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Philip’s Legacy

Philip’s Legacy

“The Apostle Philip was hung on a tree upside down with irons in his heels and ankles in Hierapolis in Asia Minor (Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 2011).” For many years I have used a simple song, “Yes, Jesus Loves Me” to memorize the names of the twelve apostles. The words are: “Jesus called them one […]

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The Care and Keeping of Converts

The Care and Keeping of Converts

John and Debbie Scott had high expectations as they walked down the aisle to be introduced to the congregation. A week before, John and Debbie had both received the Holy Ghost and were baptized. Now, they each testified of the wonderful change that their new experience had brought. The congregation rejoiced, obviously pleased to have […]

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Frank Emerson Curts: Laborer for Christ

Famed Indiana author, Kurt Vonnegut, once wrote: “I don’t know what it is about Hoosiers. But wherever you go there is always a Hoosier doing something very important there.” This was certainly true of the late Superintendent of the Ohio District of the United Pentecostal Church, Bro. Frank Curts, who hailed from Indiana but spent […]

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A Great Camp Season

2011 has been one of the greatest camp seasons of all time! Wow! Starting with the Sunday School camps under the leadership of Brother Adam Faulkner and his staff through the two Youth camps under the direction of outgoing youth president, Brother Greg Bowman, and incoming youth president, Brother Josh Anderson, and their staff – […]

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Important Decisions and God’s Will For Your Life

How does God make known His will to us? He revealed His will to Joseph in dreams, warning him to flee into Egypt with Mary and the child Jesus; and again, after the death of Herod, God instructed him in another dream to return to Palestine. God spoke directly to Samuel during the night, and […]

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