Author: UFI Blog

by Laura Friend A few weeks back I sat in my sister-in-law’s living room enjoying the company of extended family. My nephew and his wife sat close together, holding hands, and radiating that, “young couple in love” feel, which brought a smile to my face. My...

by Ashley Corbaley I recently watched an advertisement that had a powerful message. This video began with ten married couples that were asked the question: “If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead who would you choose?” After several moments of deep thought, each...

by Jennifer Johnson When a family member or friend passes away, there are societal and/or religious rituals that we go through to mourn the loss of this person. These rituals are accompanied by an outpouring of love and support for those closest to the deceased. But...

by Ashley Corbaley “We often miss opportunity because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work.” -Thomas A. Edison Growing up, Saturday morning was clean the house day. Other days in the week my brother and I took turns doing certain tasks such as taking out the...

by Erin Weist Many countries are increasingly antagonistic to religious belief and expression. For instance, since 2015 the Chinese government has been expanding control over religion and its adherents.  In many provinces certain Christian denominations are illegal, while state-sanctioned churches are allowed to assemble and preach....