United Church of God

United News: June 2006

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In This Issue

  • by Robert H Berendt
There is a saying about serious things that "could make a grown man cry." That comment is sometimes made in jest, because grown men seldom cry. It is not manly, as I was taught as a little boy.
  • by Teddi Treybig
"I remember what it was like being a teen. Kids have always pushed at the rules. It's not so different today. What's the big deal?"
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Christians are told to be watching and aware of the trends taking place in the world around us. But with news coming at us 24 hours a day, it can seem overwhelming. How can we get a proper handle on world news from a biblical point of view?
by Don Henson
  • by Don Hooser
Satan hates everything about God, including His plan for our sexuality. God's Word teaches how to achieve sexual fulfillment as well as how to avoid sexual disasters.
  • by Arthur Morris
Ever since I was a navigator and an aircraft performance engineer in the U.S. Air Force and a few years later came into God's true Church, I have been intrigued by the physical analogy of both those endeavors to the spiritual calling God has given to His people.
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by Larry Neff
by Don Henson
by Susie Velazquez
  • by Frank Jarvis
Being a pioneer in any pursuit is one of the most exciting, challenging and rewarding experiences anyone can have.
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  • by Leon Leonord
In Matthew 5:48 we find a startling statement. "Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect." God is saying, through Matthew, that human beings have the awesome potential for perfection!
  • by Wendy Culff
"I am the vine, you are the branches," Jesus said (John 15:5). He also said, "Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit" (verse 2).
  • by Janet Treadway
Recently I watched the popular movie Seabiscuit. After it was over, the tears just flowed as I thought of all the lessons that I learned from this movie based on a true story.
  • by Carolyn Prater
In 1975, I was a 20-year-old mother of two, in an abusive marriage, and the impact of the hopelessness of my life was hitting me. I knew if there was any hope at all, it would come only from God. I began to earnestly pray and to read the entire Bible.
by Ruby Scruggs