Fred Kellers is leaving for New Zealand this week of November 6, 2017 to help Dan Porteous who is recovering from an illness.
On October 21, 2017, I spent the day with Ben Light going to church in Eugene and Salem, Oregon. On the way down, we stopped by a church Herbert W. Armstrong preached in long ago on the corner of 17th and Chemeketa. Reference to this is made on page 507 of the Autobiography, Volume 1.
Betty Randle from Eden Prairie, MN, who our family has known for 50 years just sent me this poem. She wrote it for the arts and crafts exhibit at the Wisconsin Dells Festival site next week. She says she writes poems like this most every year and I wanted to share it with you.
Bev and I are very happy for our niece Heather Kubik and Coleman Gidcumb who were married on September 22, 2017 in High Country Orchard in Colbert (Spokane area), Washington. Seeing Heather marry into such a fine family was very joyful for us to experience. Both hold upright values and their marriage will be a success.
In this update from the president, Victor Kubik gives reports about HARVEY from people on the ground and what we are doing about it.
At the August 23, 2017 Council of Elders meetings a “review” was done of the long-standing work of LifeNets (1999) and Good Works (2003). This presentation well explains it. More at http://lifenets.org/ucg
In this update from the president, Victor Kubik talks about some of the recent Council of Elder meeting highlights, including a vigorous discussion about Good Works and LifeNets.