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Universal Life Church Newsletter and Bulletin - 9.28.14


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Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, September 28th, 2014
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Note: Three very important days for the Universal Life Church are September 29th,  the day we celebrate St. Michael the Archangel and the Order of St. Michael (OSM), October 4th, the day we celebrate St. Francis of Assisi and the Order of St. Francis (OSF) and October 17th, the day we celebrate St. Ignatius of Antioch, the founder of the Universal Life Church name in 107 AD.

~ Brother Michael


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Celebrates St Michael the Archangel

September 29th is the Feastday for St Michael the Archangel and this is not a Catholic Church thing, but again it is Biblical. The name Michael signifies "Who is like to God?" and was the warcry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven against satan and his followers. Holy Scripture describes St. Michael as "one of the chief princes," and leader of the forces of heaven in their triumph over the powers of hell. He has been especially honored and invoked as patron and protector by Christians.


Michael is mentioned three times in the Book of Daniel, once in Revelations and once in the book of Jude. Michael is one of three angels mentioned in the Bible, Gabriel and Lucifer being the other two. Michael announced to Mary, the Mother of our Lord Jesus as to her hour of death and Michael appeared to Joan of Arc. The oldest picture on record is a 13th century Byzantine icon found at St Catherine's Monastery at Sinai.

 Christians are "Soldiers of Christ" we all know of St Michael's heroics, but here is something to ponder. Joan of Arc was martyred because it was thought she was a witch, obviously they were wrong as God sent Michael to put Joan of Arc at ease and to reinforce his support to Joan of Arc as a Christian at the time of her death.

What is God telling us about pagans and wiccans?

Pagans and Wiccans tend to lash out at our God, they say we are hateful and that our God is not a loving God. They claim we murdered their brother and sister pagans, like Hitler murdered the Jews.



Here is my belief, I believe pagans and wiccans to be evil, insecure people easily led astray by satan. I believe in my heart unless they find Jesus Christ, they will not achieve salvation and/or eternal life. I further believe as Christians we are to distance ourselves from such evil and temptation. This is why I target lost sheep who become involved with these non-Christian social websites. You absolutely do not join them, instead you encourage others to distance themselves from the evil. Yet like with these other ULC's there will always be a few who come to Christ only to revert back because their faith is weak. It rips my guts out when such happens, but we must move on as we cannot help or change everyone.

Peace and Blessings to each of you and May God Bless the OSM and its Members!






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St Francis of Assisi

Feastday: October 4,
Patron and Animals, Merchants & Ecology
born:1181- died:1226

Founder of the Franciscan Order, born at Assisi in Umbria, in 1181.

In 1182, Pietro Bernardone returned from a trip to France to find out his wife had given birth to a son. Far from being excited or apologetic because he'd been gone, Pietro was furious because she'd had his new son baptized Giovanni after John the Baptist. The last thing Pietro wanted in his son was a man of God -- he wanted a man of business, a cloth merchant like he was, and he especially wanted a son who would reflect his infatuation with France. So he renamed his son Francesco -- which is the equivalent of calling him Frenchman.

Francis enjoyed a very rich easy life growing up because of his father's wealth and the permissiveness of the times. From the beginning everyone -- and I mean everyone -- loved Francis. He was constantly happy, charming, and a born leader. If he was picky, people excused him. If he was ill, people took care of him. If he was so much of a dreamer he did poorly in school, no one minded. In many ways he was too easy to like for his own good. No one tried to control him or teach him.


As he grew up, Francis became the leader of a crowd of young people who spent their nights in wild parties. Thomas of Celano, his biographer who knew him well, said, "In other respects an exquisite youth, he attracted to himself a whole retinue of young people addicted to evil and accustomed to vice." Francis himself said, "I lived in sin" during that time.

Francis fulfilled every hope of Pietro's -- even falling in love with France. He loved the songs of France, the romance of France, and especially the free adventurous troubadours of France who wandered through Europe. And despite his dreaming, Francis was also good at business. But Francis wanted more..more than wealth. But not holiness! Francis wanted to be a noble, a knight. Battle was the best place to win the glory and prestige he longed for. He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their longtime enemy, the nearby town of Perugia.

Most of the troops from Assisi were butchered in the fight. Only those wealthy enough to expect to be ransomed were taken prisoner. At last Francis was among the nobility like he always wanted to be...but chained in a harsh, dark dungeon. All accounts say that he never lost his happy manner in that horrible place. Finally, after a year in the dungeon, he was ransomed. Strangely, the experience didn't seem to change him. He gave himself to partying with as much joy and abandon as he had before the battle.

The experience didn't change what he wanted from life either: Glory. Finally a call for knights for the Fourth Crusade gave him a chance for his dream. But before he left Francis had to have a suit of armor and a horse -- no problem for the son of a wealthy father. And not just any suit of armor would do but one decorated with gold with a magnificent cloak. Any relief we feel in hearing that Francis gave the cloak to a poor knight will be destroyed by the boasts that Francis left behind that he would return a prince.

But Francis never got farther than one day's ride from Assisi. There he had a dream in which God told him he had it all wrong and told him to return home. And return home he did. What must it have been like to return without ever making it to battle -- the boy who wanted nothing more than to be liked was humiliated, laughed at, called a coward by the village and raged at by his father for the money wasted on armor.


Francis' conversion did not happen over night. God had waited for him for twenty-five years and now it was Francis' turn to wait. Francis started to spend more time in prayer. He went off to a cave and wept for his sins. Sometimes God's grace overwhelmed him with joy. But life couldn't just stop for God. There was a business to run, customers to wait on.

One day while riding through the countryside, Francis, the man who loved beauty, who was so picky about food, who hated deformity, came face to face with a leper. Repelled by the appearance and the smell of the leper, Francis nevertheless jumped down from his horse and kissed the hand of the leper. When his kiss of peace was returned, Francis was filled with joy. As he rode off, he turned around for a last wave, and saw that the leper had disappeared. He always looked upon it as a test from God...that he had passed.

His search for conversion led him to the ancient church at San Damiano. While he was praying there, he heard Christ on the crucifix speak to him, "Francis, repair my church." Francis assumed this meant church with a small c -- the crumbling building he was in. Acting again in his impetuous way, he took fabric from his father's shop and sold it to get money to repair the church. His father saw this as an act of theft -- and put together with Francis' cowardice, waste of money, and his growing disinterest in money made Francis seem more like a madman than his son. Pietro dragged Francis before the bishop and in front of the whole town demanded that Francis return the money and renounce all rights as his heir.

The bishop was very kind to Francis; he told him to return the money and said God would provide. That was all Francis needed to hear. He not only gave back the money but stripped off all his clothes -- the clothes his father had given him -- until he was wearing only a hair shirt. In front of the crowd that had gathered he said, "Pietro Bernardone is no longer my father. From now on I can say with complete freedom, 'Our Father who art in heaven.'" Wearing nothing but castoff rags, he went off into the freezing woods -- singing. And when robbers beat him later and took his clothes, he climbed out of the ditch and went off singing again. From then on Francis had nothing...and everything.

Francis went back to what he considered God's call. He begged for stones and rebuilt the San Damiano church with his own hands, not realizing that it was the Church with a capital C that God wanted repaired. Scandal and avarice were working on the Church from the inside while outside heresies flourished by appealing to those longing for something different or adventurous.

Soon Francis started to preach. (He was never a priest, though he was later ordained a deacon under his protest.) Francis was not a reformer; he preached about returning to God and obedience to the Church. Francis must have known about the decay in the Church, but he always showed the Church and its people his utmost respect. When someone told him of a priest living openly with a woman and asked him if that meant the Mass was polluted, Francis went to the priest, knelt before him, and kissed his hands -- because those hands had held God.

Slowly companions came to Francis, people who wanted to follow his life of sleeping in the open, begging for garbage to eat...and loving God. With companions, Francis knew he now had to have some kind of direction to this life so he opened the Bible in three places. He read the command to the rich young man to sell all his good and give to the poor, the order to the apostles to take nothing on their journey, and the demand to take up the cross daily. "Here is our rule," Francis said -- as simple, and as seemingly impossible, as that. He was going to do what no one thought possible any more -- live by the Gospel. Francis took these commands so literally that he made one brother run after the thief who stole his hood and offer him his robe!

Francis never wanted to found a religious order -- this former knight thought that sounded too military. He thought of what he was doing as expressing God's brotherhood. His companions came from all walks of life, from fields and towns, nobility and common people, universities, the Church, and the merchant class. Francis practiced true equality by showing honor, respect, and love to every person whether they were beggar or pope.

Francis' brotherhood included all of God's creation. Much has been written about Francis' love of nature but his relationship was deeper than that. We call someone a lover of nature if they spend their free time in the woods or admire its beauty. But Francis really felt that nature, all God's creations, were part of his brotherhood. The sparrow was as much his brother as the pope.

In one famous story, Francis preached to hundreds of birds about being thankful to God for their wonderful clothes, for their independence, and for God's care. The story tells us the birds stood still as he walked among him, only flying off when he said they could leave.

Another famous story involves a wolf that had been eating human beings. Francis intervened when the town wanted to kill the wolf and talked the wolf into never killing again. The wolf became a pet of the townspeople who made sure that he always had plenty to eat.

Following the Gospel literally, Francis and his companions went out to preach two by two. At first, listeners were understandably hostile to these men in rags trying to talk about God's love. People even ran from them for fear they'd catch this strange madness! And they were right. Because soon these same people noticed that these barefoot beggars wearing sacks seemed filled with constant joy. They celebrated life. And people had to ask themselves: Could one own nothing and be happy? Soon those who had met them with mud and rocks, greeted them with bells and smiles.


Francis did not try to abolish poverty, he tried to make it holy. When his friars met someone poorer than they, they would eagerly rip off the sleeve of their habit to give to the person. They worked for all necessities and only begged if they had to. But Francis would not let them accept any money. He told them to treat coins as if they were pebbles in the road. When the bishop showed horror at the friars' hard life, Francis said, "If we had any possessions we should need weapons and laws to defend them." Possessing something was the death of love for Francis. Also, Francis reasoned, what could you do to a man who owns nothing? You can't starve a fasting man, you can't steal from someone who has no money, you can't ruin someone who hates prestige. They were truly free.

Francis was a man of action. His simplicity of life extended to ideas and deeds. If there was a simple way, no matter how impossible it seemed, Francis would take it. So when Francis wanted approval for his brotherhood, he went straight to Rome to see Pope Innocent III. You can imagine what the pope thought when this beggar approached him! As a matter of fact he threw Francis out. But when he had a dream that this tiny man in rags held up the tilting Lateran basilica, he quickly called Francis back and gave him permission to preach.

Sometimes this direct approach led to mistakes that he corrected with the same spontaneity that he made them. Once he ordered a brother who hesitated to speak because he stuttered to go preach half-naked. When Francis realized how he had hurt someone he loved he ran to town, stopped the brother, took off his own clothes, and preached instead.

Francis acted quickly because he acted from the heart; he didn't have time to put on a role. Once he was so sick and exhausted, his companions borrowed a mule for him to ride. When the man who owned the mule recognized Francis he said, "Try to be as virtuous as everyone thinks you are because many have a lot of confidence in you." Francis dropped off the mule and knelt before the man to thank him for his advice.

Another example of his directness came when he decided to go to Syria to convert the Moslems while the Fifth Crusade was being fought. In the middle of a battle, Francis decided to do the simplest thing and go straight to the sultan to make peace. When he and his companion were captured, the real miracle was that they weren't killed. Instead Francis was taken to the sultan who was charmed by Francis and his preaching. He told Francis, "I would convert to your religion which is a beautiful one -- but both of us would be murdered."

Francis did find persecution and martyrdom of a kind -- not among the Moslems, but among his own brothers. When he returned to Italy, he came back to a brotherhood that had grown to 5000 in ten years. Pressure came from outside to control this great movement, to make them conform to the standards of others. His dream of radical poverty was too harsh, people said. Francis responded, "Lord, didn't I tell you they wouldn't trust you?"

He finally gave up authority in his order -- but he probably wasn't too upset about it. Now he was just another brother, like he'd always wanted.

Francis' final years were filled with suffering as well as humiliation. Praying to share in Christ's passion he had a vision received the stigmata, the marks of the nails and the lance wound that Christ suffered, in his own body.

Years of poverty and wandering had made Francis ill. When he began to go blind, the pope ordered that his eyes be operated on. This meant cauterizing his face with a hot iron. Francis spoke to "Brother Fire": "Brother Fire, the Most High has made you strong and beautiful and useful. Be courteous to me now in this hour, for I have always loved you, and temper your heat so that I can endure it." And Francis reported that Brother Fire had been so kind that he felt nothing at all.

How did Francis respond to blindness and suffering? That was when he wrote his beautiful Canticle of the Sun that expresses his brotherhood with creation in praising God.





Francis never recovered from this illness. He died on October 4, 1226 at the age of 45. Francis is considered the founder of all Franciscan orders and the patron saint of ecologists and merchants.







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Universal Life Church Newsletter and Bulletin - 9.21.14


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Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, September 21st, 2014
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Note: Three very important days for the Universal Life Church are September 29th,  the day we celebrate St. Michael the Archangel and the Order of St. Michael (OSM), October 4th, the day we celebrate St. Francis of Assisi and the Order of St. Francis (OSF) and October 17th, the day we celebrate St. Ignatius of Antioch, the founder of the Universal Life Church name in 107 AD.

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Jesus Did Not Rely On Money in His Day
Why Is Money Such a Necessity Today?


For those who say Jesus did not need money to conduct his ministry work, you need to start thinking more rationally. Of course Jesus did not rely on money as we must in today's world. This is a NO brainer. However, if Jesus lived in today's world rather than 2000 years ago, Jesus just as we do would have a need for money to survive. Money is such a necessity in today's world, hard working American's and our government need to hand over Free money to those who do not choose or are unable to go out and earn a living.

If Jesus lived in today's world, he would have the same obligations as we his followers do of monetarily supporting his Church. No one in accord with the Bible is exempt from being expected to support his or her Church. Simply because an individual is ordained or who happens to serve our Lord in a Religious Vocation, this does not replace the expectation for the individual to monetarily contribute to God.

The Bible tells you to contribute 10% to your Church. If you are ordained by us, we are your Church. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters donates 10% of our total revenues to 500+ non profits within the Children's Miracle Network. We go above and beyond with 



donations to other non-profits including St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Disabled Veterans of America, Feed the Children, Gospel For Asia, the Universal Life Church Food Bank, the Universal Life Church Ministers Emergency Relief Fund and numerous other worthy causes. In addition to the many contributions we make, we must also pay our bills.

Remember come Judgement Day, make no mistake you will answer to God. It will be God who decides your fate, as it was God who was behind the 25+ references in the Holy Bible with respect to you making offerings to the Church in his name. 


Just one cent out of every ten cents you earn or receive! 10% is not that great of an amount!

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"My personal belief on those who can communicate with those who have crossed over is it is a gift from God to set our minds at ease about death. I do not believe God ever meant for us to fear death, just that we fear doing wrong because we will be held accountable on Judgment Day."  
~ Brother Michael


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From Brother John...Letting Go


I cannot believe that it is already the ninth month of our calendar year; my kids just went back to school. Olivia had her hair braided and on the walk to the car, Justin needed to test the durability of his new backpack. As he was slamming it up in the air and back down to the ground with his devilish smile, Sandra stated the obvious parental concern on the well being of said backpack’s handle and wheels.  I had that moment of watching them grow right before my eyes as I reflected on their previous first days in years gone by. Time really does fly.

Upon that same reflection of going back to school, I have a total confession to make: I never liked the month of September. When I was a first grader, I lobbied to have it renamed and/or removed from the calendar. When Dr. Seidman, the teacher, asked me what my issue was with the month, I couldn’t give her an answer; I just knew I didn’t like it. I have learned to embrace it over the last forty years, and more especially since my son was actually born on the 25th of this month. Happy 12th to my boy :)

It’s pretty clear that it represented the end of summer and the start of school for me when I think about it now. That would be the logical answer; it really all has to do with perspective. I could have had an aversion to August, as it was the end of summer break as well. There was something about the transitional energy of September though… the leaves start to change colors in the North East, the wind shifts and takes on a hint of cooler days to come and the sun sits in the sky at a different angle.

Remember when you were a kid and everything was so black and white? Maybe you too didn’t like September, or peas, or Aunt Helen! Maybe you had a fight with a friend or sibling and 20 minutes later you were back playing like nothing happened? Our perspective was to see what was happening in the moment, assess it, address it and move on.

I didn’t like September. I now appreciate it; I get it.  My perspective changed and I developed an understanding and allowed myself to move past it.

Our actions shift perspectives, whether it be your own or others.

Many times you see things in life from one vantage point. You argue it, you defend it and you live it.  It defines you…until something happens that forces you to have another look. Many people will experience that in dealing with death, but others in their interpersonal relationships. Most people have experienced the pain of a breakup in some way, whether it's friendship, partnership or marriage.

The song of the year would have to be “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen.  One of our Evolve members, Karen Eilers, made a joke either on FB or Twitter that if she had to hear one of the little kids in her elementary school sing that song just one more time!!! Lol!!! (I get it – Olivia is seven and let’s just say that “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” is now an official symbol that I get during readings that let me know that a sister has passed.)


But that song is really powerful and can shift perspectives. It sings about empowerment and uses words like “my soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around.” All these young kids talking about their soul, how it is spiraling… and probably never stopped once to ask what a fractal meant?

The cool part is that songs are like affirmations set to music that when sung repetitively, put a message out there.  So, that’s right… be careful what you choose to listen to and when. Think about all the sad, break-up songs and how they drag a person down. Or how pathetic it is when someone uses Facebook to broadcast to the world what they are feeling, asking for their friends and family to only exacerbate the yuck they are swimming in already.

The message of this newsletter is about perspective and letting go. I know that you think I am talking about grief and the loss of one of your loved ones, but I am not.

There are many areas of our life where we hold onto energy: work, family, relationships, money, trust, love, betrayal, etc.  All of us have either been the giver or the receiver of some situation where lessons are being taught the hard way. So many folks that sit on the opposite end of the phone line during a reading get the validations, not just from their loved ones on the Other Side, but about the situations that are happening in their lives currently, or more importantly, about the issues that they are holding on to.

What we hold on to can sometimes HOLD US BACK!

Many times they come through to assist us in being validated about a past relationship that went sour or a job relationship where we feel like we were slighted, snubbed or let go for real.

Death aside, we mourn other aspects of our life and THIS is where I want you to focus your attention.  Where in your life have you not LET IT GO? Is it a person? Situation? An action of being wronged?

     Who Is Psychic Medium John Edward?

John Edward has brought a fresh, honest and thought provoking attitude to the world of psychic phenomena. As a psychic medium, author and lecturer, he has, over the last 25 years, helped thousands with his uncanny ability to predict future events and communicate with those who have crossed over to the Other Side.

Since then, his clientele has ranged from young to old, student to professor, people of the clergy, law enforcement agencies and people from everyday life. His clients wait over two years to sit with him for private sessions, and although John is anxious to share his ability with those that need him, he is unwilling to compromise the quality of his work for the quantity that seek him out. He has captivated audiences worldwide.

On his internationally syndicated talk shows, Crossing Over with John Edward and John Edward Cross Country, he uses his unique abilities to connect people with loved ones who have passed on. Deeply compelling, often startling and occasionally humorous, John’s down-to-earth approach has earned him a vast and loyal following.

Today, John is one of the country’s foremost psychic mediums and author of the critically acclaimed New York Times best sellers One Last Time; What if God Were the Sun; Crossing Over: The Stories Behind the Stories, After Life: Answers from the Other Side, Final Beginnings, Practical Praying: Using the Rosary to Enhance Your Life and Infinite Quest. His newest publication, Fallen Masters, a fiction novel, was released in September of 2012.

In October of 2011, John launched THE FIVE as an additional platform to connect with his audience on a deeper level. Members of THE FIVE have access to exclusive monthly web events, as well as to John’s latest electronic novel, Above and Beyond, as it is written in chapter installments. Other benefits include receiving a membership welcome pack, the opportunity to meet John at one of his live events and the chance to win tickets, private readings and more. In October 2013 The Five was renamed Evolve…a command so each person can continue on their personal journey!

John’s broad appeal has led to numerous international tours of Australia and the UK and guest appearances on everything from CNN’s Larry King Live to The Today Show, as well as Oprah! His most recent televised appearances include Dr. Phil, Kim and Kourtney Take New York, Dr. Oz and Anderson. He has also been featured on Ellen, Entertainment Tonight, Live with Regis & Kelly, The Early Show, The Crier Report, The View, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, Fox and Friends, Maury, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Dateline, ABC’S 20/20 and the critically acclaimed HBO Special, Life After Life. He also had a cameo appearance on NBC’s Will and Grace and is a regularly featured guest on top-rated morning radio shows, including New York’s WPLJ and Los Angeles’ KROQ.

John has been featured in articles in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsday, People, Entertainment Weekly and in the Associated Press, and was named as one of People Magazine’s Most Intriguing People of the Year.

Born and raised on Long Island, NY, John exhibited psychic abilities from an extremely early age, and was deemed "special" by many in his family. The fact that he would uncannily know family history and events that took place prior to his birth solidified that fact. Because no fuss was made over these early experiences, he maintained as normal a childhood as possible. Since Psychic Phenomena was so accepted by his family, it was easy for his abilities to flourish. John embarked on developing his own abilities after an encounter with famed psychic Lydia Clar. Lydia made him aware of his abilities and told him his life’s work would be teaching people about it. That mission has been channeled into his work as a medium, which enables him to bring comfort and hope to people by reuniting them with those who they loved, lost...and crossed over.

John resides on Long Island, New York with his wife Sandra and their children, Justin and Olivia, and their three dogs: Coco, Sydney and Lucky!






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Wednesday Night Bible Study

Join in at 9PM EST Live Every Wednesday Evening From Lafayette, IN. For Our Worldwide, Global Podcast on ULC Radio and via ULC TV With Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD., Presiding for our Universal Life Church World Headquarters Wednesday Night Bible Study and Services. Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD, is the Executive Secretary to the Board and the Executive Director of Biblical Studies for the Universal Life Church World Headquarters.








Universal Life Church Weekly Address

Reverend Michael J. Cauley (Brother Michael) the President and Presiding Bishop for the Universal Life Church World Headquarters hosts this weekly address at 8:PM on Wednesday night. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND


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Dr. B Real Talk Radio

Listeners tuning into Dr. B. Real Talk Radio, have the opportunity to view themselves and the world around them differently. Dr. B. provides a new and upbeat twist to today's current events and trending topics with "straight talk-no filter." Tune in with Dr. B. and Co-Host, "Lexi." Be informed. Be empowered. Be the change you want to see. Dr. Alice Belcher, is a facilitator, writer and social justice change agent and host of Dr. B. Real Talk Radio. Listen Live Friday's at 7:00 pm CST. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND







Conversations With Spirit

Listen to Joanne Cretney-Tsosie, a huge favorite in the world of Faith Radio. This ever popular radio host has chosen the Universal Life Church Network as her home for a fantastic show on Wednesday, each and every week. 






Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam

Sundays at 9PM EST - Join Rev Abel Santos of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters, for Religion in the news and straight talk from a Vietnam Veteran with how serving his country has affected his beliefs or others beliefs and their faith. 

Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam Hosted By Reverend Abel Santos





Circuit Rider With Rev. Edward Terry and Friends

Friday Nights @ 8:PM - 10:PM EST Join Country Western and Gospel, Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer and Preacher Edward Terry (Ordained by the Universal Life Church World Headquarters) with just some of the many gifts this man has to offer. Previous broadcasts available FREE ON DEMAND. 






Rev. Victor Martinez For The Spanish Community

Thursday @ 8:PM PST on the Universal Life Church Radio Network, Join Rev. Victor Martinez - Deleitate en el Señor, y el te concederá los deseos de tu corazón! Salmo 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart" 








The Holy Rosary in Spanish

On Thursday Night @ 9PM est - Join Rev. Rita Garcia as she prays the Holy Rosary. Note: This show is broadcast in Spanish. 







KJV - The Holy Bible Narrative Audio

The Universal Life Church World Headquarters is the home to the Audio Version of the King James Version of The Holy Bible. FREE ON DEMAND, From Genesis to Revelation. 365/24/7 


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Universal Life Church World Headquarters
1825 NW Corporate Blvd, Suite 110
Boca Raton, FL. 33431
Phone: (561)962-0940
FaxNo: (561)962-0946
Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message

Email: ulc@ulcnetwork.com
Visit Our Website at: http://www.ulcnetwork.com

Mission Statement:

"The Universal Life Church World Headquarters 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."

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 with ministers in 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 Life Church World Headquarters as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the every corner of the globe. Their Boca Raton Headquarters is also a "GREEN" building benefiting you, the occupants and the environment. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters offers weekly services, Bible study and faith based programming on the Universal Life Church Radio Network and through iHeartRadio. Note: Any transmission hereof of any kind without the express written permission of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters is strictly prohibited.
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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Universal Life Church Newsletter and Bulletin - 9.14.14


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The Universal Life Church World Headquarters
"Saving Lives by Finding Jesus" 
Newsletter and Bulletin For Sunday, September 14th, 2014
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Note: Three very important days for the Universal Life Church are September 29th,  the day we celebrate St. Michael the Archangel and the Order of St. Michael (OSM), October 4th, the day we celebrate St. Francis of Assisi and the Order of St. Francis (OSF) and October 17th, the day we celebrate St. Ignatius of Antioch, the founder of the Universal Life Church name in 107 AD.

~ Brother Michael



We Received a Call From St Jude Children's Research Hospital of Memphis, TN. 

One of the most important elements and functions of being a minister is to raise money for those who are less fortunate. If Jesus Christ lived in today's world rest assured raising money would be a huge part of his work. For those who say money was not a big thing for Christ and is not a big part of what it is we should be doing today, you need to go back 2000 years in a time machine and live during the time Christ did. Here in 2014 it is a different story!

The Holy Spirit directs my life here today and many times I find myself asking "What would Christ do?" Jesus did not expect of us as Christians to live in cardboard boxes, however he was quite emphatic with his followers they were to give up all earthly possessions. Wherefore, we as Ministers when we seek donations, we are only doing what the good Lord instructed of all Christians to do. We are just helping to reinforce the old metaphor - "to give until it hurts" per Christ! Jesus did not tell us to sit on our butts in life unemployed and not make money, he expects of each of us to work, earn money and to be philanthropists by donating money and to seek money from others to help the less fortunate.

Time and time again, I hear from others how they do not charge for officiating weddings. This is not what Jesus Christ expects of us. While it might be a nice idea or gesture on your part, would it not be better to charge for services rendered and to donate the monies received to help others? Whether you are conducting weddings for friends, family or whoever, you should charge at least something to offset your expenses and a little something extra to help others.

It is very easy to let greed consume our souls in today's world. We live in a money driven society and we are thwarted into believing that we need to accumulate monetary wealth simply to make the rich richer, while the poor become poorer and poorer. There is a great injustice in today's world, why? Because this world has abandoned the teachings of Christ.

Yesterday the Universal Life Church World Headquarters here in Boca Raton, Florida received a phone call from St Jude Children's Research Hospital from Memphis, Tennessee. When the caller said he was with St Jude's, initially I thought what is wrong? I can't tell you how good it made me feel when the caller said, "We just want you to know how much we appreciate what the Universal Life Church World Headquarters does for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital." There is nothing in this world that makes you feel better, than to be appreciated. We are making a huge difference in this world.



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Family takes radical step, sells possessions and begins missionary life

CATO — For the children of Taylor and Katie Schmidt, “Swiss Family Robinson” could read a lot like their family’s experiences. Instead of being shipwrecked, the Schmidt family is heading on a faith journey.

Katie and Taylor Schmidt are beginning three months of training to become Catholic family missionaries. Going along are their children, left to right, Ruth, Anthony, Leo and Malachi. The Schmidts are expecting twin girls in January. (Edward Byrne | Courtesy of The Brillion News)

On Friday, Sept. 12, the family leaves to join the Family Missions Company (FMC), a lay Catholic apostolate founded by Frank and Genie Summers in 1997. FMC, based in Abbeville, La., is dedicated to proclaiming the Gospel around the world.

Last week, the Schmidts held an auction and sold all but a couple of suitcases and backpacks so they and their four children — and twins scheduled to arrive in January — could head for Louisiana to start the journey as a family on a mission.

The Schmidts are members of Holy Family Parish in Brillion, which also serves the Reedsville and Maple Grove areas. Fellow parishioners have helped and encouraged the Schmidts.

“They have been amazingly supportive,” Taylor said.

“It’s been bittersweet, because there are so many relationships you are leaving behind with people you care about,” Katie said. “But those people have committed to praying for us and still being a part of our lives, just in a different fashion.”

Some friends are supporting the Schmidt family financially as mission partners.

“We are their hands and feet serving the poor in these parts of the world,” said Katie. “People get a lot of bang for their buck with us, I think.”


Taylor grew up in the Askeaton area and was an altar boy at St. Patrick Church, which is now a part of St. Clare Parish. He attended Brillion High School and has been a district sales manager for Great Lakes Hybrids.

The couple met as students at the UW-Fox Valley when they were both in the musical “Hair.”

Katie grew up in Neenah and was Lutheran. When they were married in 2005, Katie enrolled in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and became Catholic at the Easter Vigil in 2006.

Taylor and Katie Schmidt, center, join guests for an auction at their home in Cato Sept. 4. The couple sold all of their possessions in preparation for a new life as Catholic missioners. (Edward Byrne | Courtesy of The Brillion News)

Their children include Malachi, 7; Ruth, 6; Leo, 4; and Anthony, 2. Due by January are twin girls.

Katie told The Compass that their faith was “changed forever” when their daughter, Jane, died on Feb. 22, 2013.

“I was only two weeks pregnant when I needed emergency surgery,” she said. “God used her brief life to change ours forever.”

The experience brought them closer to each other and to God. “We used Lent to take a look at our lives. … We started reading and praying more. We attended weekly adoration and confession.”

At the time, the diocese was promoting the sacrament of reconciliation through “The Light Is On for You.”

“I can attest that (the campaign) was a major factor to our healing,” she said. “We took that time to examine ourselves and we also became more perceptive to what God was calling us to do.” It eventually led them to consider the mission call.

Even before their Sept. 12 departure, the Schmidts have made an impact on others.

Luke and Amy Bolle, friends from Reedsville and fellow members of Holy Family Parish, traveled to Louisiana in August “to see what we were getting into,” said Taylor. “They came back home and said, ‘We’ve got to do this.’”

The Bolles and their five children will start their mission training in Louisiana on Sept. 15.

The Schmidts also credit Fr. Timothy Brandt, pastor of Holy Family Parish, for inspiring their faith.

“We went to him for spiritual advice and guidance, and asked for him to help us discern (God’s will) through this process,” Taylor said. “He is a major part of this journey. As a priest, he has amazed me. Through his humility, the Holy Spirit just explodes out of him.”

“He is bringing so much of the Catholic Church to the people,” Katie said.

“I’ve never seen anyone take this kind of a leap of faith,” said Fr. Brandt. “It is pretty exciting.”

While some may see the Schmidts and Bolles as crazy, he said, “how many saints in the church’s history have been deemed crazy?”

“Craziness is just a crazy response to Christ’s call,” added Fr. Brandt. “They thought Christ was crazy too. That’s why they put him on the cross. This is a very profound statement of their desire to serve one another, a true living out of that word ‘communion.’”

There is a tradition of commitment to the missions at Holy Family Parish, said Fr. Brandt. He said a parish group goes to the Dominican Republic every year to support the diocesan mission. But what the Schmidt and Bolle families are doing is a radical response.

The Schmidts said it was a trip to the Life Teen summer camp in Prescott, Arizona, that planted the missionary seed.

Taylor helped chaperon a group from the parish and a woman there introduced him to Family Mission Company.

They then attended a four-day “Come and See” visit to Abbeville “to see if we would like mission life.”

It was a discernment opportunity for Katie and Taylor, and the Family Mission Company also made sure that the Schmidts had a commitment to doing lay missionary work.

“The second time down was for our training in Mexico,” Taylor said.

The Schmidt family will spend three months in training in Abbeville.

“The process is to train us in leading Bible studies and teaching us how to be missionaries,” Katie said. “And we are praying with them to find out where God is calling us in their missions. In November they’ll tell us where we are going.”

A commissioning ceremony will be held Dec. 10, Taylor said.

The family returns home for one month at Christmas to say goodbyes and then Taylor, Katie and their six children will be heading off as missionaries.

FMC is currently working in Santa Lucia (an island nation in the Caribbean), Spain, the Philippines, India, Ecuador, Peru and Mexico.

“The first year you don’t really get to choose where to go … but the years after that, we can go where we want,” Taylor said.

He said that would be a family decision, with the kids having input.

Neither Taylor nor Katie are worried about taking their children into mission territory.

“Initially, when I was going through the discernment process, I was concerned about it, but in total abandonment to the Lord I have faith that he knows what is best for us,” Katie said.

“We will watch (the children) as closely as we do when we go to the mall or Bay Beach,” Taylor said.

With FMC, children and parents go to the missions together.

“We have to learn how to run catechism classes, Bible studies, worship services with six little kids and deal with the distractions,” Taylor said. “That will have its challenges, but (the children) are missionaries and are probably going to be better at it than we are.”

“Kids are a wonderful gift from God,” Katie said. “God uses the kids so many times when I’m struggling with something and then (God) will speak through one of them.” And when God speaks, Taylor and Katie Schmidt have been listening.

Learn more about the Schmidts on mission at schmidtfamilymission.blogspot.com or at www.schmidtfamily.fmcmissions.com. Learn more about Family Missions Company at www.fmcmissions.com





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Host on the Universal Life Church Radio - We started the ULC Radio Network on 11-01-11, it has simply exploded and blossomed into something we never imagined! There is no doubt a higher force is leading us on a pathway, there is no other explanation. Clear Channel and iHeartRadio are now involved in a joint endeavor that will increase our monthly listener base from 20 million to over 250 million. We have truly been blessed. Share your message with the world - Become a Universal Life Church Radio Host Today! If you are interested contact us by email or telephone. We have a current need for a Weekly Sports Program, a Children's Sunday School Host and Ministers looking to preside over a Universal Mass on Saturday Evenings or in a pinch hit role for  Brother Bruce Micciulla




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Sunday Night Universal Mass

From Dallas/Ft Worth, Texas with Reverend Bruce Micciulla Presiding, it is the Sunday Universal Mass, heard by millions throughout the world on iHeartRadio and the Universal Life Church Radio Network. 7PM EST









Wednesday Night Bible Study

Join in at 9PM EST Live Every Wednesday Evening From Lafayette, IN. For Our Worldwide, Global Podcast on ULC Radio and via ULC TV With Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD., Presiding for our Universal Life Church World Headquarters Wednesday Night Bible Study and Services. Rev Dr. David Stembaugh, DD, is the Executive Secretary to the Board and the Executive Director of Biblical Studies for the Universal Life Church World Headquarters.








Universal Life Church Weekly Address

Reverend Michael J. Cauley (Brother Michael) the President and Presiding Bishop for the Universal Life Church World Headquarters hosts this weekly address at 8:PM on Wednesday night. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND


Universal Life Church Weekly Address With Brother Michael





Dr. B Real Talk Radio

Listeners tuning into Dr. B. Real Talk Radio, have the opportunity to view themselves and the world around them differently. Dr. B. provides a new and upbeat twist to today's current events and trending topics with "straight talk-no filter." Tune in with Dr. B. and Co-Host, "Lexi." Be informed. Be empowered. Be the change you want to see. Dr. Alice Belcher, is a facilitator, writer and social justice change agent and host of Dr. B. Real Talk Radio. Listen Live Friday's at 7:00 pm CST. Previous broadcasts are available FREE ON DEMAND







Conversations With Spirit

Listen to Joanne Cretney-Tsosie, a huge favorite in the world of Faith Radio. This ever popular radio host has chosen the Universal Life Church Network as her home for a fantastic show on Wednesday, each and every week. 






Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam

Sundays at 9PM EST - Join Rev Abel Santos of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters, for Religion in the news and straight talk from a Vietnam Veteran with how serving his country has affected his beliefs or others beliefs and their faith. 

Veteran's Newstalk From Vietnam Hosted By Reverend Abel Santos





Circuit Rider With Rev. Edward Terry and Friends

Friday Nights @ 8:PM - 10:PM EST Join Country Western and Gospel, Singer, Songwriter, Entertainer and Preacher Edward Terry (Ordained by the Universal Life Church World Headquarters) with just some of the many gifts this man has to offer. Previous broadcasts available FREE ON DEMAND. 






Rev. Victor Martinez For The Spanish Community

Thursday @ 8:PM PST on the Universal Life Church Radio Network, Join Rev. Victor Martinez - Deleitate en el Señor, y el te concederá los deseos de tu corazón! Salmo 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart" 








The Holy Rosary in Spanish

On Thursday Night @ 9PM est - Join Rev. Rita Garcia as she prays the Holy Rosary. Note: This show is broadcast in Spanish. 







KJV - The Holy Bible Narrative Audio

The Universal Life Church World Headquarters is the home to the Audio Version of the King James Version of The Holy Bible. FREE ON DEMAND, From Genesis to Revelation. 365/24/7 


KJV - The Holy Bible Narrative Audio From Genesis to Revelation




Vatican Radio Daily World News

The Universal Life Church World Headquarters is home to Vatican Radio News, Monday through Friday. You can listen live or to any previous broadcast FREE ON DEMAND.







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Universal Life Church World Headquarters
1825 NW Corporate Blvd, Suite 110
Boca Raton, FL. 33431
Phone: (561)962-0940
FaxNo: (561)962-0946
Hours: 8:30 - 5:30 EST After Hours: Please Leave a Message

Email: ulc@ulcnetwork.com
Visit Our Website at: http://www.ulcnetwork.com

Mission Statement:

"The Universal Life Church World Headquarters 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."

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 with ministers in 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 Life Church World Headquarters as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization, extending its reach to the every corner of the globe. Their Boca Raton Headquarters is also a "GREEN" building benefiting you, the occupants and the environment. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters offers weekly services, Bible study and faith based programming on the Universal Life Church Radio Network and through iHeartRadio. Note: Any transmission hereof of any kind without the express written permission of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters is strictly prohibited.
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