Friday, August 28, 2015

Universal One Church Newsletter and Bulletin 8.30.15

logoinsignia


Universal One Church Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, August 30th, 2015 

"The Universal One Church ordains men and/or women from throughout the world to serve in all facets of Christian Ministry. All 50 States and more countries accept our ordination than any other." 
https://www.facebook.com/UniversalLifeChurchHQ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/105143879082926324574/+UniversalonechurchOrgUSA/posts https://twitter.com/ULCNETWORK https://www.pinterest.com/ulcnetwork/universal-life-church-world-headquarters/


josephinebsmith
Brother Michael's Notebook

It has been a rough past two weeks for our Universal One Church family. One of our full time ministers was diagnosed with cancer, another passed away very unexpectedly during a minor, routine surgical procedure. I hope this week's newsletter doesn't bore you, yet I have to write this, it is my way of grieving and to celebrate the life of Reverend Josephine B. Smith. I spoke with her 24 year old daughter last night on the telephone. I hope I didn't do more harm than good as we both were in tears. I had no idea how fantastic an individual Josephine B. Smith was. I knew she was committed to Christ and was one of our more active ministers. But I did not know everything.

About a year ago Rev. Josephine moved from Hinesville, Georgia to Omaha, NE. She never told me why with exception to the fact she needed to do it for financial reasons. Unknown to me at the time, Reverend Josephine B. Smith in addition to her ministerial work, was caring for her four nieces and nephews, ages 16, 14, 13 and 10. She was caring for them because her sister passed away from lupus. There was no father in their lives, as the father to this day is unknown.


Josephine moved to Omaha to be with her daughter who serves in the military full time. She did not move to Omaha to die. Her 24 year old daughter has now been left to raise these four children. There is no other family member to help her out. If the children were placed in foster care they would be for certain split apart from one another.

We have a 24 year old young woman, enlisted in the US Armed Services who at any time could receive orders to transfer or for action overseas. The military is aware of the situation, but that is no guarantee. Furthermore we have a 24 year caring for a 16, 14, 13 and 10 year old, she is not much older than the 16 year old. Plus this young woman just lost her mother completely unexpected. WOW!


heavensangel



Here are some things Josephine B. Smith has published on her minister profile over the past several years, I want to share these with you so Josephine's ministry can live on within each of us:


Josephine Smith - "Last Sunday and the past weeks Bible studies were awesome.....This past Wednesday's Bible study consist of the teaching of The Laws of the Bible. Study, obey, love, teach, testify and etc....."

Josephine Smith - "A real walk of faith is foundational if someone sense the call into ministry...."

Josephine Smith - "Communion Sunday was last Sunday (Nov. 3, 2013)...had a wonderful time..... Church again this Sunday in Riceboro Ga. at 10 am to 2 pm."

Josephine Smith - "Every week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) I look forward in having Bible Studies with fellow brothers and sisters in Christ... Totally awesome! God is so wonderful!!"

Josephine Smith - "The thing I find so amazing about the Father, is how forgiving the He is, when we truly ask for forgiveness of our faults/sins. Even though there will be consequences and repercussions for our actions, He loves and forgives us. He can see into our hearts and knows if we are truly humble. He is an all knowing, majestic, ombudsman, omnipotent, no words can describe you, FATHER. Thank you for you precious Son Jesus.... If it had not been for him sacrificing Himself for us, we would be truly lost. Father, forgive me for all of my arrogance, I ask for your forgiveness of all of my, even my children, grandchildren and family sins. I ask for you to make me whole again, keep me forever gracious and loving in Your sight. Strengthen us daily, lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. I want to do your Will, teach me Father... In your Son Jesus name I pray..... Amen'

Josephine Smith - "Since I was 13 years old I gave myself to the LORD... Back in 1995 I experienced a supernatural anointing (pouring on my head)....which I ran from the calling. Many years... along the way, I had a few pit falls. After going through trails, tribulations, belittling, and situations, the LORD though it all was with me. I had also lost confidence in myself....thinking I could not do what God wanted me to do. I had to learn that through Christ who strengthens me that I am a (chosen) child of God. These past seven years of my life.... I have rededicated my life fully unto the LORD and I will not turn back. God has been truly awesome to me and my family. I want all of Him and none of me. I worship, adore and honor him daily. Through the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.... I will instill all the teachings, experiences and educations that I have about the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit (Trinity) to all mankind, including my family. Blessings to all Minister J. Smith"

Reverend Josephine B. Smith was 52 years old, born into this world on December 17th, 1962. If you can find it your heart to help out her daughter, please call her daughter directly at 402-779-5197. May the Holy Spirit guide these young children on the right pathway and protect them from the evils from this world.
moneyinthebible



How many references to money are there in the bible?



The Bible offers 500 verses on prayer, fewer than 500 verses on faith, and more than 2,000 verses on money. In fact, 15 percent of everything Jesus ever taught was on the topic of money and possessions — more than His teachings on heaven and hell combined.

Those who say Jesus did not need money for survival or his ministry or that money was never mentioned in the Bible have never read the Bible.

So what did Jesus himself do for money? He had no paid employment during his 3 year preaching, teaching and healing ministry. As a young man he was a carpenter. After leaving his carpentry and, later, his home town, what did Jesus do for money? Where did his money come from? Luke (Luke 8: 1-3) tells us: Jesus went from town to town, proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom of God; and in addition to ‘The Twelve’ male disciples there was a group of women who had been healed, including Mary Magdalene, Joanna and Susanna. Luke writes that “these women were helping to support them out of their own means” (8:3). So those who had money were financially helping the ministry and supporting Jesus.

All Churches and/or ministries need money to operate. ALL Christian Ministers donate their own money to the Church they Pastor and/or were ordained through. As Shepherds of the flock, we lead by example. As we do our parishioners and/or followers will do. Our parishioners and/or followers include those we perform marriages for.  If you are not charging a fee or expecting a donation, you are being foolish. Why? Because you are spending your own money on gas and etc. Furthermore you are taking time away from your family to perform the service.

There are exceptions, some people do not have the money to pay to you a fee or donation to marry them. In these instances you as a minister need to seriously consider whether this couple should be married?

While we do not expect of those we marry to be rich, we as ministers should expect of them to be financially stable. Why? Poor finances is a big reason for divorce. Based on my own experience I have turned down for financial reasons at least four couples who requested of me to marry them. I will not marry a couple when they are not prepared financially to leave the nest and go out and live on their own. I believe it is a sin to do so. I will not marry a couple when one or both are unemployed and they do not have the monetary means to support themselves. Of these four couples I turned down, NOT ONE of these couples are they still together today. To the best of my knowledge I have never married any couple, who have ended up in a divorce.

I believe as a minister I will be held accountable for every marriage I officiate or individual that I ordain. Marriage and Ordination in my eyes are sacraments. They are vows made to your partner and in the case of ordination your partner is God. I do not take lightly those looking to get married or those looking to be ordained.

Yes many people get upset with me for not marrying or ordaining them! However - I am the one who will answer to God and when I stand before God I will do so based on my own sins, not based on the sins of others!


neardeathexperience




Why the Dying See Their Deceased Relatives Before They Go – And What My Dying Mom Told Me She Saw



August 28, 2015 By Jen Engevik Ref:

My quest to understand what the dying see began when I found out that my mom only had a few months (if that) to live. I wanted to be familiar with the stages she would go through and how I could best be there for her.

One of the things I read about the dying is that often they see deceased relatives or friends right before the end. In the world I grew up in (as a Seventh Day Adventist), I was taught that such things simply couldn’t happen. Yet, I read and heard story after story of men, women and children on their deathbeds who saw their dead mothers, fathers, grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters and friends. The same is true with people who experience “near-death experiences.”

The logical response to this phenomena is that lack of oxygen and the consumption of various drugs can do crazy things to the brain. Who knows what can occur when a person is hanging on by a thread?

As we neared the last days of my mom’s death, I so wanted to understand what she was feeling and seeing. The day before she took her last breath I decided to ask her.

First I wanted to make sure she could comprehend what I was saying. I told her I loved her, and she raised her eyebrows in acknowledgement. Then I shared a funny story about a conversation my sister and I had. The corners of her mouth turned up in a smile. I could tell that she was taking in every word.

And then I went for it.


crossingover



“Mom, can I ask you a really serious question?” She turned her head and opened her eyes fully. I could tell she wanted to grasp every word that came out of my mouth.


“Mom, do you see any of our dead relatives in the room? Do you see your dad?” she shook her head to indicate “no.”

“Do you see your mom,” she shook her head.

“Do you see dad?” (my dad had died when I was 10). Her response was quite different this time. She began nodding her head to indicate “yes.”

“Is he here in this room right now?” she nodded. “Can he see me?” she nodded again. And then she tried to communicate with words, but was frustrated when she couldn’t get the words out. I could tell she wanted to share her reality with me so badly.

The next day mom was in a different realm. She wasn’t responding to me or my family members, yet she was having full-on inaudible conversations with a being I couldn’t see. Maybe my dad?

At times she would become quite animated, speaking deep within her throat and making guteral sounds. At one point, she kept shaking her head and saying “no.” It was obvious she was fighting something. I sat down next to her and tried to hold her. My sister also came into the room to let mom know she was there. I then called my brother and let him say hello.

Shortly thereafter, mom began having conversations again. When she spoke to the invisible being this time, it was as though they were having a cohesive conversation — one that I still couldn’t understand because by that time her vocal chords were shot. She’d talk and then listen and talk again. It was as though she was trying to make sense of what she was being told.

The conversation ended, and a bit later her body constricted. Her brow furrowed. Then something profound happened. Her soul (the mom I loved and treasured so much) completely left her body. Her body continued to breathe, but there were no more conversations. No more frowns or grimaces when you’d adjust her legs or back.

What I saw led me to conclude that she finally agreed to go. Could it be possible that she went with my dad? That he was sent to take her away and keep her safe along the way?

While I can’t be certain, this is what it seemed to be.

According to David Kessler, author and expert on death and dying, the following things often happen when a person is about to die.

The dying are often visited by their dead mothers.
Their hands often reach up toward a force that can’t be seen. (My mom did this)
Family members and friends of the dying can’t see their visions or participate in conversations.
Visions often occur hours to weeks before they die.

While there is no “proof” that their visions and communication with deceased family members or friends are real, some death and dying experts are adamant they should be taken seriously.

“People think it’s just confusion or the drugs,” explains Maggie Callanan. As a hospice nurse for more than 27 years, she has helped more than 2,000 dying men and women in their last days. “But frankly, the confusion is ours. The patient knows what is going on.”

Dr. Martha Twaddle, chief medical officer of the Midwest Palliative & Hospice Care Center, explains further: “You can write it off and say it’s a hallucination, they’re not getting enough oxygen in their brain, but no, it doesn’t apply to many people in these situations. I have to believe they are transitioning; they are in a phase we don’t understand physically or metaphysically. And it is profoundly reassuring to see it happen.”

Following the death of my Mom, I am more open to the idea that something amazing (like my father being there to take my mom away) may occur. The experience is one I can never forget — and honestly I never want to forget.

Just a few weeks ago, I was wondering why I haven’t had many dreams of my mom since she died. As I was driving home from work, I said out loud, “Mom, it’s about time you come and visit me in a dream! Where are you anyway?” I then laughed it off and enjoyed my drive through my favorite canyon.

That night while I was sleeping, it happened. I had one of the most lucid dreams I’ve had in a long time. Mom was dressed beautifully. She peered at me with a HUGE smile. Her eyes were bright and full of life. She was happier than I had seen her in years. And she was younger, maybe her 45 or 50-year-old self. We didn’t exchange any words, but it was clear that she is healed, happy and free.

I woke up with joy in my heart.

Here is a comment left by Brother Michael in regard to this article:

"Speaking from personal experience I had an NDE in 2003, it was my adoptive father who came to my rescue, because it was not my time. It was a result of near fatal accident, not from a physical death of natural causes. You can't communicate with spirit as you do here in the physical world. It is not possible, instead you communicate telepathically. It is as if you know from within the message they wish to convey. My father saved my life from the spiritual world. The incident also provided more awareness of the spiritual world and that friends and loved ones who precede you in crossing over serve as your spiritual guides throughout your existence in the physical world. When we lose someone younger than ourselves unexpectedly, there is most certainly a reason. Their death is not without good cause, it is because their fate is to be a spiritual guide for someone here in the physical world. To us they die young, however there is not really a death, it is just that their time here in the physical world is done and it is their time to return home."


 Yours in Christ!

~ Brother Michael



http://www.mcssl.com/store/1e74ee19a212441087bf6f653167c7/ministry-supplies 

 http://www.universalonechurchministers.org/


Universal One Church  (U1C)
Contact Information & Mission Statement
logoinsignia

 
===========
Universal One Church, Inc.
803 Tallahassee Street
Carrabelle, FL. 32322-3220 USA
Phone: (850)720-1061

Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message

Email: brothermichael@universalonechurch.org 
Visit Our Website at: http://www.universalonechurch.org 
=========== 

Mission Statement: 

"The Universal One Church defends the unborn, feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, educates the young, welcomes refugees, and cares for the sick, both at home and abroad. They believe the Bible is the verbally inspired, inerrant Word of God. The Universal One Church is born, one in Christ, with a precise, but open identity, that embraces the whole world, without exception" 

Ordination 

"A vocation is a fruit that ripens in a well cultivated field of mutual love that becomes mutual service, in the context of an authentic ecclesial life. No vocation is born of itself or lives for itself. A vocation flows from the heart of God and blossoms in the good soil of faithful people, in the experience of fraternal love. We are designed with a dreaming brain and a hopeful spirit; it is our nature to envision the life of our dreams. And while dreaming comes easy to us, we must never forget that it takes strength, dedication, and courageous action to bring that dream to life."

Do you wish to pursue a vocation in ministry - become a minister, get ordained or serve as a wedding officiant? We provide ordination to men and women enabling work in all facets of Christian Ministry within the USA, Canada, UK, Africa, South America, Germany, India, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Japan, Australia, China, Mexico and many other countries throughout the world. 

Summary 

The Universal One Church as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the ends of the earth and to the every corner of the globe. The Universal One Church offers weekly Sunday Services, Bible Study and faith based programming on the Universal One Church Radio Network through iHeartRadio.
=====

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Universal One Church Newsletter and Bulletin 8.23.15

logoinsignia


Universal One Church Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 

"The Universal One Church ordains men and/or women from throughout the world to serve in all facets of Christian Ministry. All 50 States and more countries accept our ordination than any other." 
https://www.facebook.com/UniversalLifeChurchHQ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/105143879082926324574/+UniversalonechurchOrgUSA/posts https://twitter.com/ULCNETWORK https://www.pinterest.com/ulcnetwork/universal-life-church-world-headquarters/


stgeorgeislandfloridasign
Universal One Church is Minutes Away From St. George Island Beach



Brother Michael's Notebook

The very first Minister I ordained as Presiding Bishop of this Church was actually a couple. On September 5th, 2010, I ordained Rev. Mary Morrow Farrell and her husband, Fr. Leslie Farrell who are from Philadelphia, PA. I could not have chosen two more deserving people. Two individuals who have devoted their lives to ministering the faith and to public service.
farrellpicture


They are co-founders of BNB Ministries, Co-sponsor/Partners of Diplomat-in-Residence Program of La Salle University, La Salle University Art Museum, Waldorf School of Philadelphia, Imperfect Gallery of Germantown, Historic Germantown, The Rebecca Davis Dance Company (programs reaching underserved children in Rwanda, Guinea and Bosnia-Herzegovina), Center for Justice and Peacebuilding and Eastern Mennonite University. Rev. Mary Morrow Farrell is a Seventh generation clairvoyant, mystic and medium, translator/linguist (German/Spanish), an accomplished musician and music teacher, photographer and designer.

Rev. Mary Morrow Farrell is the daughter of famed Philanthropist, Theordore Morrow and Dr. Dorcas Stoltzfus Morrow Rev. Mary Morrow-Farrell attended LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA. and Canterbury University in the United Kingdom. Get to know more about these amazing people today by reaching out to them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/mmorrowfarrell

 
cesidiotallini
Rev. Cesidio Tallini, International Ambassador Universal One Church

Another one of our long term Ministers is Rev. Cesidio Tallini. Cesidio lives near New York City and I believe he considers himself to be a resident of this country, but yet has strong ties to Italy. Cesidio serves as our International Ambassador and helps us out immensely with international news on a daily basis. Here is an introduction written by Cesidio himself:

Had to write this introduction about myself for a future interview:

From a purely geographic perspective, I was born and have lived most of my life in North America, in the New York metropolitan area, but I also spent my formative years, about 11 altogether, in Europe, specifically in Italy.

At my earliest recollection — I was about 7 or 8 years old then — I used to change my voice to sound like a Martian. It wasn't just a child's game. I actually felt like a Martian, like a non-earthly alien.

About a year or two later I was domiciled in Italy, and I was still the alien, and this time I was «l'americano», the American. I didn't look much different than the average blondish Italian, and my American accent disappeared very quickly by the time I was 10 or 11 years old. Yet I continued to be «l'americano», and girls didn't treat me like I was «italiano» or Italian either.

 
usaitalyflag
Universal One Church, United States and Italy
When I was 18 years old, and I came back more or less permanently to the United States, and I became the alien again, and this time I was considered "Italian-American". I didn't fit the stereotype of that kind of person either, people who either speak Italian only fluently, or American English only fluently, but that was the way I was described and treated.

I didn't have black skin, yet I have experienced prejudice or xenophobia all my life, and both in the United States and in Italy. I experienced prejudice or xenophobia from all kinds of people, even from university professors.

Even 18 years later, at the ripe age of 36, I still didn't feel like the Italian-American people thought I was, and by then I actually was the only non-African person serving the African-American community of Cambria Heights, New York, through a local non-profit. The truth about my real ethnicity would become clear only later.

The truth is that I was never a US American even in my coming-of-age years, and I never became an Italian-American as an adult, because I was already developing my own unique ethnicity, heritage, and religion, which simply was not being acknowledged by most people, but not by all people.

Today, in fact, I also share many traits of so-called micronationalists, but in truth I'm also not fully accepted by most of them, and I'm very different, because micronationalists 99.9 percent of the time are actually nationals of an imaginary nation. I, on the other hand, am religiously a Cesidian (my curia or religion), and at least two different active churches or religious organizations today recognize that religious identity; and ethnically I am a UMMOA national (my nationality), and at least three active secessionist organizations, and even one US government agency, recognize today that ethnic identity, even recognize it as an internationally-distributed polity.

While I have been considered US American or Italian-American for most of my life by most people, I was later adopted by both Native Americans and Native Africans. I have also proudly served as the real, and perhaps first Counsellor of Antarctica for one of Antarctica's actual 11 Natives, and I have also served an Asian INGO internationally with great distinction.

So under a purely legalistic perspective I'm a native-born American citizen, yet interesting enough I cannot legally become the next president of the United States! I'm also an undocumented European citizen, despite being entirely European by blood.

More realistically, however, I am actually a Native American national by adoption by a Native American traditional organization, that is acknowledged by some recognized Native American tribes, bands, or traditional communities. Moreover, I am also a fully documented African national, despite not having a drop of African blood.

In conclusion, therefore, today I'm a 53 year old Cesidian religiously, a unique form of Judeo-Christianity. I am also a United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago or UMMOA national, a recognised internationally-distributed polity. I am also an aboriginal Sabellian, which is not the same thing as a non-indigenous Roman, Italian, or European of today, people who actually treat me like an alien; and I am also fully accepted by some Native Americans and Native Africans, and I have proudly served some Native Antarcticans and Native Asians.

I am the Bishop and Primate of my church and religion; the Governor and Guru of my nation and growing continent (UMMOA-GEO); the Paramount Chief of my confederation of tribes (Ryamecah Confederation); and the Chief Magistrate of my race (Hernici Tribe). I am also an independent scholar of some renown, and the author of several books.

             HMRD Cesidio Tallini, Sachem Wequarran Archimedes, or BCT: http://wikinfo.org/w/index.php/Cesidio_Tallini and http://bct.pe

             Cesidian Church: http://cesidian.ch

             United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA): http://ummoa.com and http://ummoa.info

             Ryamecah Confederation: http://ryamecah.com

             Hernici Tribe: http://hernici.com

             Global Earth Oceans (GEO): http://geoceans.com and http://geo.casa

donationstithesbible
Support The Universal One Church


All Churches and/or ministries need money to operate. One of the most important things we do is to raise money to help other non-profits or those in need. I hear so many times how Jesus did not need money. No Jesus did not need money. Jesus was a drifter, if he had a home, a family, a Church and if he was living in 2015, Jesus Christ just like anyone else would need to prioritize an incoming cash flow.

Secondly none of us can change water to wine or create baskets of food to feed the multitudes of 5,000 men, women and children from five loaves of bread and two fish. We need to purchase such things. If 5000 men went to McDonalds and spent $5.00 that is $25,000.00 alone.

ALL Christian Ministers donate their own money to the Church they Pastor and/or were ordained through. As Shepherds of the flock, we lead by example.

I have noticed on the internet that most "real" Christian ordination services that provide succession and lineage like we do, they charge their ministers a minimum monthly tithe, over and above annual renewal. Our $82.80 annual renewal is extremely minimal. Anyone who takes issue, is not strong in their conviction and should not be a minister.

The Universal One Church helps out many 1000's throughout the world. We help many of our own ministers. As Presiding Bishop I hope the day never comes where we cannot help one of our own Ministers who are truly in need of help.

10% of all incoming revenue goes to the Children's Miracle Network which supports over 500 non-profits - Alzheimer's Foundation of America, American Cancer Society, American Diabetes Association, American Pediatric Cancer Society, American Red Cross, ARC Gateway, ASPCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Camp Happy Days, Cause For Paws, Children's Dental Health Association, Children's Miracle Network, Defenders of Wildlife, Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, Feed The Children, Flat Top Volunteer Fire Department, Focus on The Family, Gospel For Asia, Greenpeace, Habitat For Humanity - AR, MI, MS and Las Vegas, International Coalition of Youth For Christ, It takes a Village, Inc., Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Kids For Hunger, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Mariah Joyce Harrison Youth Foundation, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Pius XI High School, Primary Children's Hospital, Racine County Food Bank, Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army, Shriners Hospitals For Children, St Jude Children's Hospital, Susan G. Komen Crest Cancer, Toys For Tots, UNICEF, United Way, Upside of Downs, and many more!
 
churchdonation
Support The Universal One Church

In addition we make monthly contributions to St Jude Children's Research Hospital of Memphis, TN.

Over the past two years we have spent over $10,000.00 on helping inmates getting established upon their release and helping families of those incarcerated.

Recently we paid off a $1500.00 Title Loan for a young family with a child to prevent loss of their one vehicle.

Recently we paid off a $400.00 payday loan for a young couple with children.

In the past five years we have helped over twenty five of our own ministers with food, utility bills, rent or mortgage and medical bills.

We paid airfare for one of ministers to return from Hawaii who went there to take a job that was promised, but not available upon his arrival.

We paid bus fare for a minister from Central Illinois to Tallahassee, FL. and put him up in the rectory for several months, with room an board as he had no other place to go.

We paid bus fare for a minister from Los Angeles, CA. to Tallahassee, FL. and put him up in the rectory for six months, with room and board as he had no other place to go.

We helped one of our ministers pay child support, rather than go to jail.

We have purchased two laptops for two different ministers.

We helped one of our ministers in Flint, MI. who pastors a Church purchase a vehicle.

This is our job as a Non-Profit Church, as Ministers and as Liaisons for Jesus Christ. No Church, No Religious Organization enjoys asking for donations. However it is necessary to continually ask and for you to offer your monetary support. Please do so. The Bible very instructs of you to do so on a regular basis.

Yours in Christ!

~ Brother Michael



Universal One Church  (U1C)
Contact Information & Mission Statement
logoinsignia

 
===========
Universal One Church, Inc.
803 Tallahassee Street
Carrabelle, FL. 32322-3220 USA
Phone: (850)720-1061

Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message

Email: brothermichael@universalonechurch.org 
Visit Our Website at: http://www.universalonechurch.org 
=========== 

Mission Statement: 

"The Universal One Church defends the unborn, feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, educates the young, welcomes refugees, and cares for the sick, both at home and abroad. They believe the Bible is the verbally inspired, inerrant Word of God. The Universal One Church is born, one in Christ, with a precise, but open identity, that embraces the whole world, without exception" 

Ordination 

"A vocation is a fruit that ripens in a well cultivated field of mutual love that becomes mutual service, in the context of an authentic ecclesial life. No vocation is born of itself or lives for itself. A vocation flows from the heart of God and blossoms in the good soil of faithful people, in the experience of fraternal love. We are designed with a dreaming brain and a hopeful spirit; it is our nature to envision the life of our dreams. And while dreaming comes easy to us, we must never forget that it takes strength, dedication, and courageous action to bring that dream to life."

Do you wish to pursue a vocation in ministry - become a minister, get ordained or serve as a wedding officiant? We provide ordination to men and women enabling work in all facets of Christian Ministry within the USA, Canada, UK, Africa, South America, Germany, India, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Japan, Australia, China, Mexico and many other countries throughout the world. 

Summary 

The Universal One Church as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the ends of the earth and to the every corner of the globe. The Universal One Church offers weekly Sunday Services, Bible Study and faith based programming on the Universal One Church Radio Network through iHeartRadio.
=====