United Church of God

United News: September - October 2009

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In This Issue

  • by Dottie Seifert
What if you were blind, retired and in need of money for the Feast of Tabernacles?
  • by Becky Swope
Twice a month I sit down to the onerous task of paying our bills. Needless to say, this is not my favorite chore!
  • by Tim Groves
Are you ready to be a king? How about a priest? As joint heirs with Jesus Christ (Romans 8:16-17), what will we be doing during this time?
  • by Melody Hess
Growing closer to God requires replacing our carnal human nature with His divine nature through the power of His Holy Spirit.
  • by Dan Dowd
Before I was hired into the full-time ministry, my wife and I decided to do one last big project on our house in Rhode Island.
  • by Robert H Berendt
We all carry "pails" of attitudes; and when they spill, we tell the world what we really are like. It may be time to discover what attitudes we are carrying.
  • by Gregory Dullum
Why does God command us to rejoice at the Feast of Tabernacles? What could possibly keep us from naturally rejoicing during the highlight of the year?
  • by Jim Franks
By the time this issue of United News goes to press, the Feast of Tabernacles will be just six weeks away. With close to 22,000 brethren attending in over 60 sites around the world, the Feast is the major undertaking of the United Church of God on an annual basis.
  • by Mark Winner
There is nothing quite like spending the Feast of Tabernacles with family and friends in God's Church. How will our experiences during the Feast compare to those we have after Jesus Christ returns to this earth?