United Church of God

Compass Check: Fall 2018

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In This Issue

  • by Steve Nutzman
You’re at a “crossroads”—a point at which a critical decision must be made that will have far-reaching consequences. What will you do? You can’t avoid it or go around it. You can ignore it, but you’ll eventually have to face it.
  • by Kourtney Kovanis
My college experience resulted in me tackling three majors (that’s a long story). I studied English, journalism and music.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
People across time have loved music, and although the harmonies have changed, the general messages have not. Some may think the content of today’s music is worse, but although it may use more descriptive language, music has always described the evils of the time.
  • by Gayle Hoefker
We cannot undo the past, but we can move forward from where we are.
  • by Rex Sexton
If you are going to be one of His sons or daughters forever, then it is important for you to learn how to communicate with your Heavenly Father.
  • by Steve Nutzman
Predictions abound about massive worldwide upheaval and the end of the world. They are found in popular sci-fi movies and books, religious figures proclaim it and Internet sites are filled with theories about the complete annihilation of the human race in the near future.
  • by Steve Nutzman
As a teen I began to read Bible verses that describe the Great Tribulation. I had never heard this term before. Then as I began to receive literature from God’s Church, I learned that the Great Tribulation is how Jesus described the worst time of global suffering—ever. It will drag humanity to the very brink of extinction.
  • by Oraina Campbell
My name is Oraina Campbell, and I am a member of the United Church of God attending the Kingston, Jamaica, congregation. Let me tell you a bit about my life in Jamaica and the Church there.