Justin Palm and Victor Kubik discuss Justin’s role as writer and proofreader at the Home Office. They reflect on the importance of tone in communicating the message of hope to the world to reach people’s minds in our time.
Active in the ministry of Jesus Christ for more than four decades, Victor Kubik is a long-time pastor and Christian writer who, together with his wife Beverly, has served in pastoral and administrative roles in churches and regions in the American Midwest, Europe, Asia and Africa. In addition to his broad speaking role, he regularly contributes to church publications and writes a blog for the Beyond Today and UCG web sites. He was named president of the United Church of God in 2013 by the Church’s 12-man Council of Elders.
Justin Palm serves at the United Church of God’s Home Office in Cincinnati, Ohio, as a writer, researcher and proofreader. Born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin, Justin began learning God’s way of life after high school while pursuing a music career.
Justin has worked as a writer and proofreader for Church of God publications for over a decade.
In his free time, Justin enjoys reading books, playing music and spending time with his wife and two young boys.