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In a world full of reality based television, celebrities now becoming the new role models, and the true meaning of Christianity appearing to be lost in all of this chaos, the church now has a time like no other to introduce to some and re-acquaint to others the true meaning of Christianity, not just religion. In a world where “doing what thou wilt” seems to be the running anthem, how does the church break down this thinking and re-incorporate “what thus says the Lord”?


The best way to show others true Christianity is though being honest, open, and transparent regarding the true struggles that we all face. By showing that living this Christian life is more than just a Sunday morning experience. By sharing that nothing anyone has done can make God love you anymore, but most of nothing can make God love you any less. This ministry is a safe haven for those not proclaiming to be perfect, but focuses on the Olivia Pope’s of life, to the Eddie Cain’s, to the Kardashian dream chasers, to even the Atheists, anyone whose looking for something different, to see the love of Christ shown in a different light, to come with an open heart and honest mind.


Honest, Open and Transparent (H.O.T) Fridays is all about building relationships through the transparency of Christ. By engaging in not only discussion, teaching, and socializing, UBCC strives to create an environment where the love of Christ can be shown in not only words, but action.


For it was said in Matthew 7:1-5 (the Message Bible) “Don’t pick on people, jump on their failures, and criticize their faults, unless, of course, you want the same treatment. That critical spirit has a way of boomeranging. It’s easy to see a smudge on your neighbor’s face and be oblivious to the ugly sneer on your own. Do you have the nerve to say, ‘Let me wash your face for you,’ when your own face is distorted by contempt? It’s this whole traveling road-show mentality all over again, playing a holier-than-thou part instead of just living your part. Wipe that ugly sneer off your own face, and you might be fit to offer a washcloth to your neighbor.”