United Church of God

Compass Check: Fall 2019

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In This Issue

  • by Steve Nutzman
While on vacation years ago, my wife and I and our three children visited Craters of the Moon National Monument in central Idaho. We were eager to do some spelunking. I had only one small flashlight among the five of us, but off we went into the cave.
  • by Mario Seiglie
In our Summer 2019 issue, Part 1 of this article discussed the first two critical elements of light and water. Let’s continue with our exploration of what surrounds us and marvel at all of God’s intricate designs to make our existence possible in this “cradle for life.” It will help us understand that nothing was left to chance and that there was a loving and all-powerful Designer behind the...
  • by Compass Check Editor
Why do we keep the festivals that are in the Bible instead of the more common holidays? What do these festivals mean and symbolize, and why were they so important to God?
  • by Rex Sexton
In the series of books and movies The Hunger Games, a trilogy of novels written by American novelist Suzanne Collins, the action takes place in an unspecified future time, in the dystopian, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem, located in North America. Although captivating, these books are quite fictional—a story developed purely for entertainment.
  • by Sue Dunkle
Tired of feeling behind where you ought to be in school? It’s time to take action!