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Concerning Spiritual Gifts

The gift of the word of knowledge is a supernatural endowment of knowledge and is not associated with natural knowledge that results from intellectual pursuits. God is making something known to us outside the realm of study, what someone reveals to us, or what the Bible teaches. By Crawford D. Coon To View the Entire Article, […]

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The Original Plan of Salvation

Nicodemus a well-known and respected religious leader, meets with Jesus at night to avoid unfavorable public opinion. He was a Pharisee, which means he was very educated in his religion and practiced it with extreme devotion. He could be compared to a prominent degreed minister pastoring a large church in your city who went to […]

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The Eternal Reign of Christ

Since Christ’s kingdom never ends, His kingship never ends; and His everlasting Fatherhood never is gofng to end. The church is His bride (His wife), and it would be ridiculous to think that when He meets His bride He will give her away to someone else. The eternal Spirit will do the last work on […]

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Spiritual Warfare and Unity

You can have all truth. You can have great organization. You can have outstanding music. You can have anointed preaching. But, without unity the blessing of God cannot flow, the anointing cannot bless and God is hindered from working in your behalf. By Wendell Jellison To View the Entire Article, Click Here To Download the Entire […]

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Gathering Laborers for the Harvest

How do you get the leaders and workers needed to staff an expanding organization and insure a growing, healthy church? Remember the promise of the Apostle Paul in Philippians 4:19: “But God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in Glory by Christ Jesus.” Surely the need for quality leadership and faithful workers […]

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The Method of Transition from Flesh to the Spirit

So the seeker, in faith, feeling the strong welling up of hope and love within him, responding to this tender pres­ence that has come to him as he honestly and faithfully made the initial approach that I have described, turns his face toward the realm of the Spirit, as one lifts his face to a […]

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A Misplaced Mystery (Newsletter 3-7)

A Misplaced Mystery Informative and enjoyable, straightforward yet non-antagonistic, Bro. Landon Davis’ book, A Misplaced Mystery, will reinforce your beliefs, answer questions, and increase your understanding of the Oneness doctrine. With many resources expounding on this topic that are either introductory or exhaustive, Bro. Davis wanted his book to fit somewhere in between. “I tried […]

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UPCI “Director of Promotion” Appointed (Newsletter 3-7)

UPCI “Director of Promotion” Appointed Recently appointed Director of Promotion for the General Youth Division (GYD) of the UPCI, IBC alumnus Justin Reinking shares his journey and aspirations for the department. His new mission includes that of overseeing the creation of promotional materials, maintaining the webpage, organizing the social media team, updating and maintaining the […]

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A Ministry for Musicians (Newsletter 3-7)

A Ministry for Musicians A dream began in the heart and mind of Bro. Jeromy Hoffee several years ago as he traveled and worked with church music programs across the country. “It became clear to me that the UPCI needed a music division to offer support for music directors, musicians, singers and all those involved […]

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Right in the Eyes of the Lord

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works” (II Timothy 3:16-17). By Denene Pelkey To View the Entire Article, Click Here To Download the Entire Article, Outline, or PowerPoint, […]

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The Ultimate Follower of Christ

While he was on the way to Egypt something very strange happened. Moses became sick and was almost killed by the Lord. From all indications, it appeared that he wanted to avoid a disagreement with his wife. (Haven’t we all been there.) It seems that she did not want to circumcise their son as Moses […]

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Fasting

Fasting is something that should be done regularly—not just when there is a desperate need. Granted, it is easier to fast when there is a situation for which you are burdened, but the Word teaches us we need to fast regularly to bring our bodies under subjection to the Spirit. It is a good idea […]

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New Creature New Life New (Victorious) Habits

My husband owns his own violin business. One of the aspects of his business is repairing instruments. This requires very special, extremely sharp knives. Occasionally, those knives need to be re-sharpened. He has special stones that he uses for this purpose. He knows his knives are sharp enough when he can cut the hair on […]

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The Four Most Successful Methods of Evangelism

So here are your “chain-saws.” These four methods have brought more lasting results for the amount of effort extended than any other ministry or program. Of course, there are other methods that have worked. But these are the most successful, the most common, and the most easily adapted to all churches, large or small. By […]

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Recovery From Burns

When they entered the city their appearance there caused quite a stir. The people were shocked, and voiced their shock. Naomi, who once was so sweet, was now more sour, and blamed God for the poverty and desolation she had endured. The cup of bitterness she was partaking of was not an act of God, […]

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Prayer and Fasting

II Corinthians 10: 4-5, “(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth it­self’ against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ:” By Wendell Jellison To View […]

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