Matthew Project Gathering in California

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On April 3, The Matthew Project and Urantia Foundation Trustees sponsored a gathering in Santa Monica, California. Sixty readers from the Los Angeles area and other locations ranging from Santa Barbara to San Diego spent an enjoyable afternoon sharing information, fellowship, and refreshments.

Dr. Ralph Zehr, Chairman of The Matthew Project, gave an inspiring talk on "Life's Greatest Opportunity." Trustees Gard Jameson and Richard Keeler, as well as Foundation staffer members, then led discussions on topics such as translations, publishing, and outreach. Many of those present said this was their first opportunity to meet other readers. That is always a joyous experience, especially in a format that enables new readers to bring their families with them.

After an informal dinner, thirty-five participants spent an evening in cordial fellowship with their new friends.

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