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Vision 2020 - January 2020

By David K. Bernard     This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI). Our theme for 2020 is “Vision.” At our General Conference in St.

Turning Over Our Leaf - January 2020

By P. Daniel Buford    Late one spring I walked through a gorgeous garden filled with beautiful flowers—Double Knock-Out roses, Gerber daisies, Stella d’Oro day lilies, and tropical ruffled hibiscus.

Christmas is the Time of "No T" - December 2019

By Scott Graham     A word that has long been associated with this season is “Noel.” The word is actually French, but it entered the English language perhaps as early as the 1300s. It simply means . . . Christmas!

Giving is the Best Gift - December 2019

Giving is the best gift. Giving beats getting every time. Well, almost every time. While I can remember some Christmas gifts I have received down through the years, I can also remember several gifts I have given.

The Sinful Nature - November 2019

By David K. Bernard     Paul stated the human dilemma in Romans 7:14: “I am carnal; sold under sin.” What does this statement mean, and what is the remedy?

It's Hard To Be Thankful When You're Hurting - November 2019

By P. Daniel Buford     “Be careful when you try to help a wounded animal. It might bite you.” As I reached to help the injured dog, Dad’s words from the past rang in my ears.

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By David K. Bernard     This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI). Our theme for 2020 is “Vision.” At our General Conference in St. Louis on September 22–25, 2020, we will celebrate our heritage and...

By P. Daniel Buford    Late one spring I walked through a gorgeous garden filled with beautiful flowers—Double Knock-Out roses, Gerber daisies, Stella d’Oro day lilies, and tropical ruffled hibiscus. One flower bed, with its fragrant flowers in full bloom, was...

By Scott Graham     A word that has long been associated with this season is “Noel.” The word is actually French, but it entered the English language perhaps as early as the 1300s. It simply means . . . Christmas!

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