It was 1930! My Mom had finally reached that time of day when she could rest for a few minutes by herself and read the local newspaper. With several kids, ultimately fifteen, ten of which were boys, and a very energetic husband,...Read More
Category: Down Memory Lane
Down Memory LaneOur website would not be complete without a short trip down Memory Lane to visit some of the significant happenings of The Association of the Covenant People. This wasn’t always our name, in fact, we changed it three different times over the course of our 95 years of existence. Many of these happenings have been well documented, some with photos, some writings and some memorabilia. We will add something new of interest as often as possible.
I was discharged from duty in 1945, then 25 years old and all the world ahead of me. I had been a pilot in the RCAF but I was always disappointed that because of my specific training, I was assigned to the Canadian theatre of...Read More
We entered this float into the 1936 Pageant of Progress Parade, along with 200 other floats, to celebrate Vancouver’s Golden Jubilee. It created much favourable comment and encouraged many of our brethren to enquire into the...Read More
Charlie Batzold, as he liked to be called, was most certainly God’s man, almost a pattern for Psalms 37: 23, “the steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord and he delighteth in his way.” A beloved padre in World War I, a...Read More
Before the advent of the modern Israeli State, who took the name “Israel” as prophesied in Isaiah 44: 5, the message of the Israel Truth was being accepted far and wide. Groups were formed in many small communities across Israel...Read More
Our Association is over 100 years old and all during that time we have been spreading news of the Israel Truth and the Gospel of the Kingdom to our brethren around the world. We would not be able to do this if it wasn’t for the kindness of our readers because we are funded totally through donations and gifts.
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