United Church of God

United News: December 2003

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In This Issue

  • by Don Hooser
What can we do to regain some of the inspiration and excitement we felt at the Feast of Tabernacles?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The African continent has been devastated by AIDS, and the problem will get far worse before it gets better. Yet on a recent trip to Ghana I saw a glimmer of hope at the Kumasi Virgins Club. If only people everywhere would embrace the Seventh Commandment, the AIDS crisis could be permanently solved.
  • by Scott Ashley
Few people have ever considered the Bible a reliable guide for good physical and mental health. Yet scattered throughout its pages are priceless laws and principles that would literally save millions of lives every year if we would only pay attention to them.
  • by Kenneth Dove
Have you ever wondered what it was like for the apostle Paul while he was in prison? Or how about Joseph? How do you think they felt? Lonely, depressed or abandoned?
  • by United News
Family Circle magazine surveyed American families in 1993 and again in 2003. In the Oct. 15, 2003 issue, they reported on "The State of the American Family." Their title, "Stressed but Strong," tried to put a positive spin on it, but many of the statistics were discouraging:
  • by United News
In the May 2003 United News a member asked about literature concerning spouses who are not in the Church. Since no literature on the subject was available, three members who were married before coming into the Church decided to tell their very different stories. "We hope that you who have this opportunity can learn and glean something from our past lessons that can be of help to you."