Margit and I were saved when we
were in our late 20's. That was in the summer of 1971.
We first attended a Southern Baptist church for less than a year, which
was well for us for that nine month season. From the onset we were looking for all that
was possible from the Lord, and it was not long before we received the baptism
of the Holy Spirit due to attending a Sonship/Kingdom, home
fellowship. We thought nothing could be added to such a wonderful experience;
but to our pleasant surprise, there was more, much more! It was not long before
the revelation of Sonship came, and then we began to see God's ultimate plan and
infinite grace to humanity.
For three or so years we attended that
fellowship where a dear brother by the
name of Herbert L. Rogers taught us much. (He died in 1986 at age of 93). He
introduced us to George Hawtin and Ray and Doris Prinzing's studies which added
much to our understanding. During those early days, we met and
became close friends to J. Preston and Lorain Eby who have been very rich
blessings in our lives. We are not with them as often as we would like, but do
visit and fellowship periodically.
There are more whose hearts are one with ours, but there are too many to mention
by name. Nevertheless, we stand together in this great hour of the closing of an
old age and the beginning of the new, as God prepares the unveiling of His Sons
Margit was born and raised in Germany, where we met and married while
stationed at Monteith Barracks just outside of
Nuernberg/Fürth during my three-year commitment to the army. We have three grown
children (two sons and a daughter) who gave us ten grandchildren and have lost
one: Christopher Michael Restaino, who died March
19, 2005 when he was 19 years
I was born in Alamogordo,
New Mexico and raised on a
farm. But after my discharge from the army I became a barber/hairstylist, which
lasted until 1987 when we went into the ministry full-time.
Our primary service to the Lord consists of writing The Pathfinder Bible studies
(since 1982). These publications are sent out on a free will offering basis. We
would be remiss to market the priceless Word of God. To do so would serve only to cheapen it.
Although the offerings that come our way are greatly appreciated, it is not necessary to give in order to receive
our studies and remain on our mailing list. Whether one gives or not is left in the hands of the Lord and in the hearts of our readers. This way
we do not merchandise the word or become Kingdom beggars. The work we do here is
the Lord's business, and what our readers give is also the Lord's business. Therefore, giving is between
our subscribers and their Business-Head, and not us. This relieves us from
Margit and I do not pastor a church. The congregation we are in fellowship with is scattered
world, and our contact with them is generally through The Pathfinder and their
letters of response. We no longer travel in ministry to various churches, fellowships,
home groups, and individuals. We are closely associated with
a local fellowship in the home of Bert & Hilda Hernandez in El Paso, Texas. They are true
jewels in the Kingdom of God. We also meet weekly here in Alamogordo in the home
of our dear friends of many years, Mac and Wanda McCaslin.
We trust that The Pathfinder serves to be a portion of that which
will encourage, enrich, and enliven all who venture through the
unfolding corridors of God's priceless mysteries. That which we write
speaks of God's finished works from the foundation of the world,
His unfailing love (signed in blood), and the power of Jesus'
resurrection. We pray that our articles shed light upon that which
has been known as the Last Day, Tabernacles, the Kingdom of God,
the Manifestation of the Sons of God, the Salvation of All, and more.
This material is for all, especially for those whose vision
goes beyond the broad teachings of stale religion, religion which can
lead to spiritual stagnation and death. Therefore, read, be challenged,
and above all, be blessed as the SON shines warmly upon your hearts
while in the library of The Pathfinder!
Be blessed today and always in the joy of
Elwin & Margit Roach
Elwin's salvation testimony