Vic Kubik has laid out some of the plans they want to implement to keep UCG relevant to the 21st century and to its members.
Now, my desire and plan is to build on what God built through Denny Luker and go forward with the mission to proclaim the coming Kingdom of God to the world and to care for those whom God has called. I will not be a caretaker president, but will immerse my life completely into this role. I will seek to understand God’s will and to effectively direct the affairs of the Church in this momentous time in the history of mankind.That will remain to be seen. Almost every COG leader ends up being a caretaker because of all the issues that happen. Doctrinal upheavals, church splinters, personality issues, etc. Kubik is going to be applying more band-aids than anything else
Peace and Unity. It is essential that we preserve the peace and unity currently within the Church and follow Christ’s lead in seizing the moment for developing the Church.
Things are not exactly unified in UCG. There are still issues of members thinking doctrine is being watered down. Large swaths of members do not like the idea that their fellow members and ministers eat out on Saturdays. And, many are still reeling from the COGWA split they broke up families, destroyed friendships and disrupted the life of the church.
Relationships with other groups. I would like to keep an open door to those of like faith in the greater Church that God is working with. We welcome constructive and relevant discussion and interaction.
All except for COGWA.
If he really is sincere about that then sell COGWA the Texas property. Will he reach out to Grace Communion, the people he stabbed in the back as he planned for months and months to separate from while still on their payroll? Will he and the church reach out to the WCG members he disfellowshipped while still apart of the WCG who did not agree with the changes?
You can read the entire letter here: May 17 Letter From Victor Kubik