RevHoward

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About RevHoward

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    New Member
  • Birthday 07/09/1977

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  • Title, Name/Nickname
    Rev. Howard
  • Gender
    Male
  • Marital Status
    Married
  • Location
    Walnut Ridge, AR

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  • Interests
    Meeting ULCers, doing weddings, Bible study, preaching as a nondenominational guest speaker, and the public library.
  • Pets / Animals
    4 crazy cats, 1 lethargic dog
  • Grateful For
    My family & friends, pets and the ULC.
  • Your Motto
    Do that which is right.
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Apostles Creed, ULC

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  • Occupation
    ULC Minister, disabled former security officer.

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    anglocatholicministry@gmail.com

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  1. Do that which is right. Deuteronomy 6:18

  2. I usually draw my inspiration from scripture. Sermons should only last about 30 minutes. You MUST do your research. Start by choosing your topic.Create an outline. Make 3 main points, with supporting scriptures and sub commentary notes. Then summarize your message by hitting your 3 main points briefly. Last, draw your message to a close by offering a concluding thought. Always file and save old sermon outlines. Hope this helps. Sermons.org is one resource to look at.
  3. Rev. Kirby may not of had formal education, but I would contend that he was a student of life, and I feel a very smart & educated man. I am a BIG fan and a student of Rev. Hensley. I read as much as I can about him. I regret that I never got to meet him.
  4. common law Inbox x COMMON LAW - By the ULC WHAT IS COMMON LAW? First, let me tell you that it is church law. It originated with people thousands of years ago, and grew in the Synagogues and Tabernacles, then spread throughout the world. Common Law is to do that which is right. It's your higher consciousness. No one has a monopoly or dominates the Common Law. The ULC, working with a group of Common Law historians, put together a course of study to help our people to understand the laws of the land, both Common and Statute Law, mostly to protect the INDIVIDUAL'S RIGHTS in the courts. The Common Law is Natural Law written in "the Heart of Man.' It is conscience and reason all at once. The Common Law is the Universal Brotherhood of man. It does not recognize ethnic, religious, geographic, political or economic limits. It recognizes no barriers or boundaries at all. The Common Law originated as the custom of the people who practiced it, and eventually became the law of the land. A government which practices the Common Law is called a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. Common Law judicial decisions are made by "twelve good and lawful men" in the institution we call "trial by jury.' Trial by jury i the heart and soul of a Common Law government, the only true democracy. The Common Law has its roots in antiquity, a beautiful history of men becoming free. Its principles were nurtured and preserved and, eventually, set most explicitly in the Bill of Rights by the founding fathers of our country. Our natural and Constitutional Common Law Rights are still enforceable at Law, but they mean nothing unless you actually assert them and enforce them on your own behalf. That is what this course is designed to do for you. If you do not stand up for your rights under the law, you run the risk of losing them forever; because governments (ours included) have a way of enacting statutes to enslave you, statutes enacted by ambitious government officials hungry for more and ever more power over you. Common Law is the ultimate law, its final enforcement is in the peoples power to overrule government itself, just as the American colonists did in 1776. The Universal Life Common Law Course is a correspondence course study which will help you to understand the fundamental laws of mankind, to know the procedures which you must know to practice in our present law courts on your own behalf. Description of the Program The 100-Series courses give students a broad understanding of the Common Law and the issues of our time. Students should understand the methods used by governments to expand their power over the citizenry and of the dangers which certain political philosophies pose to the liberty of all. This series includes: History of the Common Law, Fundamental Concepts, Law and Modern Society, the Common Law Jury System; Rights, Persons and Property, Sources and Form of Law and the Road Back to Justice. The 200-Series courses introduce students to the theory and analysis of law as it pertains to the Common Law in America. A student who has satisfactorily completed this section of the course is ready to take care of himself in matters of legal discussions of the Common Law. This series includes: The Common Law in America, Court Organization, jurisdictional Issues, Due Process of Law, Court Rules and Procedures; Actions, Moving Papers and Evidence, Proceedings in Criminal and Civil Actions. The 300-Series courses prepare the student to actually practice Common Law in the courtrooms of America, to assert Common Law rights, and to increase the scope of Common Law usage. An unavoidable maxim of law is that 'custom is law". It is our objective to revive and expand Common Law usage whenever possible through adequate knowledge of its theory and widespread practice. This series includes: Legal Research, Parties to an Action, Legal Papers and Service, Summons and Complaint, Answer and Pleading Practice, Bringing a Civil Case to Trial and Post Trial Motions and Maneuvers. The 400-Series courses give the post-graduate student sufficient knowledge of courtroom strategy and procedures to practice Common Law in actual situations with confidence and ability. Students who complete this section satisfactorily are awarded a degree of Doctor of Common Law and permanent membership in the Universal Bar Association. This series includes: Courtroom Strategy 1, II and III. As stated previously, there is a most urgent need for the people to once again take up the study of the Common Law, to reestablish our sovereignty and to eradicate the foreign civil law that is taking over control of our society. Common Law and Civil Law are in constant ideological war against each other, so it is extremely important to understand the differences between the two
  5. Well, the ULC no longer offers the course. I just thought some one might still have an old copy that they no longer needed. I've searched high and lo on ebay, amazon, Google...... To no avail. Oh well, thanks everyone.
  6. Does anyone have a Universal Life University course in common law That you would consider selling, trading, loaning or. even donating to me. I have been trying learn about the common law. Does anyone know about the ulc common law course. Many Thanks Rev Howard