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We Can’t Just Sing Louder

Oct 10th, 2018 Kevin Burzynski
  by Robert L. Rodenbush   In August of 2018 we went to the 50th Jubilee Celebration of the UPCI Church of Ghana, West Africa. In 1968 my parents became the first resident missionaries to Ghana, where they spent 10 years pioneering UPCI churches, Bible schools, primary schools and preaching points all over the country … more »

How to Stop Effeminacy

May 1st, 2018 Paige Lohrman
    by Bobby Killmon How do we stop the growing amount of effeminacy that’s infiltrating our movement? Well, first we have to work on definitions. Paul lays out clearly in I Cor. 6:9-10 that those who are effeminate (Grk. μαλακοὶ) will not inherit the Kingdom of God. So, we must admit this isn’t a … more »

Who Shall Roll Us Away The Stone?

Apr 20th, 2018 Paige Lohrman
    by Paul Mooney “And they said among themselves, Who shall roll us away the stone from the door of the sepulchre?” (Mark 16:3). It was a “great stone” that sealed the tomb, and those coming early in the morning to anoint the body of Jesus with sweet spices were discussing the obvious question: … more »

Lion Lights

Apr 3rd, 2018 Paige Lohrman
    by Robert Rodenbush Richard Turere, like many Masai Tribe boys in Kenya, was sent to guard and herd his family’s cattle at just age nine. Protecting the cattle and livestock is an important job in this area of Africa, as these valuable animals represent the majority of the family’s livelihood and survival. At … more »

Is it Better to Call Ourselves Simply “Christians”?

Mar 27th, 2018 Paige Lohrman
    by Bobby Killmon A new convert asked, if the Pentecostal movement has only come into existence in the past two centuries, why should we call ourselves Pentecostal? Wouldn’t it be better to call ourselves simply Christians? First of all, there has always been an Apostolic Church. Further, the NT Church was started on … more »
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