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UBC 2014 Missions Conference Underway

by ubc-atl

Our 11th Annual Faith Promise Missions Conference began today in a wonderful way. God used Bro. Duane Moore to preach two outstanding and challenging messages today.  Both messages, “An Open Door Set Before Us” and “The Masterpiece of Missions”. We enjoyed a great time of fellowship around the lunch table and also were challenged by […]

UBC 2014 Renovations – Day Four

by ubc-atl

Psalm 84:11 (KJV) 11  For the LORD God is a sun and shield: the LORD will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly. We are so blessed at what is taking place here at UBC Atlanta.  Are we deserving of His blessings?  No!  Are we worthy of […]

UBC 2014 Renovations – Day Two

by ubc-atl

There is definitely a metamorphosis taking place right before our eyes.  This change is in the form of auditorium renovations.  I would love for you to be here to see it unfold on a daily basis.  I can only say that pictures do not give you the best perspective but should initiate an appetite of […]

UBC Renovations 2014 – Day One

by ubc-atl

Thankful for the work done today. The new floor on the platform installed and most of the remainder of the carpet removed. The sanding and finishing crew begins tomorrow. I hope you enjoy these photos and look forward to more updates tomorrow.  To God be all the glory!

Laborers Together

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     The Apostle Paul mentioned that “. . . we are labourers together with God: ye are God’s husbandry, ye are God’s building.”  There is nothing that encourages the heart of God’s people than to have men from one church joining another church and their men perform a great task.  Such was the case today […]

New Preaching Series Begins February 3rd

by ubc-atl

While it is God’s divinely inspired word, The Bible is becoming less important in the lives of people in 2013.  Some would say it is outdated, unbelievable and therefore irrelevant to us.  Man has drunk the kool-aid of deception and has been duped into believing he can live just as well without it. Why not […]

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