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Family Values - October 2019

By David K. Bernard     Christians are responsible to nurture their family relationships. Failure in this area will hinder or destroy our Christian example, while success is a great blessing in all aspects of life and ministry.

The Greatest Ability - October 2019

By P. Daniel Buford      Her name was Daisy. She was a pretty little thing. She was my first. Well, the first I had all to myself. The first two I shared with my brother.

Can You Sleep When the Wind Blows? - September 2019

By Scott Graham     On the Northern Atlantic Coast of the United States, a farmer was seeking to hire a farm hand. His was not exactly prime farming ground. When the plow bit in, turning the soil over row by row, he did not get the rich, black soil of the plains.

A Fork in the Road - September 2019

By P. Daniel Buford     I watch from a distance as an acquaintance approaches a fork in life’s road. I observe the hesitation of indecision, the halting step of uncertainty, and the knitted brow of questioning which road to take.

Black Pioneers in the UPCI - August 2019

By David K. Bernard     The United Pentecostal Church International was formed by a merger of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ (PAJC) and the Pentecostal Church Incorporated (PCI) in 1945, and initially its constituents were predominantly white.

Blest Be The Tie That Binds - August 2019

By P. Danial Buford     I just received an urgent message, “Please bind together with us in prayer.” The need was real, the request was genuine, but the message was a bit cryptic. I am thankful I understood it.

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By David K. Bernard     Christians are responsible to nurture their family relationships. Failure in this area will hinder or destroy our Christian example, while success is a great blessing in all aspects of life and ministry. Not all families are alike, and no family is perfect...

By P. Daniel Buford      Her name was Daisy. She was a pretty little thing. She was my first. Well, the first I had all to myself. The first two I shared with my brother.

Sonny was actually the first, but we only had him part-time in the summers...

By Scott Graham     On the Northern Atlantic Coast of the United States, a farmer was seeking to hire a farm hand. His was not exactly prime farming ground. When the plow bit in, turning the soil over row by row, he did not get the rich, black soil of the plains. Instead, he...