Share This Profile
Share this profile on Facebook.
Link to this profile on LinkedIn.
Tweet this profile on Twitter.
Email a link to this profile.
See other services through which you can share this profile.
This profile was last updated on 4/17/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Charles E. Bryce

Wrong Charles E. Bryce?


Phone: (800) ***-****  HQ Phone
Enduring Church of God
Po Box 1317
Chandler, Texas 75758
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
34 Total References
Web References
Proverbs - Chapter 1 by Charles ..., 17 April 2012 [cached]
Proverbs - Chapter 1 by Charles E. Bryce - Enduring Church of God
News of Those Once Affiliated with the Global Church of God, 7 April 2006 [cached]
In 2006, Charles Bryce who was in GCG and LCG left, and formed the Enduring Church of God (En COG). (More news specifically on LCG is at the News of the Living Church of God page.) A couple of people, like Norman Edwards (Servants' News), left GCG well before the 1998 takeover.
I have received two emails related to the health of EnCOG's Charles Bryce. Here is what seems to be the situation according to one email:
It appears that he did not have an anurism, but had an inner ear problem that caused him to start vomiting -- he could not stop and he went in to the hospital so they could control it. HE said he is feeling good and on his way home.
In September 2006, Syd Hull left LCG for RCG, but left RCG in 2007 to be with Charles Bryce (who left LCG in late 2006).
At the Feast of Tabernacles in Oxnard in 2006, Charles Bryce essentially told LCG members that makeup was no big deal and no one should leave the church because of it. In November 2006, he changed his mind and left and proclaimed makeup as a major issue. At the end of December 2006 he came up with the Enduring Church of God. When Syd Hull left RCG to join EnCOG in early 2007, Charles Bryce claimed that his group would finish the work to proclaim the gospel to the world as a witness.
As I stated in the letter--the fruits were not there---what I felt they needed to be, honesty and uncompromising---after conversing with a minister there and trying to get some answers on some of their teachings from Mr. Bryce himself, sending him a letter with questions and very humbly asking for his response ---for my understanding and benefit---he never even responded.
Sad to say, it is no surprise to me that his web site is not up, nor is it a surprise that he still is not proclaiming the Gospel with any kind of significance, in order to help others.
So here is Mr. Bryce, saying the gospel is not for this age but for the future, while denying that Salvation is a part of the gospel, but says it is a "different" message, a direct contradiction to HWA. This may be why, 6 months after he promised to begin on his own web site to preach the gospel, it is still non-existent.
As anyone can see, if they are really looking for the truth, Charles Bryce has rejected the teaching of HWA as well as denying what scriptures clearly reveal, written by other Apostles. (Mark 1:14-15 and ch.
16:15-16) So it is no real wonder why Mr. Bryce has not lived up to other promises he has made.
3. As of this morning, Charles Bryce's En COG still does not have any media or internet presence.
An unofficial "LCG" forum has a letter purportedly from Charles Bryce that states:
I feel that Charles Bryce really left LCG for the same real reason that Syd Hull did (David Pack is a different matter)--personal pride.
Charles Bryce seems to be following UCG's pattern by trying to attract members first and then later figure out how public proclamation fits into his mission (RCG acted somewhat similarly). An article of related interest may be Are the Laodiceans the Modern Sadducees and Pharisees?
I will state here that I understand that many things are easier said than done--undoubtedly Charles Bryce is now working on many things. And eventually, I believe he will get a website. (FWIW, I set up the initial cogwriter site in a day or so at no charge and with no cost--it originally was an AOL free site.
LCG Update, 7 Dec 2006 [cached]
As many of you are already aware, Mr. Charles Bryce informed us last week that he has serious doctrinal differences with the Living Church of God (on wearing makeup, the explanation of Church eras, the definition of the gospel and Church mission, appropriate meeting halls, etc). He informed Mr. Meredith and me several times during phone conversations that it would be a waste of time to come to Charlotte to discuss the matter and that he would have to resign. Due to the adamant position that he has taken and his subsequent release of his list of issues to the entire ministry, we have had to terminate Mr. Bryce from being a minister with the Living Church of God. This was not a decision that we wanted to make, yet it was necessary for the protection of the Church and brethren. It is certainly our hope that Mr. Bryce will reconsider his actions. Up until last week, Mr. Bryce gave us no indication that he had serious concerns about any of these issues. He did not mention these issues during the years he served on the Council of Elders (he chose to resign from the Council a year ago when he moved to Texas ). While he was Director of CAD he also had the opportunity to suggest changes in these areas, but nothing was said.
Brethren, we need to remember a number of important principles when it comes to drawing conclusions about doctrine. We are told that there is safety in a multitude of counsel (Proverbs 11:14) and that we should be extremely careful about drawing conclusions that seem right to us as individuals (Proverbs 14:12). The Scriptures inform us that the Church is given the charge to determine doctrine, not individuals (I Timothy 3:15), and we see how this operated at the council meeting in Acts 15. It is regrettable that Mr. Bryce did not follow these principles in this most recent situation. From calls that we have made around the country, it appears that very few ministers or members are sympathetic with the ideas in Mr. Bryce's letter.
Motive narrows to Ratzmann’s church, 17 Mar 2005 [cached]
Charles Bryce, director of administration for the Living Church of God, walks out of a press conference with an unidentified church official at Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital on Monday.
>> Click here for more photos
Charles Bryce, director of administration for the Charlotte, N.C.-based church, said the sermon Ratzmann walked out of didn't contain messages of Bible prophecies being fulfilled.
"One thing I can tell you, as far as the sermon, that wasn't even the sermon," said Bryce.
Bryce only said the sermon dealt with "basic Christian living," but he is working to find out more.
Bryce said Ratzmann had been a church member for "decades."
The two had met once, Bryce said.
"He didn't seem to be in any way, shape or form in trouble," said Bryce.
Untitled Document, 28 July 2005 [cached]
I want to announce the transfer of Mr. Charles Bryce from Charlotte to become Regional Pastor over the Southern region of the Living Church of God. Mr. Bryce has considered this option for some time and has written me twice in the last several months suggesting this as a possibility.
So I have asked Mr. Bryce to assume this responsibility and he now plans to continue helping us here for the next several weeks in the transition period and then plans to move to Tyler
TX to assume his new post.
Mr. Bryce is a native Texan. He has worked long and hard in Christ's ministry and I hope that this less stressful responsibility will work well for him and his family as he approaches his 65th birthday. I am sure all of our prayers will go with Mr. Bryce and his entire family as they move to
Other People with the name "Bryce":
Other ZoomInfo Searches
Accelerate your business with the industry's most comprehensive profiles on business people and companies.
Find business contacts by city, industry and title. Our B2B directory has just-verified and in-depth profiles, plus the market's top tools for searching, targeting and tracking.
Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Houston | Los Angeles | New York
Browse ZoomInfo's business people directory. Our professional profiles include verified contact information, biography, work history, affiliations and more.
Browse ZoomInfo's company directory. Our company profiles include corporate background information, detailed descriptions, and links to comprehensive employee profiles with verified contact information.