Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2012
On November 10, 2012, Bishop Franklin Harris of the Laurel Street Missionary Baptist Church of Watts, California, presented the King James Study Bible 400th Year Anniversary edition as a symbol of appreciation and gratitude to Mr. L. Ron Hubbard and for his works on The Way To Happiness, a common sense guide for better living, which Bishop Harris has used to improve his own community and congregation.
The Inglewood representative of Mr. Hubbard received the award at a special event in the Church of Scientology Community Center Inglewood. Bishop Harris placed his personal seal on the special edition Bible and requested that it be placed in the Inglewood Office of L. Ron Hubbard, which is kept as symbol of respect in memory of the Founder of Scientology.
No more fitting statements typifies the life of L. Ron Hubbard that his sample declaration: “I Like to help others and count it as my greatest pleasure in life to see a person free himself from the shadows which darken his days.” Behind those pivotal words stands a lifetime of service to mankind and a legacy of wisdom that enables anyone to attain long-cherished dreams of happiness and spiritual freedom.
Mr. Hubbard’s works on Scientology and Dianetics total 40 million words of recorded lectures, book and writings. Together, these constitute the legacy of a lifetime that ended on January 24, 1986. Yet the passing of L. Ron Hubbard in no way constituted and end; for with more than a hundred million copies of books in circulation and millions of people applying his technologies for betterment daily, and the extend of his impact on people’s lives continues to at least triple every decade – all towards the fulfillment of his dream for a civilization “without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can proper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights.”
To find out more about Mr. Hubbard, please visit the L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition, located at 6331 Hollywood Blvd. or call Lisa Alexander at (323) 960-3511.