RevHoward

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About RevHoward

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    New Member
  • Birthday 07/09/1977

Helpful Information

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

Friendly Details

  • 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

Other Details

  • 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. 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.
  5. 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