DISCOVER GOD

DEVELOP YOUR LIFESTYLE OF WORSHIP WITH THESE DAILY DISCIPLINES

 

QUIET TIME

Set aside a brief time each day to read God’s Word, meditate on the text, and talk with God. You might want to journal some of your thoughts as God reveals Himself to you during this time.
 

PRAYER

Spend time each day to God just like you would a friend. He desires to hear your cares and concerns. He delights in your thankful attitude.
 

STEWARDSHIP

The essence of life is not ownership, but stewardship. Everything you have comes from God. When God’s people faithfully manage their time, talents, and treasures God strengthens His church to better serve the world.
 

PERSONAL HOLINESS

As a follower of Christ, God transforms you to live for Him so that your life consistently reflects what you believe. Born again believers live born again lives.
 

SCRIPTURE MEMORY

God’s Word teaches you how to live for Him. The more we know His Word, the more we know His will. The Psalmist put it this way in the Bible: “Your word I have treasured in my hearth, that I may not sin against You.” – Psalm 119:11 (NASB)

ORIENTATION CLASS

University Orientation is a class for new church members and interested church seekers. The Orientation consist of 4, one-hour presentations over a 4-week period. Each session is a stand alone class. The classes are held in numerical sequence 1, 2, 3, and 4. The goal is for participants to attend each session. If the participant begins at week 3, the sequence would be 3, 4, 1, and 2.
 
Each session will be held on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in Room 3113 in the Adult Education Building.
 
The topics of Orientation would include the following:
  • Basic Baptist beliefs, including the two church ordinances.
  • A brief overview of UBC church history.
  • The UBC Mission and Purpose.
  • Discovery and explanation of the spiritual gifts of each participant.
  • Meet each staff member and learn their responsibilities at UBC.
  • Meet organizational and ministry leaders and learn how UBC functions.
  • Discover how you can be a part of the UBC ministries and activities.