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Control or Lead? - October 2018

By Stan Gleason     Many years ago, an Apostolic elder said something to me that I will never forget: “Every pastor must make a decision whether they will control dozens or lead thousands.” Leaders can release those who follow them by believing in them enough to train them and then trust them wit

Better Together - October 2018

By P. Daniel Buford     A primary reason the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) exists is because we can do more to fulfill God’s Great Commission together than we can separately. We are better together.

Building God's House - September 2018

By David K. Bernard The church is not a physical building but the congregation of God’s people. While the new birth is a personal experience, people aren’t saved in isolation but as part of the church. Individual believers are living stones, and the church is a temple built from those stones.

The Power of the Church - September 2018

By P. Daniel Buford     The early Greek and Roman armies understood the value of unity in warfare. One effective tactic was the use of the phalanx formation.

The Foundation - August 2018

By Jerry Jones     Not so long ago, I heard a preacher preaching from the sixth chapter of Hebrews. I was shocked and saddened by his comments on this wonderful passage:

 

There is a Better Way - August 2018

By P. Daniel Buford     It seems there is always a better way—faster, more efficient, more effective, or more thorough. A better mousetrap. A better route. A better new-and-improved formula.

 

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By Stan Gleason     Many years ago, an Apostolic elder said something to me that I will never forget: “Every pastor must make a decision whether they will control dozens or lead thousands.” Leaders can release those who follow them by believing in them enough to train them and then trust them...

By P. Daniel Buford     A primary reason the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) exists is because we can do more to fulfill God’s Great Commission together than we can separately. We are better together.

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By David K. Bernard The church is not a physical building but the congregation of God’s people. While the new birth is a personal experience, people aren’t saved in isolation but as part of the church. Individual believers are living stones, and the church is a temple built from those stones....