United Church of God president, Victor Kubik, gives the closing message of the inaugural Sabbath at the newly purchased Indianapolis meeting hall, commending the Indianapolis congregation for their generosity in helping other congregations acquire buildings and now acquiring their own building. He compares the building of “Solomon’s” Temple to the building of God’s spiritual temple—the Church. After reviewing the blessings at the dedication of the “Solomon’s” Temple, both Victor Kubik and Darris McNeely ask God’s blessing on the new building, the congregation and all of their endeavors.
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.