United Church of God

United News: May 2009

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In This Issue

  • by Karen Meeker
I recently read two books written by authors who had experienced the murder of family members. Each book chronicled the author's arduous and painful journey through rage cooled to a cold, stony anger and finally to a peace of mind made possible by forgiveness.
  • by Janet Treadway
When you take a stroll outdoors, do you ever wonder why it makes you feel so good? Connecting with nature can actually improve your health and well-being.
  • by Dan Dowd
Some years ago, when Dan Rather was a news anchor with the CBS Evening News, he tried a number of different sign-offs. Among them was the single word, "Courage."
  • by Connie Vreeland
Sometimes it's hard to find the right words to say when someone you care about is going through a tremendous trial. Here are some tips to think about the next time you want to comfort a friend with a few kind words.
  • by Skip Biro
Our spiritual battles are even more deadly than the physical battlefields of this world. That's why, in our spiritual boot camp, we need to be drilled on where we are from, as well as the use of the spiritual weapon God provides.
  • by Mark Winner
Proverbs is not just a book for the youth; it's a book of practical, timeless wisdom for all of us. What can Proverbs teach us about becoming a mature Christian in today's society?