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Update on Selection of New President

May 31, 2010

The first step in the process of selecting a new president was to ask the members of the General Conference of Elders for their recommendations. That step was completed on Monday, May 24 with 39 elders recommended for the responsibility of president.

We are in the middle of the next step in the process which is to receive a yes or no response from those recommended. The last date to receive those responses is Tuesday, June 1. Each nominee who responds in the affirmative will be sent a resume to complete. The nominees will have until Friday June 11 to return the completed resumes.

We will keep you updated as the process continues along.

Roy Holladay—Chairman, Council of Elders

May 31, 2010 - Posted by | Council of Elders, General Conference of Elders |

12 Comments »

  1. Very thank you Mr. President Roy Holladay.
    Mr. Mardonio LLANOS
    UCG-LIMA PERU

    Comment by Mardonio LLANOS | May 31, 2010 | Reply

  2. Thank You Mr. Holladay , We appreciate the information that the Church is giving to the Members ,it keeps the rumors from going around ,if we can be notified from the Home Office of what is going on , rather than hearing bits and pieces from other sources .We also appreciate the dedication and efforts that You have been giving to the Church. Sincerely,Helen Williams

    Comment by Helen Williams | May 31, 2010 | Reply

  3. Thank you very much for the update. You are all in our prayers – you must know that. May God choose, through you all, a most humble man who is close to Him and not ANY man. Love to you all……………

    Comment by Laura Peabody | May 31, 2010 | Reply

  4. Mr. Holladay,

    Would you please post the names of the nominees and how many nominations each one received? That will help us follow the process.

    Thanks.

    Comment by Chris Dove | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  5. Thank you Mr. Holladay for updating us. We will look forward to seeing who the candidates are along with their progress. I think it’s wonderful that the entire Church membership can watch the process as it unfolds.

    J.Buckwalter

    Comment by JoAnna Buckwalter | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  6. How exciting! Who are the 39 nominated men? It sure would be wonderful, edifying, and a sign of transparency from the Home Office to know who the men nominated by their peers are?

    Thanks,

    Aaron

    Comment by Aaron Greider | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  7. We the short list of those who have returned their resumes for consideration be made public to the membership or here on Realtime?

    Comment by Victor Goforth | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  8. Who are the elders who are in the area of nomination??? The Church should know.

    Comment by Jan | June 1, 2010 | Reply

  9. Thank you for keeping us in the loop about this Mr. Holladay. You are all in my prayers that God will guide your decisions in all that you do. And that the selection for new president will be a God ordained one.

    Thanks again.
    Peggy

    Comment by Peggy Bromfield Wentz | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  10. Thank you for the update on the nomination process for a new UCG president. I am doing my part by praying for wisdom on the part of those who will be considering the various gentlemen nominated.

    I also beg to differ with some of the comments above requesting to know the nominees’ names.

    First, it is important that the office of president not become a popularity contest. There may be a wonderful candidate for president processing the proper attitude and skill set who is a non-salaried elder known only to his immediate circle. I am much more concerned that the individual have the managerial skill set necessary to do the job and a humble attitude than that his last name is _____ (you fill in the blank).

    Second, it has been stated that 39 individuals were nominated. There will be several, if not many, who even though qualified choose not to be part of the process because of family or job considerations. Just because they have been nominated by others doesn’t mean that they do not have a right to privacy if they choose not to participate.

    May God bless you in this process.

    Deborah

    Comment by Deborah Barr | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  11. Thank you for your well written comment Deborah. I agree!

    Comment by Kathy Trone | June 2, 2010 | Reply

  12. gracias por toda la información, pero que va a pasar o que esta pasando en latinoamerica, no sabemos nada, con todo amor

    Comment by alanis | June 20, 2010 | Reply


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