Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Those Left Behind alive and Remain

The Overcomer Ministry.org
A few years ago the Overcomer had and witnessed the begining of a great falling away. John 6 - 66.
And he said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father. From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him. Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye also go away? (John 6:65-67)
What out rage it was for many. They lived with this man and he did this and he did that and we left.
Why brother Stair did so many leave. What did you do. And no matter how you tell that many left Jesus and that leaving is not of the Lord and you need to look at the ones that remained for the testimony of truth then you will not be moved away and leave.
From that time many of his disciples went back,  But the elect the remnant said we will not leave as there is no other place to go and all who has left shall truly have to admit.
Those that remain and alive will testify to the truth.
No man ever spake as this manner.  Hear the living testimony.
Brother Stair

December 14. 2012
To Whom It May Concern,
I have known R.G. Stair since 1993, for almost 20 years.  He has been my minister, counselor, church board associate, and friend.
I was born in Boston, Massachusetts, graduated from Boston College, and spent 20 years in commercial real estate sales, management, and investment before moving to South Carolina with my wife and family.
I have personally witnessed R.G. Stair lead and faithfully minister to his church congregation for as long as I have known him.  He has always been accessible as a minister. He has been honest and open-hearted to myself, my family, and our church congregation.
I have seen him maintain the constant testimony of helping those who are in need over and over and over again.  Helping others is a “built-in” passion to him.  He has also remarkably been steadfast to his ministerial calling in the face of extremely personal and difficult trials.
As a current member of the board of Faith Cathedral Fellowship, I have had much close contact with R.G. Stair.  I have worked with him side by side on countless church related issues and financial concerns.  I have witnessed first hand, on almost a daily basis, his intensity, forth-rightness, and fairness in the operations of the church.
I can say without hesitation that ever since I have known R.G. Stair his word has been his bond. I count on him to do what is right, to tell the truth in a straight-forward manner, and to be close by as a friend when the need arises.
Thank you for your time,

Douglas Adamian

Dear Sir/Madam,
My name is Un Han Kim, and I am writing in reference to Brother R. G. Stair.  Currently, I work as a Site Manager for Novartis Clinical Operations, Inc.  I have a very good knowledge of ICH-GCP, FDA, and local regulatory requirements for clinical studies since I work with many respectable doctors in North Carolina and South Carolina.  My main duties, including but not limited to, are to ensure the integrity of clinical data and adherence to applicable regulatory, protocol, and company guidelines while establishing and maintaining good rapport with study sites.  In addition, I communicate site study issues, concerns, and progress to Clinical Research Manager, Project Manager, and Clinical Team lead accordingly.  I also follow up on drug safety issues and safety reports in timely manner, if applicable.  Finally,  I have a responsibility of maintaining study information concerning subject status of financial reimbursement to sites. 
I first heard of Brother Stair through his radio ministry in early 2000, but I have known Brother Stair personally for a couple of years.  In recent times, I have been attending and supporting his ministry in almost a daily basis.  In that time, I have seen him go through ups and downs and am all the while fully persuaded that Brother Stair is a honorable person at the core.  I realize that it might seem hard to believe, given the circumstances, but I would like to vouch for his character both as a person and a minister.  Brother Stair just needs more to believe in him so that he can become the person I know he can be.
Brother Stair has blessed me and my family with his remarkable faith and enthusiasm in his Christian walk.  He sets a fine example in the surrounding areas of our Savior’s love for His children and is extremely familiar with Scriptures, which he has used very effectively for over 50 years.  I do know for fact that Brother Stair has inspired many and won Hearts of the Lord with his faith, compassion, and service.  I have watched Brother Stair dealing with different individuals coming through his way, and I know the man has nothing but love for these people.  Things that I have seen and heard first hand in the short time that I have known him will not be able to fit in a book.  I have seen him providing for a lady that attended a service that did not have enough gas to get back home.  Brother Stair also provided car transportations and financial supports for those in need without any hesitations.  The things that stand out to me, when I think of his character, are leadership, love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, meekness, temperance, kindness, and practicality.  My family and I were looking to move to South Carolina, and Brother Stair helped us find a place, and he helped my family and I to get out of the debt entirely in a short time with his righteous judgments from his past experiences.  Lastly, and most importantly, Brother Stair has been teaching me how to live a righteous life, and I can boldly say that now I am living a life that is worth living for.  Thus, I would do anything for him.  I not only consider him as a minister, but I consider him as my brother and my friend.
Just like everyone of us, Brother Stair has made mistakes in the past, and he is incredibly remorseful and is willing to do whatever it takes to make reparations if possible.  Nonetheless, to do that, Brother Stair needs you to give him an opportunity to get a second chance.  I just hope that you will recognize the power you wield with regard to the future of this man, and I petition that you will make a fair and just decision concerning Brother Stair.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
 Sincerely,   Un Han Kim, MBA-HCA