United Church of God

United News: July - August 2017

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In This Issue

  • by Scott Hoefker
More and more voices in society attempt to challenge the basic principles from God’s Word in regard to marriage, claiming it’s out-of-date and seeking to change its definition. And along with that, some of those same principles for dating are being ignored. There’s much to be said about these relationships God instituted, beginning when He first made man and woman, and continuing throughout the...
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  • by Tom Robinson
God created all things through Christ. Does that make Christ the Creator along with the Father? Or should only the Father be called the Creator?
  • by Gregg & Rebekah Drury
At 2:30 a.m. I received an alert on my cell phone for a flash flood warning. At 2:35 a.m. I received another alert, this time it was for a tornado warning.
by Jim Buckmaster
  • by Scott Ashley
Since the beginning of the United Church of God, we have believed and taught that the One who interacted with people during the Old Testament period as God on behalf of God the Father was the divine Being who was later born in the flesh as Jesus Christ. What is the scriptural foundation from which we draw this belief?
  • by Anthony Wasilkoff
For a Christian, first comes the realization that there is a way of life we wish to pursue. Perhaps then comes pre-baptismal counseling and the need to repent. We have that exhilaration of baptism and receiving the Holy Spirit. This milestone marks a significant change in our life. It starts a life-long journey during which we have to constantly check strategically placed mile markers to make...
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  • by Rick Shabi
As God designed, the work of the Church depends on you and us and our commitment to the financial principles and requirements God establishes for us.
by Linda Dwornik
by Frank Dunkle
by Dale van Zant
by Joy Porter
  • by Darris McNeely
Three times on the shore of the Sea of Galilee the soon-to-be apostle Peter heard these words from the resurrected Jesus Christ: “Feed my sheep.” This critical role of caring for those God adds to the Body of Christ is an ongoing job. It continues today in the United Church of God.