Armstrong Auditorium is home to the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation concert series, and currently houses the “Seals of Jeremiah’s Captors Discovered” archaeological exhibit.(Trumpet)
Armstrong Auditorium is home to the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation concert series, and currently houses the “Seals of Jeremiah’s Captors Discovered” archaeological exhibit.
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Why Gerald Flurry Founded Armstrong International Cultural Foundation

March 5, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Reviving the humanitarian organization established by Herbert W. Armstrong promoting world peace.
 

In 1968, King Leopold of Belgium requested to meet Herbert Armstrong. That meeting began a history of Mr. Armstrong building bridges of friendship with world leaders and supporting cooperative projects with the aim of “helping people help themselves.” One of the first such projects was an archaeological excavation at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount in association with the Hebrew University and Israel Exploration Society.

Additionally, around this time mobile schools were established to educate Thailand’s mountain people, and worldwide expeditions were conducted by the King Leopold iii Foundation. These initiatives led to the establishment of a new and necessary dimension of the worldwide work Herbert Armstrong led.

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