Feature: That All May Come

““That all may come” is certainly the focus of the First United Pentecostal Church in Augusta, Maine. Pastor Rick L. Stoops and his wife, Shari, have pastored the church since 1982 with that specific focus. They have three sons: Eric (38), Shane (36), Zachary (20) and one daughter, Sararuth (30).”  more...

 

Opinions:   Communion.  Pastors and ministers discuss their varying views of Communion services and practices.  Click on  more… to see the entire article.

 


Plainly Speaking: Oneness Theology

“We, as believers in Oneness, understand that Jesus was just as perfectly human as He was God. We know that in His humanity He needed strength from the Spirit just as any other human would in a time of need. This does not take away from the fact that He is God manifest in flesh. Just because He prayed to God who dwelt in Him as His Spirit and divine nature does not take away from Him being God Almighty. Jesus on earth was God manifest in flesh.”      more…

 

 


Guest Pulpit: The Influence of Truth on Thought

“The religion of materialism says this, “If you cannot weigh it, measure it, or see it in a microscope, it really doesn’t exist.” There is no way to weigh a mind or put it under a microscope. People think having the brain, the intelligence, or a high IQ is the answer to the problems of our world. I know people with a high IQ who are likely to die without God, yet after hearing truth will still die without God. I know others who have a moderate IQ and turn out to be some of the greatest workers in the Kingdom of God.”  …..More…

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