United Church of God

United News: March - April 2020

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In This Issue

by Peter Eddington
  • by Dan Dowd
Have you ever thought about what your last words would be before you die? Most people don’t. One’s last words can have meaning. The most profound example of someone whose words and actions changed history for the better is Jesus Christ.
  • by Kathy Sanny
My journey back to God after losing connection with Him and His Living Word.
  • by John LaBissoniere
Discover how two disheartened disciples had their attitudes completely transformed into overwhelming joy and reassurance. What can their amazing experience mean to us on our Christian journey?
  • by Howard Marchbanks
Mark Twain had a silly saying, “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.” The author was observing how people procrastinate doing things that need to be done today for another time. Are there important things you’re procrastinating on?
by Justin Palm
by Ariana Del Signore
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by Sherie Spalding
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  • by Katherine Rowland
How should Christians react to fear and self-concern? We are called to be those who scatter, not those who withhold. How can we do this?
  • by Larry Walker
What can a global pandemic teach us about the pervasive nature of sin as we keep the Days of Unleavened Bread this year?
  • by Kathy Sanny
Do we treat all equally and with respect as family, because we are now the children of the Almighty God?
by Charles Melear
  • by Scott Ashley
Many years ago, when I was starting a career in journalism and publishing, I received some advice that has stuck with me for decades.
by Steve Myers
by Hannah Ellams
by Mitchell Moss
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by Aaron Creech