“A Mighty Oak Has Fallen” Long time devoted Urantia Book student and servant David Linthicum graduated from Urantia in the early morning hours June 1, 2022. He was informed of cancer earlier … read more of Graduation of David Linthicum.
The Prison Inquiry Response Team (PIRT) is very near and dear to me. Before it had the official title and an official Director (David), responding to prisoners was one of … read more of Fearless Leader of PIRT — Ode to a Friend.
(Editor’s note: David asked Rick to make his eulogy a testament to the teachings of The Urantia Book. He wanted those gathered to hear what his religious life was about.) … read more of Eulogy for David Linthicum.
(Editor’s note: This article was first published in the 2021 June Tidings. We are re-posting it here in memory of the late David Linthicum.) During a recent Urantia Association conference, … read more of Two Sides of the Same Coin.
The Paradise Father values all his children. No matter what our station in life, he forgives our sins even before we think to ask for such forgiveness. Divine mercy is … read more of Incarcerated and Valued.
David Linthicum, our current Dissemination Committee Chairman, will finish his term as chairman on March 31, 2019. David’s successor is Willem Jeths who was raised in the Netherlands and holds … read more of Dissemination Committee Update.
PIRT, the “Prisoner Inquiry Response Team” ended the year 2018 on an extra positive note and we would like to share our news with fellow readers. PIRT was formed by … read more of Happy Birthday PIRT! .
I would like to let you know what has been happening with the Prisoner Inquiry Response Team (PIRT) in Canada over the last couple of years. Thanks to the support … read more of Canada Prison Program.
It all started just a year ago. The school in which I teach English and stress management was approached by a prison in the region with the aim of expanding … read more of Ministry in Belgium Prisons.
The Finnish Urantia Association donated Urantia Books and Audio Books to Finnish prisons. There are 26 prisons in Finland and each of them received one book in Finnish and four … read more of Finnish Prison Program.