The United Church of God is now returning home from its annual Feast of Tabernacles which to them symbolizes the millennial kingdom where peace and brotherhood will reign. Reading their Facebook feeds and endless posts on the many extravagant things they have been doing for the last 8 days, a person can quickly see the "high" they are all on. It's been the BEST FEAST EVER and the LOVE is so thick it drips off your computer monitors when you read their pages.
One would think that as they all head back to their various church area and to the Cincinnati HQ that they would want to share that love with the world around them so that the world could have a foretaste of the kingdom to come. Apparently the Cincinnati Boys and other Ohio UCG ministers could care less about showing brotherly love and extending a hand in fellowship. Are they so insecure in their faith that they think they will be tainted by being in the presences of other Church of God members who are not UCG? Or, are they so embarrassed by their actions when the broke away from the Worldwide Church of God that they are ashamed to be in Joe Tkach's sight?
A person who is going to attend the reunion says that the RSVP list does not include any of the leadership or ministry of the UCG, even though they are a short jaunt down the road from Columbus.
Come on boys, grow a pair, man up, and go share that millennial love with people who would like to see you again.
Join us as we celebrate 50 years serving God in the Greater Columbus area.
Saturday evening we'll share memories, photos, and hors d'oeurves in a festive atmosphere.
The suggested attire is dressy casual.
Dr. Joseph Tkach, President of Grace Communion International, will be joining us and will also be the featured speaker at our worship service at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Please don't forget to RSVP and help spread the word by forwarding this evite to others. We look forward to seeing you there!