A Holy Nation is a Blessing to Others

Editor’s note: Dr. John H. Armstrong is the founder and president of the ministry known as ACT3, an acronym for Advancing the Christian Tradition in the Third Millennium. He served as a church pastor for more than twenty years and is now an adjunct professor of evangelism at Wheaton College Graduate School. He has authored a dozen books and hundreds of articles for Christian periodicals and websites. His most recent title, Your Church is Too Small (2010, Zondervan), is a passionate plea for unity in Christian mission. John publishes a new article each day on his daily blog and a longer, more scholarly article each week on the ACT3 website. It is a privilege for us to post this article which he wrote specifically for UBFriends.org.

My experience with UBF has been one of the great joys of my life over the last five-plus years. It began with a student in a graduate class of mine at Wheaton Graduate School. The student’s father has been a UBF leader for many years. This led to growing friendships with UBF leaders and invitations to get to know even more leaders and to speak for UBF. This created even more new friendships.

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The Time Has Come!

The moment has arrived. UBFriends has emerged from its construction phase and has officially launched. Our first post is a special piece by our friend John H. Armstrong on his observations about the past, present and future of UBF. After this, we expect to be posting 2 or 3 new pieces each week, and perhaps even more as new material flows in.

Please tell your buddies about UBFriends.org so that this online community will continue to thrive. And please send your creative work to us so that we can schedule it for publication.