In a return to the pulpit after health concerns, Pastor Tim preaches a passionate sermon from 2 Corinthians 4 on how to keep our eyes on the prize of the Gospel amidst all seasons of life.
WELCOME TO UECA INC.
Believing in the Spirit and God’s Word!
We exist to glorify God by proclaiming Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, preparing His people to worship Him forever. Whether you are simply curious about God or you are a believer in Jesus Christ who wants to know more about the ministries of the United Evangelic Fellowship & Christian Faith Assembly Ministry, we are here to help you. UECA Inc. is a place of expository preaching, transforming worship, loving fellowship, and Spirit-driven ministry.
We are a church family who exists to glorify God and to enjoy Him in our lives together. We pray you will be encouraged by your experience with us. We desire above all else to know God, to love God, and to love people. We believe God is at work in us, teaching us more about His grace and growing us in faith as we commit our lives to Him.
A Place For Praise – Prayer – Purpose
Our ministry strive to be Christ-center in all that we do!
We are a ministry that strive to teach the word and to love others.
United in the Spirit
You can help someone by truly sharing the word of God, being a strong person of faith, and having the wisdom to actually be one who listen and not judge, are you prepared to be that person?Find out more »
Peoria, IL 61604 United States
BIBLICAL INSIGHT & TEACHING FOR EVERYONE
Learning how to trust can hurt; learning how to forgive can heal. Forgiveness is the key to have a strong and productive life style.
This Video Bible by “I am not ashamed” is a great tool that you can make use of during personal devotions
Ms. Joyce Williams
“There is no doubt in my heart for I knew God was with me, and however He chose to use me I am willing to serve.”
In life we face many different struggles, and with each struggle we must know the value of Love, Faith, Wisdom and Hope. For without it, we will never achieve or be able to overcome the most unreasonable struggle of all and that is "Sin" itself. God has given us the tools to use in order to be faithful all that we do, and he continue to lead us on a positive and creative path.
Living Word of Life!
According to many studies by psychologists, religion plays a crucial role in Recovery from mental health. Research shows that besides conventional medication methods, people should include religious factors as well. Solid scientific and psychological evidence shows that people who practice daily spiritual worship services are more likely to live in Recovery.
Sometimes this means doing things that seem counter-intuitive to make sure our kids are actually hearing what we are saying and learning from situations. Sometimes kids say things like a dumb, because they hear it from a parent or peer and repeat thinking that they are that way!
As you learn to adjust to the emotional roller coaster of emotions and stress with yourself or love ones diagnosed, it is a good thing to reach out to services. Often times the best support comes from those who suffer the same things experiences the same issues knowing what its like to be in your shoes.
Mental illness is a topic not discussed openly in many social settings. Many people with such issues as mental illness hide their fears and depression for fear of being stigmatized, especially in the workplace and in churches. For me, this has been true until I came to grips with limitations learning to use them to my advantage.
You are never alone – Poor mental health can make us feel ashamed and alone. The reality is that two-thirds of us suffer from some form of mental health problem, and the more we talk about it and are honest, the easier it becomes for people to get the help they need.
This eye-opening moment happened many years ago. And while God did begin to change me, it didn’t happen in the way I’d anticipated. My honest desire to please God grew, and my actions soon stemmed from that desire—not from a works-based checklist.
To understand my perspective on Father’s Day, you need to know a bit about my relationship with my father. Initially, there was no intention of him becoming my “father.” He was the pastor of the church that sat across the street from our foster home placement in a small community outside of Birmingham.
I’ve come to realize that sometimes pain is a gift, that sadness and even suffering can be a positive if they make us stronger or help us grow. Our awful, sorrowful hurt can also be an instrument of healing.