ONE OF the most disturbing aspects of the US government’s loss of control over our southern border is in the news this week: According to The New York Times, some 85,000 unaccompanied minors have disappeared after being delivered by the government to sponsors—many of whom, according to a whistleblower, are members of criminal organizations that traffic children.
Also: Second-largest bank failure in US history this week shows that the bank crisis is not over; Russia accuses US of trying to assassinate Putin; coronation of King Charles III (sorry, we do not think he’s the Antichrist—he’s too old); head of Wagner Group demands more ammunition or he’s pulling his mercenaries back from battle for key city in southern Ukraine; strange suicides of Google engineers as worries over threat of AI increase—but don’t worry, Kamala Harris is in charge of US government response to growing power of artificial intelligence.
Our Build Barn Better project is making progress! Our 1,200 square foot pole barn now has HVAC, along with a new epoxy floor, 100-amp electric service, new windows, insulation, lights, and ceiling fans! Next, we’ll hang wall paneling and then move our studios and book/DVD warehouse and shipping office out of our home. If you are so led, you can help out by clicking here.
Video on demand of our best teachings! Stream presentations and teachings based on our research at our new video on demand site!
Check out our online store! www.GilbertHouse.org/store is a virtual book table with books and DVDs related to our weekly Bible study. Take advantage of our monthly specials!
NEW DATES FOR OUR 2024 TOUR OF ISRAEL! Due to the Israel-Hamas War, we are rescheduling our tour from March 31–April 9, 2024 to early November, 2024. Specific dates will be confirmed shortly. Special guest Timothy Alberino will join us, and we encourage you to plan for next fall. This is a tour like no other! We’ll visit Shiloh, Joshua’s altar, Gilgal Refaim, and more. For information and to reserve your place, log on to www.gilberthouse.org/travel.
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