Webber laments over the Connecticut shootings, noting that children are a blessing and yet these will never get past verse 2 of Ecclesiastes 3 (a time to die). He then exhorts us all to change today: "...it's what we do with what we have, today..." Webber paints a vision of the coming Kingdom of God and how, eventually, all tears will be wiped away! "Spiritual life has been granted each of us now, to train now in sacred service to become a kingdom of priests forever, to assist Jesus Christ in the wonderful world tomorrow." "We preach a gospel of salvation, of hope to the hopeless, life beyond the grave."
Robin Webber was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1951, but has lived most of his life in California. He has been a part of the Church of God community since 1963. He attended Ambassador College in Pasadena from 1969-1973. He majored in theology and history.
Mr. Webber’s interest remains in the study of history, socio-economics and literature. Over the years, he has offered his services to museums as a docent to share his enthusiasm and passions regarding these areas of expertise.