United Church of God

United News: January 2010

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In This Issue

  • by Tina Rupp
In elementary school we learn the critical fire safety phrase "stop, drop and roll." This valuable instruction has saved many physical lives.
  • by Peter Hawkins
One evening I was sitting on the porch meditating on creation. While observing the life around me, a family of deer walked by.
  • by Dan Dowd
George Barna is a famous pollster and author of a number of books specializing in Christian topics.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Sometime ago a friend visiting from England and I were ordering dinner at a restaurant. After he ordered a steak, the waitress asked him, "Sirloin or tenderloin? Eight-ounce or 10-ounce? Rare, medium or well-done?" With each question my friend seemed to think he was finished. He ordered a salad and was asked, "Greek, Green or Taco?"
  • by Jeremy Lallier
After years of wandering in the wilderness, Israel stood at the edge of Canaan. What words of guidance could Moses say to inspire the zeal they would need to continue to trust and obey God?
  • by United News
Part 2 of this doctrinal study paper, originally published in November 1998, continues the in-depth look into whether God calls children of members of God’s Church and how the answer to that question affects the expectations and approach parents take when teaching their children the ways of God.
  • by Kirsten Nelte
The best Feast of Tabernacles of my life was when my son almost died.
by Darris McNeely
by Brian Shaw
  • by John Wennstrom
A young adult who lives in Norway recounts his story of being called into God's Church.
by Mike Bennett
  • by Jason Lovelady
Mahatma Gandhi said that there are seven things—seven deadly social sins—that will destroy a people, society or nation: wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, business without ethics, science without humanity, politics without principles and religion without sacrifice.