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Vertical Thought Webcast

Please join us  8 p.m. Eastern time on Friday, June 20, 2014  for our next exciting excursion into God’s Word. Little understood and certainly little used in our frantically imprudent world the June VTBC will explore from Scripture:  “PRUDENCE – the Better Part of Valor.”  We hope you can join us!

Join us for this month’s VTBC on Friday, May 16 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.  How does Jesus Christ define a “Woman” today? Join us for an hour long class about making the most of your potential as you pursue God’s way of life.

LIVE Webcast: Friday, March 14 at 8:00 PM Eastern - God created both man and woman. What did He expect of the first man in the Garden of Eden? And what does Jesus Christ expect of you as a man today?

What does it mean to be “all things to all people”?  The apostle Paul made that phrase famous in 1 Corinthians 9, but what does it mean for us today and how do you become all things to all people? Join us on Friday night, February 7, 2014, at 8 p.m. EST for the next Vertical Thought Bible Class (VTBC) where instructor Matthew Fenchel will discuss how becoming “all things to all people” is an important component in all of our human relationships. This live webcast will originate from the Ambassador Bible Center lecture hall in the home office of the United Church of God in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Vertical Thought Bible Class is produced especially for teens, young adults and “young” adults of all ages.

How do you find your one true love?  How do you identify the soul mate that God has prepared for you? True love may seem elusive, improbable or just a blind hope—but it can be found!  Join us Friday night at 8:00 Eastern Standard Time on January 10, 2014 for the next Vertical Thought Bible Class (VTBC) to learn all about “Dating True Love.”

How can you know what’s wrong, what’s right, what’s foolish, what’s wise? How can you “read” people, or even read yourself? How do you perceive whether someone is giving you a straight answer or not? How do you analyze an argument or idea to know whether it’s good or bad? How can you make plans for your life that will bring success and not failure?

That is the question that instructor Matthew Fenchel will address at the Ambassador Bible Center Lecture Hall in Milford, Ohio. He will lead you to the practical answers that teach how to successfully mature as a true Christian—including a short list of key questions you can test yourself with.

Join teens and young adults from around the world connecting via live webcast to learn insightful and helpful lessons from the Bible. A useful handout with group discussion questions will be available for download just before the YABC webcast begins.

The YABC is issue-driven—it will address current topics of concern and importance to youth and young adults. “Young adults” of all ages are welcome to join us! Each class will feature a downloadable handout connected to the webcast link. In addition to background on the topic and key Scripture passages, it will also contain several questions for you to discuss later with your friends and family.

“Most men will proclaim each his own goodness, but who can find a faithful (trustworthy) man?” (Proverbs 20:6 Proverbs 20:6Most men will proclaim every one his own goodness: but a faithful man who can find?
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, see also verse 7, NKJV). Shortly after entering Canaan, Joshua and the Israelites were faced with a situation that challenged their integrity — their agreement with the city-state of Gibeon. This YABC will delve into how they handled that situation and examine how important “integrity of the heart” (I Kings 9:4) is to God. We will also look at examples from David, Job, Ruth, Achan and Ananias, and discuss why integrity is a critical leadership component in all of our interpersonal relationships.

What really makes a leader? What one thing does a leader need to actually be a leader? There are many critical ingredients or components in effective leadership, but you must first learn to be part of this missing dimension in good leadership before you yourself are fit to lead.

Watch and listen as Randy Stiver and Matthew Fenchel address “The World’s Most Radical Scripture About Jesus Christ.” This key passage strikes at the heart of the traditional doctrines of Heaven and Hell. And it destroys the entire concept of the Immortal Soul even as it gives hope of eternal life to billions whom traditional Christianity thought were lost! This radical verse trumpets the wonderful news of God’s true justice and mercy.