Les Feldick Newsletters
Dear Friends – ‘Thank you’ does not adequately express our feelings of gratitude for the love, support, prayers, and encouragement we have received since Les and Iris have passed into the eternal presence of our Lord and Savior. Many of you have fervidly shared with us the positive impact TTB has made on your lives. As Les always emphasized, all Glory and praise belongs to none but God.
Dear Friends – Thank you so much for your prayers, phone calls, cards and all the love that has been shown to our family. Although his absence is felt every day, knowing that he is with the Lord and all that he is experiencing helps ease the pain. Les always believed in God’s timing and His plan, and his passing was a beautiful display of both…
On Wednesday, April 5th at approximately 8:30 p.m., surrounded by his loving wife Iris and family, Les Feldick passed from this world into eternal Glory. Les was a true workman that needed not be ashamed because he devoted his life to serving the Lord Jesus through teaching God’s Word rightly divided as stated in II Timothy 2:15. He was able to remain at the place he loved most on Earth, his cattle ranch in Lona Valley, until the very end.
Happy New Year to all our faithful listeners & friends! We pray that this year is filled with many blessings and comfort for those who have suffered a loss. We ask that you keep our family, as well as the office staff, in your prayers in the upcoming months.
“Dear Friends, once again, greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. How we thank God every day for every one of you. We rejoice with you who are being blessed — whether a wedding, the birth of a child, or success in some endeavor. Likewise, we are heavy hearted with those of you who have lost a loved one or are going through health or financial problems. It is our joy and privilege to take you all into the throne room!”
Paper is still difficult to come by and we are trying to conserve as much as possible so we can continue to print our books. Over 95 thousand people subscribe to the newsletter and the majority naturally wants to know about Les and Iris. Les turned 95 on June 6th and he and Iris celebrated their 69th Wedding Anniversary on the 21st. As with most people their age, Les and Iris live with some pain and limited mobility. Yet, they feel extremely blessed and are so very thankful for your prayers.
We realize many of you anxiously await the newsletter primarily to be updated on the health and wellbeing of Les and Iris. At this time, Les and Iris are still living at home with help and are still able to read mail sent directly to them, although they can’t possibly answer all the letters they receive. They are no longer able to welcome visitors, and his hearing prevents Les from taking phone calls, but they appreciate your prayers and encouragement more than ever. Les doesn’t keep up with current events as he did in the past, so there are no comments on the current political climate, but it is interesting to see how much of what Les mentioned on those early programs has since come to fruition.
As always we are going to start with a big thank you! The prayers, cards and notes of encouragement are always appreciated. Les & Iris are happy to be home and together, which is exactly where they want to be! Not much has changed in the past couple months. Les makes an effort to drink more water and get plenty of rest. Iris monitors her blood sugar closely and tries to move around as much as possible. The good Lord does the rest! Please continue to pray for us in 2022 and know that we are praying for you! We are all so grateful for all He is doing and will continue to do for the family and the ministry in this New Year! God Bless!
Thank you for your continued prayers, concern and support for the ministry, as well as the Feldick family. We take numerous calls every day asking how Les & Iris are doing, so we thought we would give you a more in-depth update.
Over the past couple of months, both Les & Iris have spent time in the hospital. Iris has been having trouble with severe hip pain. As a diabetic, any type of pain can make it much harder to control your blood sugar levels, which can lead to other problems. She is working with her doctors on a treatment plan that will be right for her. She is still doing things around the house and answering mail as she’s always done, just at a slower pace….
Les celebrated his 94th birthday on June 6th, 2021.
Les & Iris celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on June 21st. They would like to thank everyone who sent a card, letter, gift or well wishes. You’re continued prayers for Les, Iris and the entire family would be greatly appreciated!
A memory shared from Iris:
Although I had heard many tales from the “old folks” about mountain lions, in my growing up and our 46 years of ranching here in rural Eastern Oklahoma, I have only seen one. Many who have lived here their whole lives have never had that experience. Let me tell you about my face-to-face encounter…
My German shepherd, Neva, got very excited whenever I would get out my fishing rod because she loved to accompany me to the back 40. Partly because she enjoyed eating blackberries and would always beat me to the most ripe and juicy ones on the bush. On this particular trip, I had just come around a heavily wooded area and looked up to see on the pond bank, within ten yards, a large mountain lion intently watching some deer grazing beyond the west end of the pond…