1975, the church was then a small group with less than hundred congregations.The early months of 2009 saw the Church introduced in Latin America.A schism in MCGI happened in 2009 when Willy Santiago, one of the bible readers of Eliseo Soriano in his radio and TV programs had a dispute over the church leadership succession and "erratic" changes in church doctrines (such as prostrating towards the east in prayer and Sabbath).He is recognized as the Apostle, High Priest and Mediator of the church.
He is the sent savior of mankind and the way, the truth and the life.They do not observe Christmas, Easter, or other holidays and customs they consider to have pagan origins incompatible with Christianity.It is not related to the many Church of God groups that descended from the Barney Creek Meeting House revival of the late 19th century in the United States.In 2008, Bible Expositions were conducted in the continent of Oceania bringing forth the first congregation in Papua New Guinea.