Welcome to the Nov. 27, 2006 Newsletter
From the President, Matt Slick
I will try and keep this newsletter short and to the point. A lot has been happening and there are more difficulties facing this Ministry of late. Therefore, I'm going to write very quickly and to the point. Please excuse my brevity and seriousness.
I missed last week's newsletter because I was so very busy working on CARM, answering e-mails, you know, the usual stuff. I've also been doing a great deal of research on Roman Catholicism and have discovered a a lot more about its history, its positions, and its errors. I've released some new articles on CARM and plan to release several more in the next couple/three weeks.
Thanks for praying for my Father
For those of you who prayed for my father, I want to thank you. It looks like your prayers paid off. I spoke with him and he's doing rather well. At 80 years old he is surprisingly agile and alert. However, because of the latest episode that he had in the hospital (we thought it was a stroke but it wasn't) he's no longer able to drive per doctor's orders. He's handling this setback well. Nevertheless, I will need to go out to St. Louis, MO, in a couple of months to see how he's doing. Maybe I can meet some of you who live out there at the same time.