Youth Commission West Virginia 501(C)(3) non-profit public charity. The vision of Youth Commission West Virginia (YCWV) is to reach the world for Christ through youth, with a mission to impact school campuses for Christ through students, faculty, staff, and community volunteers. We work toward those goals through student-led, Christian clubs that meet on middle and […]

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  Roby was about seven years old when his grandfather told him all about Jesus. Up to that point, his parents would read him bedtime stories including the children’s version of “Adam and Eve,” “Noah’s Ark,” “David and Goliath,” “Jacob’s Ladder,” “Baby Jesus,” and others. But this Sunday evening was different. Grandpa Bailey sat beside […]

Angela Errett

  Conclusion to Missouri Allegory from the Feb-Mar 2018 edition of Glory Magazine. There was a man in Missouri who had a fancy for mules. His name was Joshua Ell, and he was one fine man. He could read, he could write, he could do anything any man could do. Joshua also had a special […]

Bob Jacobus

When thinking of a vision, many have the idea that it must be some kind of trance experience. People often have personal visions and do not realize how common they are; it is one of God’s ways of participating in man’s everyday life. Three elements contribute to a reliable interpretation of a vision: identifying a […]

Bob Jacobus

Also see: A Bag…A Box…A Bow…and a Solo Revelation won’t come through old mindsets and traditions. It is our responsibility in the Body of Christ to be vessels that continuously increase in the knowledge God has hidden for us, by learning and growing through seeking His Kingdom. New, exciting, and awe-inspiring revelation knowledge is being […]

Angela Errett

The following fictional story is a modern day parable so the message may be clearly understood. Any semblance of factual companies is not intended.   God is doing a new thing! A-Tone Corporation, a manufacturer of digital products, is preparing for the worldwide release of its newest masterpiece–the Solo smartphone. The Solo is the company’s […]

Angela Errett

There was a man in Missouri who had a fancy for mules. His name was Joshua Ell, and he was one fine man. He could read, he Could write, he could do anything any man could do. Joshua also had a special gift, he could be sympathetic with any living thing. Now Joshua Ell was […]

Bob Jacobus

One could open this article with a dramatic statement such as, In this day and in this hour, it is so essential to know the voice of the Good Shepherd. However, every day and in every hour of our lives, we need to hear His voice clearly. Events in our everyday life introduce us to […]

Bob Jacobus

Personal journeys are hardly ever understood until years later and only after a significant amount of reflection occurs. And even then revelation may not come. This is a story about realizing how on a day-to-day basis each one of us could be unknowingly choosing to remain where it is comfortable, not living up to our […]

Angela Errett

    How gangs, drugs, prison, and cancer was no match for our mighty God when it came to Carlos Reyes. He went from walking dead to walking among the living.   Carlos was born on the island of Puerto Rico. His mother, newly separated, moved the family to New York City when he was […]

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