LCG Weekly Update 12022016

Greetings from Charlotte,
Mr. Stuart Wachowicz and the Canadian headquarters staff hosted a ministerial conference for about 40 ministers, wives, and other leaders from across Canada. Dr. Winnail and I participated in the conference and were encouraged by the dedication and warmth evident among those attending, and appreciate the leadership of Mr. Wachowicz, with the help of his very competent wife Marguerite. Regional Directors Mr. Lambert Greer and Mr. Rand Millich also contributed from their many years of experience in the field ministry, by means of a GOTO Meeting Internet connection. I’ve remained over a few days to record four Tomorrow’s World telecasts for the Canadian market and elsewhere, to give a sermon this Sabbath, and to take care of some unfinished personal business.

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LCG Weekly Update 11252016

Greetings from Charlotte,
This week certainly illustrates the contrasting conditions of human beings around the world. As many Americans sit down to turkey dinners to celebrate Thanksgiving, desperate fighting rages around the starving inhabitants of Mosul in Iraq and hundreds are still digging out from the devastation left by recent earthquakes in Italy and New Zealand. This world needs the strong hand of Jesus Christ to return and set up the Kingdom of God on this earth. Here in Charlotte, Dr. Meredith’s semi-annual letter is currently being mailed out to some 400,000 Tomorrow’s World subscribers. Please pray that it will have a powerful impact on all who read it.

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LCG Weekly Update 11112016

Greetings from Charlotte,
This has been a week as no other for the United States, with worldwide implications.  Those living elsewhere may not know what was at risk and are shocked that Americans elected Donald Trump to be the next President.  What was at stake was the appointment of Supreme Court Justices, a failed economy with a 20 trillion dollar debt, people opening their mail to find Obamacare bills doubling and tripling, the prospect of an open border policy that would cause America to cease to be a country, corruption on a frightening scale, the threat of a clamp-down on religious freedom, abortion in the 8th and 9th months, the promotion of lifestyles contrary to the Bible, and a media in bed with one party and the prospect of further loss of free speech.  While all this was looming over the country with a Clinton victory, Mr. Trump has his own problems. 

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LCG Weekly Update 11042016

Greetings from Charlotte,
We are getting back into our regular routines as our “travelers” return to the office from different parts of the country and the world. Reports from Feast sites are coming in very positive—strong sermons and warm fellowship among brethren who are very focused on doing God’s Work. One thing that was noticeable this year was the number of capable younger ministers with excellent serving attitudes who are filling major roles at the Feast. While we lost the Feast site in Hilton Head, South Carolina, due to a hurricane, another dangerous storm that was heading for our Feast site in Seaside, Oregon, broke up unexpectedly—baffling weather forecasters—for which we are very grateful.

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LCG Weekly Update 10072016

Greetings from Charlotte,
This has been a very active week. Many of our ministers in all parts of the world traveled to serve our members for the Feast of Trumpets: Mr. Richard Ames in Missouri, Dr. Douglas Winnail in Tennessee, Mr. Dexter Wakefield in New England, Mr. James Meredith in South Africa, and Carol and I were in Atlanta where we had six ordinations in the three congregations represented there. When we talk about the weather this week, it is not small talk. Hurricane Matthew devastated a number of islands in the Caribbean, including Haiti where the only bridge to our Festival site was knocked out.  Dr. Wilner Pierre is now busy scrambling to find a new site. As far as we know all our brethren are okay in the Caribbean, but it is almost a certainty that many have suffered property damage.

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LCG Weekly Update 09232016

Greetings from Charlotte,
Most of you have heard of the riots taking place in Charlotte this week. As far as we know, there are no members directly harmed by them, though a few have been instructed to stay home by the companies they work for. The Church Headquarters is far from the troubled area. This situation reminds us of the challenge we have as true followers of Christ to not get caught up in the emotions of worldly human affairs, especially as we know much worse is coming!

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