I’d like to make a few comments in response those who would mock former members of the Worldwide Church of God. Get over it, they say. “Nobody held a gun to your head.” Continue reading “Nobody Held A Gun To Your Head”
Herbert was a proud, cocky man, as he himself admitted, who was determined to make a financial success of his life. His background was in advertising. He lost almost everything in the great Depression. He had learned through many of his professional contacts something he later called “the Seven Laws of Success.” This gave him the tenacity to build his own Radio Church of God against all odds.
Or a pickpocket…. Continue reading “Is your Pastor a Thief?”
December 31, 1947 Box 111, Pasadena, California
Dear Co-worker for God:
I have just returned to Pasadena from a five-day’s trip back to Eugene, Oregon, and my heart has sunk as near the depths of despair as is possible for one of FAITH, at what I have found on returning.
It seems that due to the biggest Christmas-shopping spree in history, most of our co-workers and listeners have FORGOTTEN both gifts and obligations to CHRIST! And the financial condition of God’s precious work has taken a nose-dive straight down toward a CRASH that will mean the END OF IT in five days’ time unless by faith in God and enough of our faithful co-workers coming to the rescue immediately, the crash can be averted and the most important work on this earth SAVED.
September 3, 1947 Member Letter
From AR 21, September 30, 1982