United Church of God

United News: May - June 2022

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In This Issue

  • by Chuck Smith
For the first time in almost two years, Chuck and Mary Smith were able to visit the brethren in the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago.
  • by Katherine Rowland
“Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers” (Ephesians 4:29).
  • by Wendy Englehardt, Philip Aust
The Atlanta Women’s Club gathered for the club’s tea party, in which they played ice-breaker games and introduced a new book for the Atlanta Women’s Book Club.
  • by David Mills
God intended marriage to be a lifetime date, but it is very easy to take our mate for granted. Emma’s story shows the importance of expressing love and appreciation every day.
  • by John Miller
We tend to “romanticize” the glory of what occurred on this Day of Pentecost without pondering the path that led to it.
  • by John LaBissoniere, Peter Eddington
Discover how contemporary advertising methods play a vital role in the Church’s commission to preach the gospel of God’s Kingdom as a witness to all nations.
  • by Amanda Miller
In this three-part series, let’s briefly examine the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead, the nature of Jesus in the context of modern cult worship, and how one might discern whether the cultivation of Christianity is based on authentic design or cultish forgery.
  • by John LaBissoniere
How does God use His Holy Spirit and what does He accomplish through it? As we prepare to observe the Holy Day of Pentecost, let’s focus on three of the various roles and functions of the Holy Spirit. By doing so we can better appreciate God’s divine gift to His greatly blessed and deeply loved people.
by Terri Eddington, Ariana Del Signore
  • by David Bensinger
In this first of two parts, we will discuss the current status, as of writing, of the civil war in Myanmar and how our brethren are doing. We continue to be careful of listing certain names or places that might bring harm to our brethren.