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  1. Inside United Podcast #135: Darris McNeely - The Next 25 ...

    https://www.ucg.org/inside-united-podcast/inside-united-podcast-135-darris-mcneely-the-next-25-years-preaching-the-truth

    In another entry to the series, The Next 25 Years, Darris McNeely and Victor Kubik examine the challenges and opportunities of preaching the truth in today’s world and the world to come. Victor Kubik

  2. Update from the President: November 14, 2019 | United ...

    https://www.ucg.org/members/news/update-from-the-president-november-14-2019

    We are at a very historic and critical time in the history and ministry of the United Church of God. Twenty-five years have passed. We are earnestly looking to the next 25 years as we prepare the Church for the end of the age and the Kingdom of God.

  3. United Church of God - the Next 25 Years: Challenges ...

    https://www.ucg.org/sermons/united-church-of-god-the-next-25-years-challenges-opportunities

    Watching and listening to Mr. McNeely concerning the next 25 years was refreshing and brought new hope for the United Church of God's future. Please consider if not already thought of showing this wonderful news to each congregation so we all can see what the plans are for our future.

  4. Inside United Podcast #129: Darris McNeely - The Next 25 ...

    https://www.ucg.org/inside-united-podcast/inside-united-podcast-129-darris-mcneely-the-next-25-years-social-media

    Continuing their conversation on the next 25 years of UCG, Darris McNeely and Victor Kubik focus today on the advantages and pitfalls of social media and how it can be used to share the gospel. Inside United Podcast #129: Darris McNeely - The Next 25 Years: Social Media | United Church of God

  5. Inside United Podcast #127: Darris McNeely - The Next 25 ...

    https://www.ucg.org/inside-united-podcast/inside-united-podcast-127-darris-mcneely-the-next-25-years-passing-on-doctrine

    Darris McNeely and Victor Kubik take stock of the first 25 years of the United Church of God and discuss a vision for the next 25 years in this first episode of a series looking forward to the future.

  6. Inside United Podcast #129:Darris McNeely - The Next 25 ...

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    We Preach God’s redemptive Word every week in our friendly Sabbath services, host regional seminars about God’s coming Kingdom, and sponsor an international media presence on television and the Internet with Beyond Today television, our Bible study tools and our bi-monthly magazine.

  7. Honoring the Elderly | United Church of God

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    Inside United Podcast #129: Darris McNeely - The Next 25 Years: Social Media. Continuing their conversation on the next 25 years of UCG, Darris McNeely... Add to my study list. Login or Create an Account. With a UCG.org account you will be able to save items to read and study later! ... Honoring the Elderly.

  8. Latest UCG Updates | United Church of God

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    Update from the President: July 25, 2019 In this update from the president, Victor Kubik, gives a brief update on the trip to Angola he is taking with Jorge and Kathy de Campos. 1 of 229

  9. World News and Trends: Goals and problems of the next ...

    https://www.ucg.org/the-good-news/world-news-and-trends-goals-and-problems-of-the-next-generation

    “The views of young people today on politics, social attitudes and life goals are far different from their baby boomer parents,” says the Jan. 9, 2007, USA Today regarding a national survey of 18- to 25-year-olds. “More than two-thirds (67%) believe immigrants strengthen American society; a quarter favor increasing legal immigration,” the article continues.

  10. The Evolution vs. Intelligent Design Debate | United ...

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    In 1980, Francis Crick [codiscoverer of the structure of DNA] and Leslie Orgel argued in Nature that this noncoding DNA is merely “junk” that has accumulated in the course of evolution. For the next 25 years, many biologists continued to regard noncoding DNA as junk.