Update on Doug Nidever

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On March 23, SRCFC current President, Calvin Landrus (l) was able to have a great time of sharing with past President, Doug Nidever (r), in his home in June Lake, CA.  Calvin reports that he is recovering well.  Doug continues to need improvement in his memory and reading skills.  Time will help with this as well as your prayers.

Please continue to prayer for Doug.

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As previously shared, on January 27th, a former President of SRCFC, Doug Nidever, was found on the floor of his home after having a heart attack and a stroke.  He was air-lifted to Renown Medical Center in Reno that night and doctors found extensive clotting in his body.  He has progressed well and has been able to return home but he is still facing a very long road to recovery.  Doug was a founding board member and the successor to Dan Freeman.  He filled the leadership vacuum in the aftermath of Dan's death (bicycle accident in Yosemite Valley in November of 1989) and implemented Dan's ideas into completed projects (e.g. initial t-shirts, the first magazine ads, second national conference).  Under Doug's watch Solid Rock became a full-fledged ministry with a national presence.  Please pray for full health and means to meet his medical bills.  


If you would like to donate towards his medical bills and recovery expense, you can use any of the three ways to donate at http://www.srcfc.org/About-Us/Order,-Pay-andor-Donate/ (you will receive a tax deductible receipt); please include a note or in the note/comments section that the gift is for benevolence fund – Doug Nidever.  So far, as of March 31, nearly $2000 has been given.  On behalf of the Nidever Family, thanks for your support!

Date Posted - 04.02.11

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