UFC is a weird church. I have been a part of six churches thus far in my life. I have heard the sermons, volunteered in the ministries, attended the events, and gotten to know the people in each of these churches, but of all six of them, UFC is definitely the weirdest. I will tell you why: I never stop hearing the gospel! It’s everywhere! UFC is like a broken record endlessly repeating the good news of Jesus!
Editor’s Note: Today we're closing out our incredible study of Malachi with the testimony of Charis Odell, who reminds us that Jesus chose, loves, and calls each one of us. May the story of God's faithfulness in her life encourage you to share your own story of faith with others.
Many of you know the amazing Susie Watkins, who serves our church in our ministries to children and to missionaries. Today she shares a bit of her faith and family stories as they relate to what we are studying this week from Malachi 3. It's a joy to welcome her back to ufcwomen.blog.
We count it a joy to welcome Marla Pellum to the blog today for our sixth and final testimony in our Come and See series. You met her sister, Gina Hedlind, last week as she shared her faith journey. While these women have common experiences, especially from childhoods in a deeply religious but empty church tradition, God has given them unique stories for His glory. We praise Him!
It's a joy to welcome Gina Hedlind to the blog today as she shares her faith story with us.