In September of this year, the editors at Lighthouse Trails sent out a special notice to our readers announcing our decision to relocate back to Oregon after being in Montana for nearly twelve years. You can read that notice by clicking here: https://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?p=34094. Today’s notice is an update.
Lighthouse Trails has now relocated to Oregon. We first landed in southern Oregon in early September and were there for two and a half months in a temporary location until we found a more permanent place. We have now done that. Our new mailing address is P.O. Box 307, Roseburg, OR 97470. Our new office phone number is 541-391-7699, and the fax number is 541-391-7697. Our toll-free number remains the same one we’ve always had – 866-876-3910.
Needless to say, moving a ministry and a publishing business was a huge undertaking. However, the Lord provided the help we needed and kept everyone safe and unharmed as thousands of pounds of books, booklets, DVDs, shelving, office equipment, and printers were loaded into trucks, driven several hundred miles, then unloaded (twice) and re-assembled.
After we sent out our special notice in September, many of our readers sent cards and e-mails to Lighthouse Trails editor, Deborah Dombrowski, saying that they would be praying for her. We are happy to report that in mid-November – three months after completing a three-month course of cancer treatment for stage 3 colon cancer – CAT scans and blood tests show no sign of any cancer activity, and Deborah was told to return in six months to continue bi-annual checking for the next few years. We want to thank all those who prayed for her these last few months. Her strength and fortitude remained intact, and we know this was the Lord answering prayers. We thank Him so much for His mercy and kindness during a very challenging time.
As we move forward with Lighthouse Trails, we are filled with anticipation and hope to see what the Lord has planned in the future for this ministry. While the world grows darker and more troubled, He continues to be a light and a solid Rock in whom we can trust. It is our prayer that He can use Lighthouse Trails to help equip the saints and to point those who do not know Him to the Gospel and the Truth.
Sincerely, and in His grace,
The Editors at Lighthouse Trails
P.S. – Special Note to Research Journal Subscribers: With all things considered, we had very few glitches during the moves; but one thing that did happen had to do with our large leased Xerox printer that prints our booklets and our quarterly journals. Long story short, the freight company hired by Xerox to move the 700-pound printer lost a very important piece, and that part was never delivered to us. With the help of an Oregon Xerox technician, we were able to use the printer to some degree without the part, but not very efficiently. Xerox has now sent us a replacement part these many weeks later, and it will be arriving next Monday (11/29). However, because of this situation, we were not able to print the Winter 2021 issue of the journal on time (by 11/7). It’s ready to print, and once the piece arrives next week, we will print the journal with the hope it will be mailed out by the end of the week. We apologize for this delay to those readers who subscribe to the journal.
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