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About Time – December Update

January 18, 2013

Yes, January is rapidly coming to a close, and I haven’t even put up the December 2012 Update, let alone added anything else to the Forcing Change blog. Time… where does it go?

Here’s a few highlights for December 2012.

 

Professionally

– Finished the December 2012 edition of Forcing Change. If you’re not a reader of Forcing Change, you may not realize that the last issue of the year is forward looking. That is, I spend the time to draw up a Global Calendar of Events, highlighting some of the major internationalist/globalist conferences, meetings, forums, and other events scheduled for the New Year. Each calendar listing has the name of the event, the location and a brief write-up, thereby giving Forcing Change readers a “heads-up” for the coming months.

– Spent much of the month on a manuscript project, and I’m still working on it (which is why I haven’t had time to update my blog).

– Spoke at a small church in St. Laurent, Manitoba. I’ve been there a number of times over the past few years, and the people are really down-to-earth.

– Got a call from a radio talk show host on the last Friday of the year; “Could you come on the last show in 2012?” Sure! So I spent an hour or so on the Erskine Overnight program. Another cool fact is that Erskine Overnight had two Canadian’s on that day, Dr. Timothy Ball – a Canadian climatologist who blows the whistle on the “climate change” fiasco – and yours truly, speaking on the Global Calendar of Events. You can find both audio archives by following this link.

 

Personally

– Christmas was chock full of activities: Our home-school group met for an evening of singing and musical pieces. My son and daughter did a well-done skit on the problem of finding a creative contribution to this annual event; it was funny and ironic! And of course, many family gatherings – good food, lots of laughs, and a time to reflect and be thankful for the finished work of Jesus Christ.

– On a sad note: Two friends were fighting hard for life during the Christmas season, both relatively young (51 and 61 years old), and both fighting cancer. Allan Merko passed on December 31, and Allan Fehr walked into eternity the next day.

Gotta run! Back to the manuscript project!

 

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