This week the CoR and HCLH meets at "Freddy's Steak Burgers" at Lake Manawa in Council Bluffs to say our good-byes to Nitsan-Parach.
Discussion centered on the structure of Kingdom, His Church, the Family, corpus and trusts, specifically the Impress/Powerpoint presentation created by HCLH as a teaching tool for others. HCHS MoR Justice Garduno called and asked me to put all my napkin scribbles I gave to him during our recent meetings during the "Light Breeze Tour" in Sacramento into a format he can use for himself and others as a teaching tool. I tried to do my best and created an Open Office Impress/ Power Point slide show for Justice and others to use. I have sent the preliminary slide show to Justice and I am planning on presenting a final version at the Spring gathering in Missouri. I also hope to find a way to convert this file into a video file to be uploaded on the HCLH You Tube Page. Some discussion was also on Royal Rife machines and HCLH and the CoR working to build our own machines. Phyllis M. shared some flour she ground from wheatberries.
Tim Pomerenke will again be commissioned as the HCLH Ekklesiastic Notarii for a six month term. Jim served as the Church Notary for the past six months. Thank-you Jim for your service and thanks Tim for volunteering again.
Nitsan-Parach has been staying with Scott, Angela, Milan and Yasha in Glenwood, since Nitsan-Parach drove Scott back to Iowa from their "Light Breeze Tour" starting in Wellington, Colorado on December 29, 2011 traveling to His Church at Summer Lake in Oregon, to His Church at Holy Sacrament in Sacramento, California to Reno, Nevada to visit and meet HHC Living Network congregant, Yvonne to Salt Lake City, Utah to meet with HHC Living Network PCM Volunteer, Elijah Sun and his father, Mark, back to Wellington, Colorado and the families in the CoR for His Church at Long's Peak, onto Commerce City, Colorado to meet with Roberta and her mother, Barbara, before arriving back in Glenwood, Iowa on January 23, 2012.
While Nitsan-Parach has been staying in Glenwood he has been helping me with several projects for, CoR families, friends of Elders, friends of HCLH, Angela and myself and putting up with Yasha, our Belgian Malinois.
For those that are wanting to keep track of Nitsan-Parach's travels and to arrange a meeting with Nitsan as he travels through your area, please visit Nitsan-Parach PreparingU Wiki Page and Nitsan-Parach's Google Map.
Thank-you Nitsan-Parach for all your patience, time and generosity. You have been a real blessing and I am grateful for all that you have done and continue to do for me, my family, the CoR for HCLH and the HHC Living Network. Shalom and may YHWH bless you and keep you.
Today's HCLH Talk Shoe had Brent J (HCLH CoR Elder and PCM), Jim K. (HCLH CoR Elder), David-Ray (HHC Living Network PCM volunteer), Claude E. (HHC Living Network PCM Volunteer), Isabelle E. (HHC Living Network PCM), myself, Nitsan-Parach and a new Talk Shoe user: hhcinlaw236. The discussion covered a variety of topics. Claude talked about the soil, weeds and alternative health. Claude may participate in the Missouri gathering in April and we hope Claude will share more of his knowledge and wisdom with other Living Network families. Some of the discussion centered on Nitsan's upcoming travels and setting up some meetings with HHC folks along his route. It was brought up that we should record the HCLH call for others to listen to as their own schedule allows. Other discussions were on the April HHC Missouri gathering, how to sponsor an HHC PCM volunteer so they are an Assistant PCM.