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The World To Come with David C. Pack is a weekly program which analyzes world news and explains Bible prophecy to countless millions around the world through television and the Internet. The broadcast is produced by  The Restored Church of God®, an international organization with congregations in over 60 countries across six continents.

With its world Headquarters in Wadsworth, Ohio, The Restored Church of God teaches God’s revealed way of life (Matthew 28:19-20) and preaches the good news (the gospel) of the soon-coming kingdom of God (Mark 16:15; Matthew 24:14).

To date, the Church has reached over 220 countries and territories with its programs and materials, and more than 75 million items have been downloaded from its websites. It hosts the largest biblically based websites on Earth, and provides an ever-expanding array of published books, booklets and articles—all without cost or obligation—to guide those seeking to live God’s Way. The material brings plain understanding of the insoluble problems overwhelming mankind, and points to the lasting peace of the world to come, just over the horizon. (Selected material is also available in Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Afrikaans, Swahili, Chinese and Polish.)

Following Jesus Christ’s plain instruction, “Freely you have received, freely give” (Matthew 10:8), The Restored Church of God offers the materials on its websites free of charge and with no third-party advertising!

This is made possible by tithes and offerings given by members and freely-given contributions from many other supporters of our international Work. The Bible teaches, “Buy the truth, and sell it not…” (Proverbs 23:23). Accordingly, we do not, and will never, solicit donations from the public. In faith, we believe that Christ will always provide for the Work that He is doing through His servants. All of our donors give as they feel personally compelled.