United Church of God

United News: November 2010

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  • by Peter Holmes
Racism is an evil attitude, a special form of hatred; and it drives people of all races to commit unthinkable and evil acts. How can we learn to purge racist attitudes from our hearts and be reconciled to one another as members of the family of God?
  • by Janet Treadway
From time to time I feel down and start feeling sorry for myself in a "woe is me" kind of attitude.
  • by Mary Lou Richmond
When we moved up in technology and purchased a digital camera, I did not know how to choose just one picture and download it on my computer.
  • by Michael Kelley
The Feast is over. You drive home with your thoughts consumed by the wonderful experiences, the marvelous spiritual food and the warm fellowship with old friends and new people you've met for the first time during the past eight days.
  • by Jeremy Lallier
The first winter in the New World came quickly for the 102 Pilgrims who stepped off the Mayflower.
  • by Carol Emerson
How is it possible to love someone you consider your enemy?
  • by Jeremy Lallier
Is a state of mind where God doesn't matter to us really where we want to be?
  • by Eric Johnson
I'm sure many of us have experienced life hazards or have escaped bodily harm in one form or another. After 40 years I still remember two instances that happened to me while growing up. Both of these events happened by the time I was 11 years old and both seem instrumental in how God called my father and me into His Church.