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Colorblind

by Dan Gallagher

Most kids remember their high school biology class. For some it is a fascinating time, and for others it is an utterly gross one, as you learn the inner biological systems of animals, dissecting frogs and eyes and other organs. For me it was especially memorable because when we got the topic of eyes, we […]

What is a True Friend?

by Dan Gallagher

When I was a kid I remember a time when my cousin asked me, “How many enemies do you have?” I know it’s a strange question but you have to know Tommy to understand it. He was a pretty high voltage kid and people tended to either really like him, or not. Tommy understood that […]

Ambassadors For Christ

by Dan Gallagher

For years I thought of being an Ambassador for Christ in terms of how much I knew and what I spoke. Certainly, it is true that an ambassador must have proficient knowledge, but we must also have a personal relationship and experience of the one we represent. From the time I was ten until my […]

When Less is Really More

by Dan Gallagher

Over the years I have come to believe that objects and personal belongings self-propagate. I am not sure how they do this but the evidence seems clear. For instance, whenever I clear out my garage or shop, usually with in days, and many times even with in hours, objects begin to once again appear. I […]

Acts 2:42–Fellowship

by Dan Gallagher

Intimate Joint Participation – Acts 2:42 “And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship…” The Greek word for fellowship in Acts 2:42 is koinōnia. Like many words, it has a range of meanings and uses, so it is important to pay attention to the context to determine which meaning it has in […]

A Family or a Meeting?

by Dan Gallagher

By Travis Williams Travis is a full-time STF Staff member with a great heart for the Family of God Why is it good to be in fellowship with other believers? A primary reason may be because we were originally designed to live in a perfect creation and to experience family-style relationship with each other, and […]

STF-USA & Our Biblical Unitarian Heritage-

by Dan Gallagher

Understanding the history of our distinct perspective on the Scriptures The members of STF – USA define themselves according to their doctrinal positions and practices as Biblical Unitarians. In essence, STF- USA is an association of independent Biblical Unitarian churches uniting on the basis of sharing a distinct perspective of the Scriptures, and holding a […]

Finding Others

by Dan Gallagher

Would you like to find others in your area who share a Biblical Unitarian perspective on the scriptures? The link below takes you to the  page on our website where we list churches and individuals who are making themselves available. And, if you want to be listed yourself, then merely fill out the church or […]

Confess your sins one to another

by Dan Gallagher

When we sin we often tend to withdraw from others. Just like Adam and Eve we become ashamed and want to hide. God tells us that part of the answer to our problem is to seek out others, people who we can trust because they are safe. These are godly people who we can bear […]

Follow Your Heart?

by Dan Gallagher

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Follow your heart.” That is actually not a biblical statement. God tells us the heart is more deceitful than anything else. Don’t let your heart go wherever it wants, because it will. Follow God and let Him lead your heart.