LCG Weekly Update 06/21/2018

Greetings from Charlotte, We now have over 600 people signed up to take the first online Living Education course beginning in August, as stated in the announcement below. Please be sure to read the announcement, as important points are given. As with anything new, there will be a learning curve on how to navigate the Living Education website, but we have made every effort to make it simple and easy to negotiate. Our first North American youth camp begins this week in North Carolina, for pre-teens. I’ll be making an overnight visit to the camp to record material for this year’s Festival “Behind the…

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LCG Weekly Update 06/08/2018

Greetings from Charlotte, Plans and preparations are proceeding for the 2018 Summer Camps and the Feast of Tabernacles that will be held later this year. Please note the announcement about Feast sites that are now closed to transfers and those that are still open to transfers. Mr. Weston is visiting the office in Toronto to tape several new Tomorrow’s World programs. Mr. Rod McNair held an Internet conference on Monday for U.S. Festival Site Coordinators to go over numerous technical details. A Tomorrow’s World Presentation will be held this coming weekend in St. Louis, and follow-up presentations will be held…

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LCG Weekly Update 5/25/2018

Greetings from Charlotte, Reports have been very positive from those returning to Charlotte following Pentecost. A number of us traveled to various locations to encourage our members and help with speaking assignments, as many of our ministers have more congregations than they can serve on these Holy Days, even when combining services. I visited Omaha, Nebraska where we had 62 in attendance. This was my first time there since I was transferred to Canada in 2001, and it was encouraging to see the growth. Some of those in attendance had come from the newly forming Lincoln, Nebraska congregation. Kansas City,…

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LCG Weekly Update 05/18/2018

Greetings from Charlotte, Living University commencement exercises were held on Monday for the last time, with the University closing after eleven years. A carved crystal award was presented to Dr. Michael Germano, who gave so much to establish L.U., including moving to Charlotte from his comfortable surroundings in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. A number of relatives and friends were in town to celebrate the accomplishments of about 30 students who received degrees and/or certificates. Another dozen graduates were unable to attend, but their achievements were recognized.

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LCG Weekly Update 05/11/2018

Greetings from Charlotte, The Council of Elders met for three days this past week and discussed a number of topics relating to how we can do the Work more effectively and be consistent in administering various doctrines in different cultures around the world. Mr. Jonathan McNair was given a good amount of time to update the Council on the new Living Education program. Regional Director for Canada and China, Mr. Stuart Wachowicz, was ordained an evangelist.

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LCG Weekly Update 05/04/2014

Greetings from Charlotte, This past weekend, we conducted three Tomorrow’s World Presentations and two follow-up presentations. Mr. Richard Ames was in Norfolk, Virginia, where 49 guests and 39 members were present. Mr. Adam West spoke to nine guests and 15 members in Pontefract, U.K., and Mr. Paul Kearns spoke to 29 guests and 22 members in Hamilton, New Zealand. We will be starting two new congregations in the next few weeks: Concord, North Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina.

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